The Himalayan (Bhutanese, Nepalese & Tibetan) community in the Bay area and nationally has been growing but there isn’t much visibility or authentic representations of these groups in the media. To counter that scarcity of images by and about the Himalayan community, CAAM started the Himalayan Youth Voices Project in partnership with grassroots organization Sahayeta and funding from the Asian Pacific Fund.
Check out what fellows from CAAM’s Fellowship Program and seasoned industry professionals have to say about building a career in film, television and new media.
At the 29th SFIAAFF filmmaker Ramona Diaz screened her new documentary THE LEARNING. After the screening Ramona sat down for an enlightening interview with CAAM’s Sapana Sakya. Check out the interview below.
Watch a replay of The “Issues” Issue: Decoding Race and the American Immigrant Experience in Comic Books panel that took place at the 29th SF Int’l Asian American Film Festival.
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.
The Diversity Video Competition provides a space to engage in an artistic dialogue on civil rights issues, stereotypes, and myths surrounding minority groups with a particular anchor in the Sikh experience.
The 28th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) running March 11-21, 2010 is right around the corner! Be one of the first to pick up the program guide at the official Festival Launch Party!
The 28th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
(SFIAAFF) running March 11-21, 2010 is right around the corner! Be one of the first to pick up the program guide at the official Festival Launch Party!
The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture invites you to join us in Boston from August 26 – 29 for Commonwealth, NAMAC’s biennial convening for media and visual arts leaders, practitioners, researchers, technologists, advocates, scholars, students, funders, and policymakers.