Changing Season chronicles a transitional year-in-the-life of famed farmer, slow food advocate, and sansei, David “Mas” Masumoto, and his compelling relationship with daughter Nikiko, who returns to the family farm with the intention of stepping into her father’s work boots. Directed by Jim Choi, co-produced with CAAM.
From the Gulf Coast of Texas to the heartland of Wisconsin to New York's Lower East Side and beyond, OFF THE MENU: Asian America delves into a wealth of stories, traditions, and unexpected characters that explore what it means to be Asian American today. Directed by Grace Lee, co-produced by CAAM and KQED.
"The history of ""ulu"" (breadfruit) and present day efforts to utilize this iconic tree for cultural preservation and
food sustainability practices." Directed by Matt Yamashita and John Antonelli.
When a failed model finds her family’s restaurant near failure itself, a master chef helps her family return to glory. Directed by Yu-hsun Chen.
In a small restaurant of Temple City, CA, a man’s long and arduous journey in America leads him to fulfill his dreams, as humble and satisfying as a bowl of lovingly made noodles. Directed by David Liu.
Sign twirler Liz will say or do anything to make a sale. And what she's selling isn't your usual stocking stuffer...Directed by Alfredo Botello.
A Chinese immigrant family does its best to make it through Christmas 1998 in America and keep its youngest child
happy. Directed by King Lu.
Two young siblings home alone one January day, decide to get rid of their aging Christmas tree. Directed by Sarah Kim.
A girl helps her friend through a breakup by trying to cheer him up. Directed by Justin Chon.
When a guy possibly recognizes a girl from his past, unpleasant memories stir. Directed by Justin Chon.