In a final look back at SFIAAFF 2010, we take this moment to catch up with the movers and shakers of this industry to recognize not only the work they have already done but to anticipate all of the exciting works to come.
Congratulations to Soham Mehta whose film FATAKRA was selected by the Academy for competition in the 2011 Student Academy Awards.
On behalf of the Center for Asian American Media, thank you for your support of the 29th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival!
Short films are particularly sakura blossoms. I’m reminiscing now about one of my favorite shorts of SFIAAFF, one that exemplifies the festival’s best artistic aims.
A week has passed since the opening night of SFIAAFF, and I couldn’t help but recollect a few wonderful memories that night. SFIAAFF’s opening night exuded grandeur.
Do you enjoy humorous, tear jerking chick flicks? Are you looking for the perfect date movie? If so, don’t miss out on the BREAK UP CLUB.
Saturday, as the second full day of programming for SFIAAFF, was full of stimulation and inspiration. Notably, the UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL panel.
After a full weekend of programs from morning to night, only one word can describe the experience – Awesome!
We watched Ian Gamazon’s after watching the bone-crunching, Vietnamese action film CLASH.
The lazy Sunday started with the meet up with the filmmaker of SAIGON ELECTRIC. He gave us insight his approach to story telling and how to work with the actors and non-actors.