Presented by the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP) The 4th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival showcases the explosive stories of our community, from the quick turns of a dyke couple on a mission to conceive to the fierce shimmy of big bodacious babes to the dynamic strut of a queer secret agent, these fly films will let you get down, get funky and get loose!
KQED Education Network and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UC Berkeley present a screening and discussion of Bolinao 52, a Vietnamese boat people documentary on Thursday, May 1, at 7:00 pm in Sibley Auditorium (Bechtel Engineering Center) on the UC Berkeley campus. This free screening will feature a discussion with the filmmaker Duc Nguyen.
We will be using Yahoo! Live to broadcast live on www.asianamericanmedia.org from SFIAAFF events. You will be able to people watch as well as chat with festival goers and maybe ask a question to a filmmaker or two.
CAAM has long been one of the host organizations for the Asian Pacific Film Experience in Park City, held every January during the Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals. Our Filmmakers Reception – now in it’s seventh inception – is an opportunity to highlight and recognize the Asian Pacific American works represented at the two festivals.
join CAAM, MANJA, hapihour.org, APA|FIVE, Third Thursdays, Kearny Street Workshop, Asian American Theater Company, Locus Arts, Hyphen Magazine, Asian Business League, NAAAP-SF, KACSF/BAKAs, KAPS, and KABA for the opening weekend of Chris Chan Lee’s UNDOING, opening in the San Francisco Bay Area exclusively at the Sundance Cinemas Kabuki in Japantown.