Making its world premiere this week at San Francisco’s CAAMFest is the latest documentary “Off the Menu,” from Los Angeles-based filmmaker Grace Lee, the director of “The Grace Lee Project” and… More
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The CAAMFest Asian American film festival began on March 12 and continues until March 22. Though the winners have already been announced, there are still numerous film screenings and events,… More
By Momo Chang The CAAMFest Awards were announced over the weekend, and the winner of the Asian American narrative film competition, “Miss India America,” was, fittingly, about a girl who… More
By Momo Chang and Ada Tseng The 2015 CAAMFest kicked off on March 12, 2015 with a screening of “Seoul Searching,” which you can read more about in our XFINITY… More
Thursday, March 12 marks the first day of CAAMFest 2015, which kicks off with the opening night film “Seoul Searching,” directed by Benson Lee. “Seoul Searching” — starring an ensemble… More
From socially-charged documentaries to quirky coming-of-age narratives, CAAMFest is thrilled to announce the award winners of this year’s festival.
Q&A With Grace Lee, director of “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs”
Activist Grace Lee Boggs and filmmaker Grace Lee reflect on the documentary “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs”
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents New York-based filmmaker JP Chan’s festival-favorite trio of films, the “Three Uses of a Knife Trilogy.”
March means spring, hoops and most importantly, film! CAAMFest –aka the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival – the nation’s largest showcase of new Asian American and Asian films runs from March 13-23 and will provide a preview of the many films and stars we’ll be hearing more from in the coming months.