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CAAM's Entry in PBS Online Film Festival Focuses on Transgender Woman in Pakistan

"Rani" is a short film about a transgender Pakistani woman who takes care of an abandoned baby. Set in the heart of Karachi, she faces many challenges - yet is determined to do the right thing.

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Q&A with "The Farewell" Director Lulu Wang

"Being Asian American is no different from having a story about a white family or any other family...we can tell all kinds of stories of in all different genres."

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"Call Her Ganda" Now Streaming on PBS Until 7/29

Directed by PJ Raval, the documentary focuses on the murder of Jennifer Laude, a Filipina trans woman.

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You can purchase the award-winning film now with simplified and traditional Chinese subtitles.

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Matt Braly on bringing Thai American representation to the Disney Channel through "Amphibia"

Braly talks about the importance of having a Thai American as the lead character, and how Song played a big role in developing her character

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CAAM Filmmaker Summit Brings Together Voices of Change in the Documentary Landscape

CAAM 2019 Filmmaker Summit Gathered Asian American Documentary Filmmakers and Media Leaders

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