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  1. FUTURESTATES & ITVS on Display at SFIAAFF

    March 10, 2011

    The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival runs from March 10 through March 20 The 29th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) gets started today and will run through March 20. The festival is the largest showcase for new Asian and Asian American films in North America, annually presenting approximately

  2. Ring in Chinese New Year with Last Train Home

    February 3, 2011

    There is no better to film to honor Chinese New Year than Lixin Fan’s Last Train Home, which is coming this season to P.O.V. Set against the backdrop of the world’s largest annual human migration, the documentary follows the Zhang family who travel home on Chinese New Year to reunite with their teenage daughter. Watch the trailer after the jump. watch

  3. Happy Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month from ITVS

    May 14, 2010

    This month we're honoring Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month at ITVS by celebrating some of the groundbreaking films by and about the API community coming up in our broadcast schedule. With the tragic oil spill encroaching on the coast of Louisiana, the upcoming premiere of A Village Called Versailles, by S. Leo Chiang on Independent Lens on May 25

  4. Whatever It Takes Premiering Tonight on Independent Lens on PBS

    March 30, 2010

    "The Week's Guide to What's Worth Watching: In Whatever It Takes, Edward Tom gave up an executive post at Saks Fifth Avenue for a far-lower-paying job as principal of a small public high school in the South Bronx. Cameras follow him through his first year as he struggles to deal with its challenges, epitomized by a failing 14-year-old girl whose mother is a

  5. CAAM Open Door Completion Fund: Deadline August 6

    July 7, 2009

    The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. Looking for funding and have a film that would be a great match? CAAM is currently accepting proposals for their Open Door Completion Fund