Me, my grandmother, and more, at Knottsberry Farm (a family favorite picture) Today marks two occasions to celebrate life. The first being the passing…Read More
Started editing today on our Final Cut Pro system. Definitely feels good to finally be at this stage, when all the footage gradually morphs into comprehensive scenes. I’m looking forward to developing our main characters into the fullest and most meaningful realization of who they truly are.Read More
Chris Chan Lee’s UNDOING opened in the San Francisco Bay Area exclusively at the Sundance Cinemas Kabuki in Japantown last weekend and will be playing again THIS WEEKEND! Catch it in theatres while you can!Read More
I used to think that the hardest part of producing a documentary was the shooting and editing. Now I know better. Raising money is far more difficult… Why? Because ultimately, one has absolutely no control over how the funding decisions are made.Read More
In anticipation of the 2008 Presidential Election, the National Minority Consortia (NMC) presents Election Intiative 2008: a multi-platform initiative to incorporate diversity in public media as a central premise to covering a national news event, while also signaling public media’s commitment to diversity in public affairs reporting.Read More
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When you talk about hunger as a filmmaker, often you talk about desire for fulfillment and accomplishment. I guess you can say that’s what…Read More
Richard Wong world premiered his debut feature film, COLMA: THE MUSICAL, at SFIAAFF and since then the film has gone on to play at numerous film festivals, screened theatrically and now has just come out on DVD. The guest blogger of the month, Rich writes about his journey with COLMA: THE MUSICAL.Read More
Shooting 140 hours of footage is one thing. Logging, organizing, capturing, and digitizing it is quite another… We are now just over halfway done with the review, and it’s obvious that the discussions we are having now will save us a tremendous amount of time and effort later.Read More
On Novemeber 1st, CAAM and the Asian Art Museum teamed up to present a multimedia extravaganza event at the November MATCHA held at the Asian Art Museum. Check out pix and videos from the event.Read More
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