Food brings families and communities together. AT THE DINNER TABLE showcases the power of food in our lives, from stories about restaurants impacted by the pandemic to stories from the dinner table where loved ones connect. We highly recommend watching this program with your favorite meal ready to devour.
THIS PROGRAM IS AVAILABLE CAAMFEST ON DEMAND.
Co-Presenters: Pinterest Asians, Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, UCLA Asian Pacific Alumni Association, Jewish Film Institute, Hapa Mag (Mixed Asian Media), AYPAL: Building API Community Power, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Chinese Community Health Plan
While quarantining at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, filmmaker Lina Li documents her mother preparing a meal, while the two converse about cultural differences and misunderstandings.
After being open for over 40 years, reflections and memories are shared by employees and customers alike of its impact in the Campbell River community on its last day in service.
In the first episode of a docuseries exploring the stories of Asian American Jews, several of them discuss examining their identity through memories, histories, and fusion possibilities of food from both sides of their heritages.
As the Los Angeles Chinatown’s Phoenix Bakery celebrates its 80th anniversary, the Chan family reflects back on its past, while contemplating its future.
As a young woman prepares a meal, she reflects back about both the happy and bitter memories with her mother and the unconditional love they have for each other in the meals they share.