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).
Help us find the family featured in this footage, circa 1939.
CAAM Executive Director Stephen Gong presents a selection of highlights from CAAM’s Memories to Light national initiative at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival on November 11th in Toronto, Canada.
Take a trip down memory lane with our Halloween-themed Memories to Light home videos, and find out how you can win a box of Socola chocolates.
CAAM’s Asian American home movie collection debuts on Comcast on Demand.
Gavin Tachibana remembers his family and the times they spent together, through watching old home movies. CAAM’s Memories to Light program archives Asian American home movies.
Happy Summer Solstice! To celebrate the beginning of summer, we bring you some clips of nostalgia from our Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies collection.
We made it! CAAMFest just concluded and Memories to Light 2.0 had a successful screening as we debuted our first two short films of…
The San Francisco Bay Guardian, an online and weekly print paper, recently published a nice piece on the Center for Asian American Media’s Memories…
Image courtesy of Brian Gee on behalf of the Gee family (left) and Annabelle Udo O’Malley on behalf of the Udo family (right). The…