Update: Love Boat: Taiwan will be featured at CAAMFest37 on May 17, 2019. Memoirs of a Superfan Vol. 11.12 – Taiwan Love Boat Doc…
“Giap’s Last Day at the Ironing Board Factory,” winner of CAAMFest 2015’s Loni Ding Award for Social Issue Documentary, will play on PBS stations in May.
“Pali Road” exemplifies the best in indie work this year and opens in theaters on April 29th.
Being in this festival is an award in itself, for both filmmakers and audience.
The filmmakers behind “One-minded” share their process — and a link to their short film.
“It seems like many people don’t talk about past wars but there is such an obsession with pop music—what is the relationship between the traumas of history and modernity, between war and pop (and agit-prop)?”
CAAMFest is a sure route to culture and knowledge, an opportunity to loose our shackles of unknowing.
Thanks for all your contributions to our great, mutual journey, with one common destiny. Perhaps we have all been flowers growing between concrete and stone. But we are also the forest.
This oasis is overflowing. Cannes has nothing on CAAMmes.
“I hope my stories activate us personally….My job is to invite individuals to their own liberation and maybe they will seek that for others.” — Director Mina Shum
Superfan Ravi Chandra checks in with director Julia Kwan, whose latest film looks at the changing landscape of Vancouver’s Chinatown.
“To know our kinship is to expand our vision and deepen our love, the trait most emphatically shared, most painfully abandoned, and most urgently needed, on this most tender, green branch of the tree of life.”