Civil rights activist Yuri Kochiyama has passed away at the age of 93. She inspires younger generations through the struggle for freedom and justice, and solidarity with many marginalized communities.
The 4th Annual San Francisco Green Film Festival starts tonight with the San Francisco premiere of the feature documentary DamNation at Aquarium of the Bay. CAAM is…
We held a screening of CAAM-produced film, “Don’t Lose Your Soul,” about two Asian American jazz legends – Anthony Brown and Mark Izu.
CAAM is proud to co-sponsor two silent film gems from Asia for the SF Silent Film Festival: “Song of the Fishermen” (China, 1934) and “Dragnet Girl” (Japan, 1933). The festival runs May 29-June 1 at the Castro Theatre.
What’s it like to be hard-hitting journalist Lisa Ling? We chat with the host of “Our America with Lisa Ling.”
Sailor Moon is being revived online in uncut episodes. We analyze its potentially subversive feminist and queer depictions.
The results are in for Asian Pacific Fund’s “Growing Up Asian in America,” whose theme this year was food. Started in 1995, “Growing Up…
CAAM partners with Frameline to present three short API LGBT films for APA Heritage Month. The films are available online for a year.
CAAM is one member of the National Minority Consortia. Watch this reel of films that will be coming soon to PBS, including from CAAM, Latino Public Broadcasting, and more.
The SF Chronicle gives a great review of “Japanese American Lives,” a documentary series playing on PBS this month. Check local PBS listings for times!