Continuing its legacy in innovative media experiences, CAAM is excited to announce the dates of the next edition of its Asian and Asian American…
The Center for Asian American Media is now accepting entries for the 31st San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival! (March 14-24, 2013) We’re…
The 29th SFIAAFF is the celebration of life through the amalgam of light, sound and stories from the rich history and diversity of Asian people in the United States and global Diasporas.
There’s a new festival director in town and the SF Gate takes notice.
The J-POP SUMMIT Festival is looking for volunteers for this Saturday 9/19. If you are interested, please fill out a Volunteer Application Form.
From September 13 – 17 different aspects of Japanese and Asian film, anime, fashion design, music and other forms of pop culture will be celebrated in a series of screenings, interactive discussions, multimedia presentations and live performances.
After twelve months on the travel circuit, I think it’s safe to say that WHATEVER IT TAKES has finally finished its film festival run. But oh what a ride it was! Often thrilling, other times exhausting, but always an amazing feeling to show one’s film to new audiences across the country.
SFIAAFF 2010 continues till March March 21st! See the best of new Asian American and Asian films. Don’t miss the STATE OF ALOHA, THE MOUNTAIN THIEF, GOD IS D_AD, A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES, and much more. Check the SFIAAF 2010 website for the full schedule of films and events.
Need to look up a film in SFIAAFF and forgot your catalog at home? Want to watch a trailer while you are waiting in the rush line? Download our FilmFest SFIAAFF program guide app for all the latest Festival information, available in iTunes App Store now.
Actor and writer Aasif Mandvi, best known to many as the “Senior Foreign-Looking Correspondent” on the Daily Show with John Stewart will be making a special appearance at this year’s Festival!