Asian Pacific American and Asian filmmakers are making history again at this year’s 2009 Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals. For this year’s APA Filmmaker Reception join us at our NEW LOCATION at the Queer Lounge in Park City.
For its annual members-only Dolby screening on January 14, CAAM is pleased to offer a sneak preview of two remarkable works which will be presented at the 2009 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.
New America Media invites, and is now accepting, submissions of outstanding ethnic media coverage published in 2008.
The Philippine’s official entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, PLONING, starring Judy Ann Santos will be screening at the San Rafael Film Center on January 18, 2009.
The Bay Area has long been fertile ground for extraordinary work in documentary filmmaking. The San Rafael Film Center will be showcasing the nominees on January 11, 2009
The Tribeca Film Institute Sloan Filmmaker Fund is seeking feature length narrative works that dramatize stories about science, technology, mathematics or medicine, as well as celebrated personalities in these fields.
Johnnie To’s SPARROW is a love letter to Hong Kong with intricately choreographed scenes and a 60’s Euro-cool soundtrack full of marimba glissandos and sparkling jazz pianos. SPARROW opens a the 4 Star Theatre on December 25th.
Misa reviews Clint Eastwood’s latest creation “Gran Torino,” in which Eastwood plays an aging white resident in a neighborhood now populated by Hmong families.
Last month, something happened which reminded me that I’m not just making a film. In documentary, we’re not just dealing with footage that we shot a few months ago; we’re dealing with individuals whose lives continue evolve. This is real life, and sometimes things change for the better, sometimes for the worse. In this case, it was definitely the latter…