Please note the screening time changes for the following programs at the SFIAAFF 2009.Read More
Become a member today and enjoy your first movie on us! Members also enjoy these SFIAAFF benefits:Read More
The 27th annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
(SFIAAFF), which showcases the best Asian and Asian American films from
around the globe takes place March 12-22, 2009 in San Francisco, Berkeley
and San Jose.
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL LAUNCH PARTY! Be the first on your block to pick up the Festival program guide hot off the press, meet local filmmakers, and mix and mingle with fellow festival goers! Friday February 13 at 111 Minna Gallery.
SAVE THE DATE! March 12-22, SFIAAFF 2009
Lav Dia’s award winning film DEATH IN THE LAND OF ENCANTOS unfolds against a Filipino backdrop immediately following the destruction of the country’s Bicol region after a super typhoon will screen at YBCA February 21.Read More
Locus at Kearny Street Workshop, in collaboration with the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, team up with local filmmakers and musicians to produce the 2nd annual DIY Premiere and Online Contest – videos will premiere at an event hosted by Locus at Kearny Street Workshop and one will win a spot in SFIAAFF’s Music Video Asia.Read More
MANILA TOWN IN THE HEART, a documentary film by Curtis Choy will screen at the SFPL KORET AUDITORIUM on February 14th at 2PM.Read More
CAAM-funded documentary THE BETRAYAL (NERAKHOUN), directed by Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phravasath has been nominated for the 2009 Best Documentary Feature Academy Award!Read More
Don’t miss the theatrical premiere of the winner of the 2007 SFIAAFF’s Best Narrative Feature Award at the Sundance Kabuki from February 13- 19.Read More
Be a part of the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films! Every March, over 300 volunteers from around the Bay Area log almost 2,500 hours to make the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) a success!Read More
Be a part of the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films! Every March, over 300 volunteers from around the Bay Area log almost 2,500 hours to make the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) a success! Volunteer benefits include vouchers for festival screenings, the opportunity to meet film industry professionals, and more!Read More
Stay tuned for our program release on Tuesday, February 10, 2009, announcing the line-up of feature films, documentaries, shorts programs, and panel discussions.Read More