Accessibility and Code of Conduct

 

For over 40 years, the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) has been dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. We are committed to providing accessible experiences for our audiences and to support filmmakers with disabilities in telling their stories.

If you would like to learn more about accessibility at CAAMFest or need accommodations, please contact events@caamedia.org.


ACCESSIBILITY

Fully captioned programs: TBD. Note that the Q&A’s for live programs in this list will have ASL interpreters instead of captions.

Selected films with subtitles: TBD.

Q&A’s with captions: TBD

Drive In Experiences: Fort Mason Center for the Arts and Culture is flat venue with accessible surfaces and ramps leading up to ADA-compliant restrooms.

How can I request an ADA parking spot?
After purchasing your ticket, send an email with an ADA parking request to events@caamedia.org.

Are service dogs welcome?
Service animals on a leash and under their owner’s control are welcome. Emotional support animals are not permitted.

Who can I speak to for additional accessibility questions?
Send an email to events@caamedia.org.


CODE OF CONDUCT

Given these unprecedented times, the CAAM team has been working hard to continue bringing stories to light by finding new and creative ways to connect with our communities. Please remember that we’re all in this together and that we should all remember to be supportive and kind through these tough times.

CAAM does not tolerate discrimination or abusive treatment by attendees, volunteers, staff, vendors, or other guests in any manner, including, but not limited to national origin, ethnicity, gender or gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, ability, veteran status, or religion. Cause for removal from CAAM events includes, but is not limited to verbal harassment, intimidation or threats, physical violence, stalking, and/or sexually explicit, suggestive, or provocative behavior. If a CAAM attendee violates this attendee policy, causes any disruption, and/or violates any other CAAM rules or policies, then CAAM reserves the right to remove the attendee, and prohibit reentry at future events.

If attendees have concerns or issues about their safety, the decorum of other attendees, volunteers, staff, vendors, or other guests, then they should contact CAAM at events@caamedia.org.