The pandemic has interrupted the world including the protagonists in this shorts program.
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THIS PROGRAM IS ON DEMAND AND INCLUDES Q&A.
In this powerful and emotional short documentary, Mary, a young Chinese Canadian medical student is attacked during the Covid-19 pandemic.
During a quiet afternoon, a Muslim American woman’s life is interrupted when she meets a pregnant homeless woman. When the police arrive, things quickly escalates and not everything is as it seems. OFF DUTY is a powerful and timely story by award-winning director and actor, Shetal Shah.
Filmmaker Nelson Kim (SOMEONE ELSE) is back at CAAMFest with his new short film, THE COMPLAINT.
This charming and humorous film, a very unofficial ice cream van rolls into a church parking lot and…
Circa 1977. When his grandmother is falsely accused of stealing a tube of lipstick, a Vietnamese boy named Binh must try to diffuse the rising, heated altercation.
CAAMFest’s Spotlight Alum Valerie Soe is back with a powerful documentary that shines a light on the Auntie Sewing Squad, a group of mostly women of color volunteers who came together following the U.S. government’s botched response to the COVID-19 crisis.