HE(ART)BEATS SHORTS

Art has the power to inspire and heal communities. In these diverse shorts, we see how art impacts the audiences and the artists themselves.

THIS PROGRAM IS AVAILABLE CAAMFEST ON DEMAND AND INCLUDES Q&A. 

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Co-Presenters: Asian Pacific Islander Cultural CenterChinatown Community Development CenterQWOCMAPChinese Historical and Cultural ProjectChinese Culture Center of San Francisco

In this program


BREATHE (HINGA)

Directed by Sammay Dizon

BREATH (HINGA) is a performance ritual film and time capsule honoring the sacred grief, life force, and resiliency of the Bay Area Pilipinx community during COVID-19.

MAIA CRUZ PALILEO: BECOMING THE MOON

Directed by Ligaiya Romero

Filmmaker Ligaiya Romero explores the life and work of Maia Cruz Palileo, the multi-disciplinary, Brooklyn-based artist who examines themes of migration and the permeable concept of home in her works.

CITRIC ACID

Directed by Elenie Chung

In this powerful and dream-like film, Aino and Yu Xing are two best friends and working fine artists.

CHINATOWN PRETTY

Directed by Roy Chan

In San Francisco, Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) is using storytelling and arts projects highlighting the lived experiences…

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