The Manilatown Heritage Foundation is hosting an event including speakers and a screening of the documentary, Fall of the I-Hotel, with director Curtis Choy in attendance.
CAAM's unique projects include filmmaking workshops for Muslim American Youth and our Asian American home movies initiative.
With support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), CAAM provides production funding to independent producers who make engaging Asian American works for public television.
Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies is a project to collect and digitize home movies and to share them – and the stories they tell — to a broad public. Enjoy the films we’ve collected and let us know if you have home movies to share.
Muslim Youth Voices is a national project that supports media making from a new generation of Muslim American storytellers. This summer, MYVP workshops will take place in Portland, OR and Dallas, TX.
CAAM provides the largest collection of films by and about Asian Americans in the country for educational use. All titles are available for purchase or rental. Browse our most up-to-date catalog of video and DVD programs by title, subject or ethnicity.
Lucky Chow is a national public television series co-produced with CAAM and Bruce Seidel / Hot Lemon Productions. The new 7-episode season follows LUCKYRICE culinary festival founder Danielle Chang as she travels up, down, and across America to discover how deeply Asian culture and cuisine are rooted in our everyday lives.
CAAM presents innovative, engaging Asian American works on public television through our dynamic documentary programs. CAAM’s award-winning public TV programs are seen by millions of viewers each year, with more than 200 films since 1982. See what's streaming now.