Several films we’ve funded have received acceptance into film festivals and a record number have gone on to win awards. To start off with seven CAAM films were screened at our own festival: MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN, A SONG FOR OURSELVES, FRUITFLY, AHEAD OF THE MAJORITY: THE PATSY MINK STORY, PROJECT KASHMIR and WHATEVER IT TAKES. Congratulations to all the filmmakers!
Red carpets, celeb spotting, la Croisette…Oh! The glamorous Festival de Cannes! Assistant Director Vicci Ho reports on her maiden voyage to the South of France.
Come join CAAM at SubZERO in downtown San Jose on Friday, June 5, 2009 – 6PM to midnight! Kick off summer with SubZERO, a D.I.Y., artistically bent, hi/lo techno-mashup where street meets geek.
MATCHA, the Asian Art Museum’s exhilarating evening mixer, returns on Thursday, June 18. Quench your summer thirst with all things sake and tea.
CAAM Co-presents ANOTHER HOLE IN THE HEAD Film Festival. Two weeks of sci-fi, horror and Fantasy!
This summer Women of Color Resource Center is offering a unique experience to learn the ins and outs of basic sound and radio production for activism and advocacy.
CAAM is pleased to co-present the Bay Area Theatrical premiere of Korean American filmmaker Lee Issac Chung’s MUNYURANGABO
Yojiro Takita’s Academy Award winning film DEPARTURES opens May 29 in Bay Area theatres.
The San Diego Asian Film Foundation would like to announce the Final Deadline for their 2009 Call For Entries. Their 10th Annual Asian Film Festival will be their biggest and best yet, held this year October 15-29.
BIG MAN JAPAN, featured at the SFIAAFF 2009 Festival Forum, will screen for one week in the Bay Area starting May 29th.