On Friday, October 25, CAAM co-hosted a free screening of S. Casper Wong’s award-winning feature documentary “The LuLu Sessions” in partnership with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Reimagine End of Life Week, and S. Casper Wong.
“I feel that there are narratives of the Filipino experience that tend to get told a lot. I think those are important, but I think especially for this season, we are really trying to dive a little bit deeper. It’s not just about being a Filipino person, it’s really about being a person and finding your place in the world.”
The deadline for the 2020 CAAM Fellowship application is Monday, November 18, 2019.
“While I could write this blog post littering it with milestones from my career and my projects, I decided that writing about rejection and failure might be a far more entertaining read.”
This past Sunday, CAAM was honored to present the book launch of award-winning filmmaker/author Arthur Dong’s new book, Hollywood Chinese: The Chinese in American…
“Ang is completely and almost exclusively focused on the human experience. He uses technology to try to augment the ideas. He’s trying to figure out how the use of that technology has a corresponding vibration in the human soul.” – Will Smith