The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, presented by CAAM, wrapped with an estimated attendance of over 25,000, including over 200 filmmakers, actors and industry guests. The program featured seven world premieres, one North American premiere and two U.S. premieres of feature-length films.
The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) will present a special focus on Filipino and Filipino American media-making this year at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) which takes place from March 11 to 21, 2010.
The 28th Annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), which showcases the best Asian and Asian American films from around the globe takes place March 11-21, 2010 in San Francisco, Berkeley and San Jose. Tickets go on sale beginning February 11 for CAAM members and February 15 for the general public.
Part II. FEATURE DOCUMENTARIES
With SFIAAFF 2010 fast approaching, we here at CAAM thought it’d be an opportune time to look back and pay a visit to some of the featured films and artists from our last festival, and to catch up with them about the progress of their films since SFIAAFF 2009.
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.
Van! You gotta get all those pictures to us somehow! Because I got none! Also, thank you THANK YOU to CAAM for taking care of all our meetings with the filmmakers, covering our cab cost, our food/drinks cost…pretty much everything. You guys are made of many MANY awesome-beans.
Biking, walking through San Francisco, and not even in Japantown or Castro, adds to the festival experience. It’s an angular city. It’s a film in the making.
H.P. Mendoza’s FRUIT FLY expresses that musically, wonderfully
CAAM is proud to present, in collaboration with artist Kip Fulbeck, HAPAS.US. This new interactive website is where multiracial Asian Americans Can share their stories about the hapa experience.
The 27th annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
(SFIAAFF), which showcases the best Asian and Asian American films from
around the globe takes place March 12-22, 2009 in San Francisco, Berkeley
and San Jose.
Geraldine catches up with the Narrative filmmakers of the 2008 SFIAAFF to find out where their films have been since last year’s fest.
Capturing the defiant creativity of a home-grown hip-hop movement, the award-winning documentary Inside the Circle follows talented b-boys Josh and Omar, former best friends turned rivals.
Among B-Boys is smashin’ your average B-boy vids! But here’s a few that might be able to compete… It’s been a long time… I shouldn’t have left you, without some dope films to step to! films to step to! Since it’s SFIAAFF time, here’s 3 B-Boy related films I want to see…