CAAM is proud to present a specially curated group of films on Comcast Cinema Asian America for November. Comcast subscribers can watch these for free on X1 or XFINITY on Demand starting November 1, 2018.
To watch the films, go to XFINITY On Demand. Say “CAAM” or the titles to your X1 Voice Remote to see the featured collection. You can also search for the films on On Demand by their titles:
9-Man by Ursula Liang
Players of an athletic Chinese American event battle to be champion and to preserve the sport.
Amar by Sudan Sethuramalingam
Two strangers, one going forward in time, one going back, meet unexpectedly in the middle. Each provides the other with crucial information about their mutual futures.
Cowboy and Indian by Sujata Day
In an unlikely encounter at a desert, a cowboy chances upon a young Bengali bride and the two develop a dynamic where both come to realize that things should not be taken at face value.
Crescendo by Christina YR Jun
A dreamer has to decide between playing violin and an encroaching future. Through a dramatic decision and family bonds Vishal struggles past immigrant life and the realities of the American Dream.
Fanny Pack by Uttera Singh
A young Indian American woman tries to catch a flight bound for New York to pursue her dreams when suddenly her overprotective, fanny pack clad father attempts to stop her in hopes of getting her to follow his plans for her instead.
Foren by Sushma Khadepaun
On a summer afternoon, in a small town, Tanu and her grandma inquire of a world outside the bounds of their home.
Mixed Match by Jeff Chiba Stearns
Mixed Match is an important human story told from the perspective of mixed race blood cancer patients who are forced to reflect on their multiracial identities and complex genetics as they struggle with an impossible search to find bone marrow donors, all while exploring what role race plays in medicine.
Our Time by Arpita Kumar
When Maira finds recordings of her parents in mobile devices at home, she faces a reality that could prompt her to grow up.
Sameer and the Giant Samosa by Faroukh Virani
Sameer and the Giant Samosa is a dark comedy about a newlywed Indian couple and their diverging views on marriage and tradition. A surreal turn of events reveals the groom’s true, hidden appetites.