A screening of “Pass or Fail in Cambodia Town” will be followed by a panel discussion on education and the President’s immigration plans.Read More
The documentary tells the story about a teenage girl in Pakistan whose life is at risk for daring to allege rape.Read More
This series, coming to PBS, aims to deepen conversations around race in America.Read More
“It was a unique conversation, primed by the moving story we’d just watched, that would not have happened in any other context.”Read More
Have you seen the Center for Asian American Media’s public service announcement on national TV? We’ve made a lot of progress since yellowface caricatures…Read More
Under our newly minted James T. Yee Talent Development Program, we are excited to launch the application process for the new and improved CAAM…Read More
by Geoffrey Quan 2012 CAAM Fellow When Karin Chien asked me to write a blog post about what I had learned thus far as…Read More
Game Salon Friday March 9, 7 PM. Super Frog Gallery, New People. Game on. Take part in the present and future wave of digital…Read More
READY, SET, PITCH! Sunday, March 11, 10am-11:30am Hotel Kabuki, Imperial Room A 1625 Post Street in Japantown, San Francisco This is a FREE EVENT…Read More
Drumroll please… the 30th SFIAAFF is here! The Festival’s 30th anniversary program celebrates the past, present, and future – not only honoring pioneers in Asian and Asian American media-making, but also new directions in digital and interactive media, sound and youth culture, culinary arts and gaming.Read More
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***
SAVE THE DATES!
When: March 8-18, 2012
Where: San Francisco, Berkeley, and San Jose, CA
The Festival’s 30th anniversary program celebrates the past, present, and future – not only honoring pioneers in Asian and Asian American media-making, but also new directions in digital and interactive media, sound and youth culture.Read More