“For me it means more people might be exposed to this story about the visionary life and ideas of Grace Lee Boggs.” – Grace Lee
Join a screening and live chat of “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs” on July 1st.
“It was a unique conversation, primed by the moving story we’d just watched, that would not have happened in any other context.”
From CAAM and Visual Communications, WATCH the dynamic Sundance conversation on the current & future state of Asian American artists streaming at World Channel.
“Lucky Chow Season 2,” “Mele Murals,” “Forever, Chinatown,” “Good Luck Soup,” “Relocation, Arkansas – Aftermath of Incarceration,” “Finding Samuel Lowe” and “Breathin’: The Eddy Zheng Story” will premiere on TV this May.
“It’s really a remarkable time for talent to arise and for stories to be shared all across the way.”
CAAM and Visual Communications is pleased to host a dynamic conversation with industry leaders on the current and future state of Asian Americans in media at Sundance: “Elevate, Incubate & Demonstrate: Advancing Asian American Artists.”
“Future generations can look back at 2016 as the year that Asian American representation finally became a topic of conversation.”
Highlights from the “Expanding the Conversation: Asian Americans in Media” panel, audience reactions, and the full panel are now online!
Asian Americans are becoming more involved in the conversation, making their voices heard after years of being underrepresented in television, film, and media.
“We hope this conversation will spark real change within the media industry.” — Stephen Gong
Who gets to tell Asian American stories? Why are Asian American stories not seen as central to the American narrative?