Jon Jang rsvped +2 for Legacy and Lineage: A Film Screening & Artists Showcase 2020-04-28 17:53:02 -0700
APICC presents Legacy and Lineage, a series of short films profiling the unique journeys of 5 Asian American community artists - Sammay Dizon, Genny Lim, Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Sami See, Francis Wong - whose works consistently place community at the center. The films explore the reasons that drive these outstanding artists and legacies that may point to the direction of the future of Asian American artists in San Francisco.
Co-presented by the Center for Asian American Media, the series will be premiering on demand for CAAMFest, May 13-23, 2021!
Isabelle Thuy Pelaud
Short Film Production Team
Related showcase to be curated by Kim Arteche
Online Premiere Dates
Sammay Dizon - Released May 18, 2020
Sami See - Released May 29, 2020
Francis Wong - Released June 3, 2020
Isabelle Thuy Pelaud - Released June 11, 2020
Genny Lim - Released June 19, 2020WHENMay 13, 2021 at 12am - May 23, 2021 at 12amWHERECAAMFest
San Francisco, CA 94115
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Jon Jang donated 2019-04-09 11:45:47 -0700
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