CAAM and the organizers from the South By Southwest Film, Interactive, and Music Festivals will be hosting a mixer for all of our Bay Area friends to get plans underway for SXSW 2012. The event will be held at the Phoenix Hotel on 10/27 and entry is free with RSVP.
We are delighted to be a part of the 14th UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival), which celebrates the power of documentary films dealing with global and social change. This year, CAAM co-presents ONCE UPON A ROOFTOP on Friday 10/21, which is a visual portrait of the families and individuals who live on the rooftops of mid-rises in Hong Kong.
CAAM is thrilled to co-present the Northern California Premiere of HOW ABOUT LOVE at the 2011 Berlin & Beyond Film Festival, Stefan Haupt’s emotionally-moving film about a Swiss heart surgeon who suddenly faces the immense suffering of a Burmese refugee camp. HOW ABOUT LOVE screens on Friday, 10/21.
CAAM Co-presents UNCLE BOONMEE at UC Berkeley’s Asian Horror Cinema Symposium. This symposium will feature films and the work of scholars who explore issues in contemporary East and Southeast Asian horror cinema.
We are thrilled to present, not one, but three films at this year’s Mill Valley Film Festival: BUSONG, THE BUTCHER’S WIFE, and SACRIFICE
Come to the Japan Center Mall on October 16th for Anime Fair fun!
CAAM is delighted to present DELHI IN A DAY at the 2011 Palo Alto International Film Festival, which will be screening on September 30th. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director, Prashant Nair.
CAAM will be co-presenting GANDU, a film by South Asian Director Kaushik Mukherjee, at the 3rd annual Oakland Underground Film Festival.
Premiering Friday, September 16th in San Francisco is the full-length directorial debut of Mun Chee Yong’s film, WHERE THE ROAD MEETS THE SUN. And, CAAM is thrilled to co-present its run at Opera Plaza Cinemas from the 16th to the 22nd!
Join us for a celebration of jazz in San Francisco’s Japantown on September 10th! Japantown’s location next to the “Harlem of the West”, the Fillmore has led to it becoming a hotbed for cutting edge jazz throughout the years. To celebrate this community and sounds we’ve recruited three leading groups of musicians from Japantown to celebrate. We’ll also launch the celebration with an opening by Taiko performance by Genryu Arts Gen Ensemble.