In celebration of Filipino American Heritage Month, check out CAAM’s educational and media resources that bright to light the stories and experiences of the diverse Filipino and Filipino American community.
Guamanians serve in the U.S. military at three times the national average. Yet when they get home, they struggle to receive the healthcare they need.
Director Marissa Aroy, who made “Delano Manongs,” shares her tips on submitting to film festivals.
The documentary tells the story about a teenage girl in Pakistan whose life is at risk for daring to allege rape.
Series about race and demographics with award-winning journalist Maria Hinojosa premieres October 2 on WORLD Channel and October 4 on PBS.
The 3rd and final season of Flat3, a web comedy series from New Zealand, is back with new episodes!
Guest Jonathan Hoenig later apologizes about the Japanese internment comment.
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.
In partnership with the Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA), Asian Art Museum and Asia Society, CAAM honors the memory of Bernice “Bingo” Bing by bringing her life and the evolution of her art to light in the screening of the documentary film, The Worlds of Bernice Bing, for the 2014 Asian Contemporary Art Week.
After screening some of J.P. Chan’s critically acclaimed shorts, his first feature film, A Picture of You, had its San Francisco premiere at CAAMFest 2014….