CAAM-funded films win Awards at LA Asian Pacific Film Festival

Frank Wong created miniature memories of San Francisco's Chinatown from his youth. Still from "Forever, Chinatown."
Frank Wong created miniature memories of San Francisco's Chinatown from his youth. Still from "Forever, Chinatown."

The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, organized by Visual Communication, just announced their 2017 festival winners. Among them are two CAAM-funded documentaries. Congratulations to all the winners!

Lucky for you, you can watch these two award-winning films on PBS and World Channel (check local listings) — or watch them online now for a limited time.

Best Cinematography (Shorts Documentary Awards)
James Q. Chan, FOREVER CHINATOWN

Forever, Chinatown now streaming on PBS through June 7, 2017

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Best Editing (North American Documentary Feature Awards)
Tadashi Nakamura and Eurie Chung, MELE MURALS

Mele Murals now streaming on PBS through May 31, 2017

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See a list of all the winners here! 

Check out what’s currently playing on PBS this month!