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The Center for Asian American Media welcomes journalists and media representatives to CAAMFest FORWARD.

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Grace Hwang Lynch 
Content Manager
2020 Press Releases

CAAM announces CAAMFest FORWARD – October 14-18

CAAM announces CAAMFest Online: Heritage at Home – May 13-22

2020 Press Coverage

SAN JOSE INSIDE: Film Fests Go Virtual During Covid. Will Audiences Follow?

KQED: Now Playing! CAAMFest, UNAFF and Isaac Julien Brighten the Home Screen

SF EXAMINER: Wayne Wang’s ‘Coming Home Again’ a portrait of a Korean-American family

LOCAL NEWS MATTER: Pass the Remote: CAAMFest showcases family dramas and Bay Area Hip-Hop

SF CHRONICLE: Wayne Wang has another San Francisco film of family and food at CAAMFest Forward

48 HILLS: Wayne Wang weaves food and family through ‘Coming Home Again’

RAFU SHIMPO: JCCCNC Participating in CAAMFest

STOCKTON RECORD: ‘Buried alive’: ‘The Celine Archive’ uncovers young Filipina’s horrific 1932 killing in Delta

SF GATE: From Cinejoy To Asia Pacific, Drunken And Caamfest, October Brings Variety Of Film Festivals

NBC NEWS: New film dismantles South Asian stereotypes tied to spelling bee, mental health

SF/ARTS: CAAMFest Forward: Largest Asian American Film Festival Moves Online

THE MERCURY NEWS: SF Bay Area exploding with film fests in October

DEADLINE: A Jolt From Wayne Wang’s Very Little Movie

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST: Asian-American children battle cultural obstacles to pursue acting dreams in new documentary

WORLD JOURNAL: “Saving Face” Reunion in Chinese

48HILLS: 10 years later, H.P. Mendoza’s ‘Fruit Fly’ plays a very changed San Francisco

THE NERDS OF COLOR: Hard NOC Life: The Lin Mando Takeover of Disney +

BEYOND CHRON: CAAMFest Online Heritage at Home Reviews

SF CHRONICLE: Motion picture academy bestows grants on Bay Area film organizations

48 HILLS: Screen Grabs: Get in, we’re going streaming

BERKELEYSIDE: Small Screen Berkeley: CAAMFest 2020

MERCURY NEWS: Streaming movie picks: Catch CAAMFest online

LOCAL NEWS MATTER: Pass The Remote: Five Films To Watch During CAAMFest Online: Heritage At Home

KQED NEWSROOM: State Assembly Returns, Reopening Businesses, CAAMFest

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: CAAMFest is online, with Lynn Chen, music, parties — and cookies

BAY AREA REPORTER: Homing’s In: music, art, nightlife podcasts and theatre online

SF EXAMINER: Jam-packed Asian Pacific American Heritage Month goes online

SF CHRONICLE: Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month virtually in the Bay Area

SF WEEKLY: With Anti-Asian Racism on the Rise, a Local Film Festival Seeks to Create a Safe Space

BAYFLICKS: A Couple of Virtual Film Festivals

THE MERCURY NEWS: Bay Area filmmaker Alice Wu breaking ground (again) with ‘Half of It’

SF WEEKLY: Virtual San Francisco Arts Events in May

NYT: Alice Wu’s Lesbian Rom-Com Was Influential, but Her Follow-Up Wasn’t Easy

WORLD JOURNAL (PRINT DAILY): Epidemic Prevention May Asia-Pacific Cultural Month First Online Change Celebration

KCBS: Nation’s Largest Asian and Asian American Film Media Festival Goes Virtual

DEADLINE: Coping With COVID-19 Crisis: Postponed Asian American Film Festivals Work Together To Champion Representation In Wake Of Anti-Asian Incidents

SF EXAMINER: Innovative ways to view indie (and Hollywood) movies