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Asian American films nominated for Oscars in 2024

Learn more about these works, including several helmed by friends of CAAM

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Loni Ding Featured in ‘Know History, Know Self’ Poster Series

CAAM co-founder Loni Ding is among six trailblazing Asian-Americans featured in Know History, Know Self, a public art piece created by award-winning Oakland artist Minnie Phan.

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Asian American Films at Sundance

Five Asian American works premiered at the film festival in Park City. Nancy Wang Yuen recaps the highlights

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SUNDANCE

U.S. Muslim Documentary Fund

Doris Duke Foundation awards CAAM $4.5 million grant to uplift Muslim storytelling

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A TOWN CALLED VICTORIA

A Texas town is thrown into the spotlight when a mosque is burned down in an apparent hate crime. After the media moves on, the community is left to reflect on its complex history with racism.

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