Cherylene Lee reads from her upcoming memoir JUST LIKE REALLY. In this segment, How I Learned How to Cope with the Green Eyed Monster, Lee talks about being a child actor and dealing with jealousy.
GET READY TO RAK! CAAM Presents an exclusive Bay Area screening of critically acclaimed director Quark Henares’ latest film.
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.
For your viewing pleasure, the season finale of ON THE CLOCK with Tim DeLaGhetto
Time, indigeneity, ideology, and audience are all touch upon in vlog #3 of our series on the The 56th Annual Flaherty Film Seminar. This video covers day 4 of our experience at Flaherty and features Amalia Cordova, Flaherty board member and programmer at the National Museum of the American Indian, as well as Filmmakers Akosua Adoma Owusu and Michael Glawogger.
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.
The Fall 2010 CINE Golden Eagle Competition will begin accepting entries on August 2, 2010.
The 56th Annual Flaherty Film Seminar took place recently in upstate New York June 19-25, 2010. Christine Kwon and Michella Rivera-Gravage had an amazing experience there this year. Check out our video blog!
Gerry Balasta’s debut film THE MOUNTAIN THIEF uses a docu-fictional approach— rather than rely on professional actors, Balasta placed the task of dramatizing slum life into the hands of those who know it best: the actual residents of Patayas, one of the Philippines’ largest dumpsite “towns.”