"It’s not an exaggeration to say that I owe my film career to the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM)."
— Chihiro Wimbush, Filmmaker, "Don't Lose Your Soul" (Co-director), "Changing Season: On the Masumoto Family Farm" (Editor)
Your contribution to CAAM is a meaningful investment in assuring that CAAM continues to showcase thought-provoking and compelling Asian American stories that illustrate the depth and complexity of the Asian American experience. We offer a variety of ways for you to donate. Choose the method that works best for you.
Early bird tickets are now on sale for CAAM’s second annual CAAMFeast Awards: Stories, Food & You, a culinary awards ceremony and intimate cocktail reception on Saturday, March 7th at One Kearny Club in San Francisco. This year’s distinguished CAAMFeast honorees are the Masumoto Family, media entrepreneur Danielle Chang and local rising-star chef Tim Luym. Pre-sale ($175) and combo Opening Night Film and Gala and CAAMFeast tickets ($240) are available until February 20th. Purchase them on CAAM’s secure website.
Join us today and receive the benefits of being a CAAM member, including exclusive access to and discounts at CAAMFest (formerly San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival), invitations to members-only events and screenings throughout the year and connection with our large family of artists, community members, and partners.
Your contribution to CAAM is a meaningful investment in assuring that CAAM continues to showcase thought-provoking and compelling Asian American stories that illustrate the depth and complexity of the Asian American experience. Your donation will help assure that Asian American stories are told and that our voices are heard.
Corporate sponsorship of CAAMFest (formerly the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival) provides companies a unique and cost-effective way to reach the enthusiastic and diverse communities we serve. Our Asian American audience is the ideal target market — extremely educated, affluent, technologically savvy and community minded.
Be a part of the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films! Every March, over 300 volunteers from around the Bay Area log almost 2,500 hours to make our festival, now CAAMFest, (previously San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival) a success! Festival volunteers serve in a variety of capacities, from the box office to galas and receptions, to ticket taking and driving Festival guests.