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CAAMFest38 takes place May 14-24, 2020.
“I make these films so that people like us are visible. People who are generally on the margins of the frame or in the background or the side characters – I try to put them in the center of the frame, and then build the story around them to be as mainstream as possible and as universal as possible.” – Gurinder Chadha
Rani is a social outcast, transgender woman who sets out to take care of an abandoned child. Set on the streets of Pakistan, she is determined to do the right thing amid waves of challenges.
“The National Multicultural Alliance represents a decades-long collaboration of nonprofit media organizations that share a commitment to diversity in public media,” said CAAM Executive Director Stephen Gong. “We look forward to continuing to this work for decades to come.”
The most ambitious television chronicle of the Asian American story in the United States will launch during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month