This ferociously funny, utterly unreliable memoir chronicles David Henry Hwang’s struggle to define racial identity in the mixed-up melting pot of contemporary America.
Marking this double occasion, The Center for Asian American Media and the Japantown Merchants Association will host a free outdoor screening of the wacky, fun film, Kamikaze Girls, on Friday, August 14, at 8:15 pm.
Calling all Lolitas and Yankis! Rock your best Lolita or Yanki threads to the outdoor screening of KAMIKAZE GIRLS on Friday, August 14th for the KAMIKAZE GIRLS FASHION SHOW! Best Lolita and Yanki fashion wins a surPrize, compliments of CAAM, Japantown Merchants Association and VIZ Pictures!
MATCHA, the Asian Art Museum’s exhilarating evening mixer, returns on Thursday, August 27. View an Iaido demonstration with Esaka Sensei, participate in a Dojo movement workshop, and more.
Join the CENTER FOR ASIAN AMERICAN MEDIA at the CHINESE FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 40th Anniversary Celebration of Justice. CAAM will be recognized for its artistic showcase of diverse Asian American experiences through independent media, including hosting the annual San Francisco Asian American Festival.
The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture invites you to join us in Boston from August 26 – 29 for Commonwealth, NAMAC’s biennial convening for media and visual arts leaders, practitioners, researchers, technologists, advocates, scholars, students, funders, and policymakers.
CAAM invites you to an exclusive sneak preview of Ang Lee’s latest film, TAKING WOODSTOCK, sponsored by Frameline and Focus Features at the Landmark Embarcadero Cinema, August 5 at 7:00PM.
CAAM, Sundance Channel and Comcast invite you to a special, free screening of Johnnie To’s ELECTION at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas Tuesday, July 28th at 7pm.
CAAM and FOCUS FEATURES invite you and a guest to a special sneak preview of the film from the acclaimed director of OLD BOY and SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE. A special preview of Park Chan-wook’s THIRST screens at the Embarcadero Center Cinemas on July 22nd.
The Center for Asian American Media co-presents MATTER OF SIZE at this years’ SF Jewish Film Festival.