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….
Fall in love a little more with the charming John Cho on ABC’s new show, “Selfie,” co-starring Karen Gillan in this modern remake of “My Fair Lady.” The season starts Tuesday, September 30.
Meet some of our Muslim Youth Voices Project participants.
He’s probably a familiar face, but you may know little about him. We’re here to change that.
Asian dishes get some limelight at LUCKYRICE SF.
“We were a news-consuming Mexican immigrant family in Chicago. But we never saw ourselves, ever, reflected in the media.” – Maria Hinojosa on why she became a journalist, to make the invisible visible.
The National Association of Latino Independent Producers presents Doing Your Doc: Diverse Voices, Regional Visions, September 12-14, 2014 in San Francisco and October 3-5, 2014 in New York.
Watch “Last Days in Vietnam” at the Opera Plaza Cinema in San Francisco on September 26th. A special Q&A wit the director Rory Kennedy will follow the screening.