ITVS Co-Presents Two Films at CAAMFest!

Posted on March 15, 2013

For the next 10 days, the Center for Asian America Media presents CAAMFest, a celebration of film, music, food and digital media form the world’s most innovative Asian and Asian American artists.


Yesterday marked the beginning of the 2013 CAAMFest, formerly known as the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, and ITVS could not be more excited to co-present two of the films featured in this year’s festival, The Mosuo Sisters and Xmas Without China. 

This year, in an effort to transition away from the traditional film festival, CAAM has embraced new forms of artistic expression with a spirit of curiosity and adventure. Come celebrate the festival through various live events, multimedia performances, and expanded ventures into the music and culinary worlds. With such a wide variety of entertainment to choose from, Bay Area participants will be able to enjoy Asian American media in all its various forms. Be sure to check out the trailers (after the jump)!

Xmas Without China (see CAAMFest schedule for screening information)

The Mosuo Sisters (see CAAMFest schedule for screening information)


For more ticketing information and a complete schedule of events, visit the CAAMFest website.


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