Four Films From CAAMFest 2017 You Should Definitely Watch

2017-03-20 17:28:21 2017-04-01 08:54:27

The 35th annual CAAMFest (CAAMFest 2017), presented by the Center for Asian American Media, has come and gone after a successful 11-day run in San Francisco and Oakland, California. CAAMFest celebrates Asian American film, music, and food, showcasing “vibrant Asian American stories and storytellers.” This year, the selection of talent and stories explored visibility and perspectives and highlighted “cultural identity, community intersectionality and political landscapes that Asians and Asian Americans constantly navigate.”

Here are just a few of the thought-provoking and innovative films from the festival you should definitely check out.

Gook

Directed by Justin Chon
Read more about it here.

Gook (CAAM)

via CAAMFest2017

Yellow

Directed by Chris Chan Lee
Read more about it here.

Yellow (CAAM)

via CAAMFest2017

AKA Seoul

Directed by Jon Maxwell
Read more about it here.

AKA Seoul (CAAM)

via CAAMFest2017

The Tenor

Directed by Kim Sang-man
Read more about it here.

The Tenor (CAAM)

via CAAMFest2017

For more information on CAAMFest, go here.