“The steps that artists are taking, it shifts the imagination of what can be. That makes a new politics possible.”
The original reel was bought at an estate sale, which then passed hands through several hands before landing at CAAM. It features a Chinese family’s birthday party for a family elder (1940s or 1950s).
“For the Asian American community, seeing John Cho in a role on TV or in a movie has always been a triumph.”
Kim Sunée (“A Mouthful of Stars”) shares her recipe for fresh kimchi.
Help CAAM make our 35th year stronger than ever by donating $35 or more securely online at www.CAAMedia.org/Amplify by December 31, 2014.
“I think, as adoptees, we do learn early on to figure out, how do I make this person happy, rather than, how do I make myself happy. And often, perhaps, the reason for that is: if I make this person happy, this person will keep me.”
The celebrity chef dishes on Asian-influenced cooking, umami, and his favorite fish sauce.
Join World Channel and CAAM for a live online screening Monday, November 10th at 7pm ET/4pm PT.
National Film Society co-founders and co-directors of AWESOME ASIAN BAD GUYS Patrick Epino and Stephen Dypiangco explain why CAAM is awesome. Watch the video on CAAM’s crowdfunding page: www.CAAMedia.org/Amplify
CAAM is now hiring for CAAMFest 2015 for Marketing Manager, Operations Manager and Public Relations Coordinator.