CAAM’s very own Stephen Gong and Theresa Navarro will be joining Dr. Elaine H. Kim at USF in a discussion of Yunha Hong’s new film ANNA MAY WONG: IN HER OWN WORDS and explore the larger topic of Asian American’s in film, yesterday and today.
The much-anticipated follow-up to the pioneering cross-cultural comedy EAST IS EAST, WEST IS WEST is the coming-of-age story not only of a 15-year-old boy, but also his 60-year-old father. Check out the trailer and get your tickets!
We are proud to announce a new logo and tagline Stories to Light. It’s indicative of our commitment to telling stories in new mediums and new forms. It also reflects our mission to telling diverse and untold stories not often seen in mainstream media.
Pahole Sookkasikon, SFIAAFF Volunteer Coordinator, will be bringing around his trusty Flip Cam and capture his exciting days and busy nights working the 29th SF International Asian American Film Festival.
We hope you all had an awesome time at SFIAAFF Launch Party last Thursday…we certainly did! Currently, we are sorting through all our photos. We’ll be posting our pictures on-line soon, so for now enjoy these select shots of the bands that rocked the house!