Muslim Youth Voices Project

Muslim Youth Voices Films Now Streaming

Catch 32 youth-made films that are a part of CAAM's national initiative to train Muslim American youth on filmmaking skills, now streaming on WORLD Channel and PBS.

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SELECTED AS RECIPIENT OF HEWLETT 50 ARTS COMMISSION

”J-town, Chinatown: Our Town” will be a multidisciplinary work performed by artist Brenda Wong Aoki and scored by jazz musician Mark Izu

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CAAM SUPPORTS INCLUSION AT 2019 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

Sundance Film Festival

Through our work with Sundance Institute and Sundance Film Festival, CAAM continues to impact careers, communities, and perspectives.

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Films for Educators

ACADEMY AWARD WINNER RUBY YANG’S “RITOMA” NOW AVAILABLE VIA CAAM

Oscar winner Ruby Yang's documentary "Ritoma," a story where tradition and modernity collide on the Tibetan Plateau, is now available for rent or purchase.

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CAAMFest

CAAMFest 2019 Call for Entries

Accepting documentary, international, feature, shorts, and new media works.

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Memories to Light

Memories to Light

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