The short film director and associate professor at California College of the Arts shares tips on finding joy through the film festival submission process!
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The awards ceremony takes place October 5, 2017
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The Chinese Exclusion Act and its significance to the U.S. is not included in a majority of the U.S. social studies and history curriculum in K-12 education.
The free screening at the Castro Theatre is a part of SFIFF, co-presented by CAAM and the Asian American Bar Association.
Forever, Chinatown was nominated for a regional Emmy in 2018. Forever, Chinatown premiered nationally on May 8, 2017 on World Channel’s Local, USA and kicked…
The experience always renews and deepens me, a shower of light that purifies and trues the spirit.
CAAM is proud to announce the Spring 2016 and Winter 2017 CAAM Documentary Fund Awards:
I’m sure we’ll all be lining up for Constance Wu and Crazy Rich Asians when they hit the big screen, but no CAAMFest would be complete without Crazy Poor Asians.