CAAM Presents

SF Closing Night Film: SURROGATE VALENTINE

SURROGATE VALENTINE is the SFIAAFF Closing Night film for San Francisco. Bay Area music stalwart Goh Nakamura plays “Goh,” a low-key indie rocker on tour with a sycophantic Hollywood actor. When he reconnects with a longtime friend (Lynn Chen), he is forced to make some bold decisions about his life. From the director of WHITE ON RICE.

Student Delegate Blog: Cerebral Work!

LIVING IN THE SEDUCED CIRCUMSTANCES – A cerebral work by the auteur filmmaker Ian Gamazon takes the audience into a different cinematic realm. The quirky narrative keeps the audience on the edge.

Student Delegate Blog: Suh-weeeet Suite Chinatown!

Over the course of one’s life, one will encounter numerous Chinatowns—each with its own peculiarities. Be it the historical importance of a long-gone Laundromat or the specific taste of your favorite egg tart, each Chinatown evokes a different series of emotions and memories in each person.

Catch AMIN in San Jose

If you missed the world premiere of AMIN in San Francisco, you can catch a screening of the documentary in San Jose. Director Shahin Parhami will be in attendance.