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I Am

I Am chronicles the journey of an Indian lesbian filmmaker who returns to Delhi, eleven years later, to re-open what was once home, and…

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A Song for Ourselves

During the 1970s when Asians in America were invisible to the country — and more importantly even to themselves — the late Chris Iijima’s…

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Two young Japanese Americans set out to find an obscure place called Manzanar in the California desert, in 1969. This was one of ten…

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Tibet Hope

Eleven years in the making, TIBET HOPE, featuring His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, chronicles the efforts of the Tibetan people to survive the…

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The Governor

The highest elected official of Asian descent on the mainland, Gary Locke has blazed a unique trail marked by the benefits and burdens of…

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Resettlement to Redress

RESETTLEMENT TO REDRESS takes a close look at the long and difficult journey Japanese Americans faced as they transitioned from being forcibly removed from…

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Yellow Brotherhood

Three young Asian American men recall meeting in the Yellow Brotherhood community basketball team at age six and later discovering the incredible 30-year history…

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With Our Own Eyes

In the summer of 1994, the American Friends Service Committee assembled a delegation of 16 teenagers from the United States and Puerto Rico. Their…

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Whose Children Are These?

WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THESE? provides a gripping view into the world of three Muslim teenagers affected by post 9/11 domestic anti-terrorism security measures. One…

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Wet Sand: Voices from L.A.

Filmmaker Dai Sil Kim-Gibson explores the aftermath of the 1992 LA Civil Unrest in her film WET SAND. Her groundbreaking 1993 documentary SA-I-GU stands…

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