Rough Cuts is a series of work-in-progress documentary screenings that are produced every other month at the LAB, a non-profit gallery/performance space in the Mission. The LAB is seeking feature-length works with a final running time of 50 minutes or longer for its Fall series.
THE PRINCESS OF NEBRASKA will make its world premiere on YouTube Screening Room on Friday, October 17, 2008. Wayne Wang explains, “THE PRINCESS OF NEBRASKA is about a young woman from China who tries to locate her identity through different kinds of new media. The piece was shot with this kind of mentality with various kinds of easily accessible digital sources. I am very excited that the distribution will be consistent with the way the piece was conceived and produced!”
An energetic fusion of imagination, collaboration and tournament, Cinemasports is a race against the clock to make a film in a day. Anyone can participate, just arrive with your crew at 9:00 am equipped and ready to shoot and edit your own cinematic masterpiece by the same-day deadline.
Capturing the defiant creativity of a home-grown hip-hop movement, the award-winning documentary Inside the Circle follows talented b-boys Josh and Omar, former best friends turned rivals.
YBCA presents a literary reading of THE EVOLUTION OF A SIGH by R. Zamora Linmark, author of the best-selling novel Rolling The Rʼs and poetry collection Prime Time Apparitions. Linmark will be reading from his latest collection of poetry, the just-published THE EVOLUTION OF A SIGH, as well as new works.
There’s more to getting inked than you think. Tattoo artist Horitaka, apprentice to the ultimate master Horiyoshi III, will talk about the time-honored art of Japanese tattoos, a culture of beauty, commitment, and history at the Asian Art Museum.
Back by popular demand, Hyphen presents the 3rd annual Mr. Hyphen competition on October 4, 2008, celebrating the men of the Asian American community. Mr. Hyphen is an energy-filled evening of fun and charity. Rounds will be decided alternately by an audience vote and by an illustrious panel of judges. The man who is crowned Mr. Hyphen wins a $1000 cash donation to his nonprofit organization.
Do you have a personal documentary idea, or social change community project that needs development? Are you considering public television funding sources or need R&D $$?? Join the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LATINO INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS in San Francisco for a 3-day intensive weekend seminar to kick start your documentary.
As part of the MVFF focus series, CAAM is pleased to co-present FOCUS ASIA at the 2008 Mill Valley Film Festival. MVFF will present a number of award-winning new Asian narrative and documentary films, including the CAAM-funded THE BETRAYAL (NERAKOUN), directed by Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phrasaveth
Dennis Lim’s New York Times article discusses Wayne Wang, his undefinable work, and PRINCESS OF NEBRASKA.