CAAM Co-presents the Japanese film LOVE MY LIFE at Frameline32, the 32nd San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival: LOVE MY LIFE, Tuesday June 24 at 9:30 pm Victoria Theatre, San Francisco.
International filmmakers Kimberlee Acquaro and Marlo Poras are among the filmmakers who will speak and answer questions about their award-winning films screening at I.M.O.W.’s Women Wielding Cameras free Film Festival in the San Francisco Public Library’s Koret Auditorium on Saturday, June 14.
Get your monthly arts fix at the Asian Art Museum’s MATCHA series. Experience live performances, create art, embark on special tours of the galleries, mingle with friends over cocktails, or simply chill to the hip beats of DJs and musicians.
We have selected 5 finalists for the Toyota Matrix Free Your Story contest! Go to our video gallery under the CAAM Channel to see all of the talented finalists!
Flashing Lights, the latest installment of CAAM’s Social Club, was great fun. Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate APA Heritage Month with us! Check out the photos from the CAAM Interactive photo booth. To see all the pix go to our Photo Gallery on the CAAM Channel.
CAAM Media Fund Project A DREAM IN DOUBT airs on PBS in the month of May. We hope you will mark your calendars and forward this message to your friends and colleagues.
Picturehouse and the Center for Asian American Media cordially invite CAAM members* and a guest to a special Members Only preview screening of MONGOL.
CAAM and Poleng Lounge proudly present the latest installment of the Social Club, Flashing Lights on Thursday, May 22nd at Poleng Lounge in San Francisco.
I’ve been alerted by my all so loyal blogging fans that I’ve been slacking in my duties, and to that I apologize. So some of the stuff going on in the world of Among B-Boys and Christopher Woon. I’ve been finishing a video for a client (OASES 25th Anniversary celebration tonight!) and been chasing that funding paper trail. I’m also set to join a team promoting the ever so entertaining B-Boy Hella Hung, and projects revolving Hung that are in development.
San Francisco’s Indie Film Festival presents several envelope-pushing Asian horror films as part of its festival this year.