OPEN CALL

Get Funding For Your Asian American Film

The CAAM Documentary Fund is now open for submissions. Apply by October 23 to be considered

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THE SAUCE

'Sushi Nachos' Explores Japanese-Mexican Lives in Texas

The first short documentary from our fellowship for Asian American filmmakers in the South premieres

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MEDIA FUND

CAAM is supporting 10 new films in 2022

Find out about the diversity of stories supported by our Documentary Fund and Documentaries for Social Change Fund

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CAAMFest 2023

CALL FOR ENTRIES OPEN NOW

Send us your films and multi-media works to be considered for next year's CAAMFest, happening May 11-23, 2023

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SHORT TAKES

A Multitude of South Asian Stories for September

Lighthearted romcoms, coming of age stories, and history told through action heroes...

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PODCAST

Problematic Fave With Dino-Ray Ramos

There's media that people love, but it's got... problems. Lauren Lola talks with Dino-Ray Ramos about his new podcast

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CAAM Funded

HISTORIAN'S TAKE

What's up with Blaccent, Kung Fu movies, and Asian hunks? Our favorite historians give their take on pop culture to add context and perspective to our favorite media.

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VINCENT CHIN 40

Vincent Chin and the Future of Asian American Activism

Learn about CAAM's activities in Detroit and how it can teach our community during our nation's current challenges.

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Memories to Light

Memories to Light

Discover our collection of Asian American home movies and share your own
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Muslim Youth Voices

Muslim Youth Voices Project (MYVP) is a national initiative of the Center for Asian American Media.