Interesting Projects

2009 NAMAC Conference

The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture invites you to join us in Boston from August 26 – 29 for Commonwealth, NAMAC’s biennial convening for media and visual arts leaders, practitioners, researchers, technologists, advocates, scholars, students, funders, and policymakers.

SFIAAFF 2010 Call for Entries

SFIAAFF 2010 Call for Entries

SFIAAFF, the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films, is now accepting submissions for its 28th festival. Submit early and save on submission fees!

dGenerate Films Launch

dGenerate Films is proud to bring you the best of recent independent cinema from mainland China. They’ve curated a selection of the most interesting, honest, and ground-breaking films.

Award Winning Media Fund Films

Award Winning Media Fund Films

Several films we’ve funded have received acceptance into film festivals and a record number have gone on to win awards. To start off with seven CAAM films were screened at our own festival: MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN, A SONG FOR OURSELVES, FRUITFLY, AHEAD OF THE MAJORITY: THE PATSY MINK STORY, PROJECT KASHMIR and WHATEVER IT TAKES. Congratulations to all the filmmakers!


Come join CAAM at SubZERO in downtown San Jose on Friday, June 5, 2009 – 6PM to midnight! Kick off summer with SubZERO, a D.I.Y., artistically bent, hi/lo techno-mashup where street meets geek.

TEMPO Summer Workshops

This summer Women of Color Resource Center is offering a unique experience to learn the ins and outs of basic sound and radio production for activism and advocacy.

“HOLLYWOOD CHINESE” Available Exclusively on Comcast On-Demand May 28, 2009

“Hollywood Chinese” by celebrated filmmaker Arthur Dong, is a captivating revelation on a little-known chapter of cinema: the Chinese in American feature films. From the first Chinese American film produced in 1916, to Ang Lee’s
triumphant Brokeback Mountain nine decades later, Hollywood Chinese brings together a fascinating portrait of actors, directors, writers, and iconic images to show how the Chinese have been imagined in movies, and