The AHSC Cinema Showcase celebrates local Asian American media and media makers. From emerging talent to celebrated media pioneers, this exciting collection of short films and music videos reveal the vibrant Asian American media arts scene here in the Bay Area.
Last Friday, I made the trek from the bay to sunny LA to check out the Transmedia, Hollywood 2: Visual Culture and Design conference at the UCLA film school. This conference brought together an interesting collection of screenwriters, theme park creators, production designers, executive producers and media scholars to discuss Transmedia Storytelling.
The Center for Asian American Media is proud to co-sponsor the Humanitarian Asians and Pacific Islanders (HAPI) Fundraising Hour for Japan, happening this Thursday, March 31, 5:00pm.
Kathy Huang, director of TALES OF THE WARIA, discusses how she got started documenting the transgender community in Indonesia.
In this clip, Pahole captures Team SFIAAFF setting up for the press conference that happened on 2/11.
Pahole Sookkasikon, SFIAAFF Volunteer Coordinator, will be bringing around his trusty Flip Cam and capture his exciting days and busy nights working the 29th SF International Asian American Film Festival.
MATCHA, Asian Art Museum’s most popular evening mixer, is back.
We hope you all had an awesome time at SFIAAFF Launch Party last Thursday…we certainly did! Currently, we are sorting through all our photos. We’ll be posting our pictures on-line soon, so for now enjoy these select shots of the bands that rocked the house!
When we first heard of Comcast’s bid to acquire NBC Universal, we were concerned that this could spell out into less opportunity for diverse programming and representation.
Join the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) for the official San Jose launch of SFIAAFF, the nation’s largest Asian American film festival.