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Announcing the SFIAAFF30 Opening Night Feature!

You may have heard the buzz about our opening night film (no one can keep a secret, anymore), so we’re here to officially tell you, BELIEVE THE HYPE! We are thrilled to kick off SFIAAFF30 with none other than WHITE FROG, the highly-anticipated new film by celebrated director, Quentin Lee.
***Discounted Early Bird Tickets are available now! click here to purchase them today***

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CAAM presents a new podcast “Of Place and Home”

What does home mean to you? Have you ever felt out of place?

In CAAM’s latest series, discover stories of place and home through the lens of Asians in the United States and around the world. Each episode brings to light the unique way our diverse communities interpret and inhabit place, identity, and creativity.

Journey home with us and meet musicians, entrepreneurs, comedians, directors, and those who defy categories.

(C) Jennifer Yin / Center for Asian American Media

Submit Your Film to the 30th SF Int’l Asian American Film Festival

Submit your film to the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (March 8-18, 2012). Be part of the largest showcase of Asian and Asian American cinema in North America!

Submit your film early and save on entry fees.

Early deadline – Sept 2, 2011
$25 entry fee (Withoutabox upgraded projects save $5)

Late deadline – Sept 30, 2011
$35 entry fee (Withoutabox upgraded projects save $5)

Withoutabox extended deadline (available only through Withoutabox) – Oct 7, 2011

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How Do You Use Media In The Classroom?

As part of CAAM’s exploration of the future of Asian American media, we asked Prof. Kale Fajardo (Univ. of Minnesota), Prof. Allan Issac (Rutgers Univ.) and Prof. Martin Manalansan (Univ. of Illinois) their thoughts, methods and observations on using media in the classroom.

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DIRECTIONS IN STORYTELLING: Prince Gomolvilas

In this episode of DIRECTIONS IN STORYTELLING, Performer and Playwright, Prince Gomolvilas discusses how he incorporates blogging as part of his development process in creating monologues for his live show, Jukebox Stories.