New Journeys

Caring for those around us can demand we break out of the habitual to meet the moment. Whether it be fallen comrades, grandchildren, neighbors, or themselves, these characters confront their challenges with strength that can only be acquired through years of experience. Surviving and at times, thriving, these films remind us that there are always new journeys in our lives.

CAAMFest on Demand

Please purchase a ticket for our CAAMFest On Demand programs. Ticket buyers will receive a code to access the virtual screening. More instructions to view are on our CAAMFest On Demand FAQs.

Virtual programs are available for purchase and may be viewed between May 12 – 22nd, 2022 but viewers will have a 24 hour window to watch the program once you hit “play.”

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In this program


Hannah’s Biography

Directed by Patricia Lee

An eighty-one-year-old recent divorcee lives a seemingly typical life: she spends time with her daughter and grandchildren, uses the handrail when she walks down the stairs—and keeps her pastime a secret.

Ka Ho’i: The Return

Directed by Mitchell Viernes

An aging Hawaiian War Veteran grapples with the nightmares of his past in a world that seems to have forgotten him – until a voice beckons to him to encounter beyond anything he’s ever imagined.

Elvis of Laos

Directed by Van Ditthavong

After leaving war-torn Laos in late 1974, the Godfather of Lao Music joins forces with his son and granddaughter to examine the intricacies of life, inspiration, and legacy.

Zona

Directed by Masami Kawai

In a near-future where a devastating drought ravages Los Angeles and separates classes into castes, a tenacious elderly woman fights hell and high water to secure water for her neighbor.

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