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Between Cynicism and Hope by Geraldine Ah-Sue

I’ve been thinking about the idea of suspicion lately. There is a lot to be wary about, and yet the idea of suspicion presents an infinite range of possibility – for the creation of counter-narratives and counter-cultures, for example. I would argue that there must be some slight inkling of suspicion that continues to motivate the work that CAAM does today.

SFIAAFF WRAPS UP 27TH YEAR

The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (March 12 – 22, 2009), presented by the Center for Asian American Media, wrapped with an estimated attendance of over 25,000, including over 200 filmmakers, actors and industry guests.

Colma: The Musical and Me

Richard Wong world premiered his debut feature film, COLMA: THE MUSICAL, at SFIAAFF and since then the film has gone on to play at numerous film festivals, screened theatrically and now has just come out on DVD. The guest blogger of the month, Rich writes about his journey with COLMA: THE MUSICAL.