“It was a unique conversation, primed by the moving story we’d just watched, that would not have happened in any other context.”
David Au’s first feature film, “Eat With Me,” is about a son coming out to his mother while she grapples with her own actualization. Special appearances by George Takei, and dumplings.
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.
POV showcases the best in independent filmmaking. CAAM is proud to co-present three films for the 2014 season.
Win a pair of tickets to see “To Be Takei” on June 24 at the Frameline Film Festival.
Filmmakers Brian Redondo and Corinne Manabat discuss making “Why We Rise,” now playing at the PBS Online Film Festival.
Kelly Saeteurn is one of the subjects in the documentary, “Kelly Loves Tony.” See what she’s up to now.
Frameline38 returns on June 19 to present an 11-day showcase of the best in LGBTQ cinema. CAAM is pleased to co-present the documentaries Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy and To Be Takei.
Frameline Festival is coming to San Francisco from June 19-29! To gear up for the world’s largest LGBT film festival, we’re excited to give CAAMers…
Many Asian American TV actors paved the way to the creation of the first Asian American family TV sitcom in 20 years.