CAAM Co-Presents at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, July 24-Aug 9, 2010
The Center for Asian American Media co-presents OFF WORLD, THE GOLDEN PIN, and SPRING FEVER at the Frameline Film Festival.
Happy Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! CAAM invites its members and a guest for a special screening as we appreciate the great works of CAAM founder, educator, filmmaker and mentor, Loni Ding.
Center for Asian American Media is proud to copresent A Brand New Life,Last Train Home, directed by Lixin Fan, and Bodyguards and Assassins at the 53rd San Francisco International Film Festival.
Get ready for MATCHA: Shanghai Jazz with special guest Coco Zhao who will perform an intimate set of original works and old favorites.
Join us as we celebrate 30 years of presenting the richness and diversity of Asian American stories. CAAM’s 30th Anniversary Gala will be presented in partnership with the Asian Chefs Association. The event will feature signature dishes from seven of the Bay Area’s most exciting celebrity chefs.
The Asian Art Museum’s evening mixer is back on Feb 18! Kick off the Year of the Tiger with dynamic kung fu by Shaolin Temple USA monks.
On January 4th, Debbie Ng joined CAAM as the new Development and Communications Director. Rina Mehta who has moved to Los Angeles to be closer to her family previously held this position. We thank Rina for her dedication and for building a strong foundation for the organization.
Let the melody carry us over into the New Year! Viz Cinema series, Hit Me With Music Vol. 2, showcases films that reflect their love for music.
Playwright, Cherylene Lee will read an excerpt from her upcoming memoir, JUST LIKE REALLY, and discuss her life as Chinese American child performer growing up in Hollywood.