Think one-part TED talk, one-part Townhall and we have the PRESENT/FUTURE Summit. In a fast-paced, provocative dialogue engaging today’s most interesting thinkers and creators, presentations by five featured speakers will be answered by five designated respondents and audience talk back. Covering topics of technology, new content production, television, socially conscious media, and exhibition. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind meeting of minds!
Join us for SFIAAFF’s largest event, FESTIVAL FORUM, a FREE outdoor showcase of lively artists, performers and media makers in San Francisco’s historic Japantown Peace Plaza! Featuring a tremendous line-up of acts, including NYC-based dance-rock band, PaperDoll! This year’s event will feature commemorative programs to mark the one-year anniversary of the March 11 Japanese tsunami and earthquake.
Sheetal Sheth, Michelle Krusiec and Lynn Chen star in NICE GIRLS CREW, a raunchy Bridesmaids‐meets-Arrested Development, no-holds-barred comedy series. Assembling an all-star cast of actresses, Nice Girls Crew pushes the boundaries of traditional comedy…and then some. Created/Written by CAAM staffer Christine Kwon and written/directed by Tanuj Chopra!
You may have heard the buzz about our opening night film (no one can keep a secret, anymore), so we’re here to officially tell you, BELIEVE THE HYPE! We are thrilled to kick off SFIAAFF30 with none other than WHITE FROG, the highly-anticipated new film by celebrated director, Quentin Lee.
***Discounted Early Bird Tickets are available now! click here to purchase them today***
WHEN: Thursday, February 9, 2012 | 9PM-2AM
WHERE: 111 Minna Gallery
The 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) is just around the corner, and what better way to kick things off than with a partaaay! Come out, pick up your hot-off-the-press Festival Mini-Guide, and enjoy some of the Bay Area’s most exciting Asian American DJs.
SAVE THE DATES!
When: March 8-18, 2012
Where: San Francisco, Berkeley, and San Jose, CA
The Festival’s 30th anniversary program celebrates the past, present, and future – not only honoring pioneers in Asian and Asian American media-making, but also new directions in digital and interactive media, sound and youth culture.