CAAM Fest 2015 Features SEA Film


CAAM Fest 2015
March 12-22, 2015
San Francisco and Berkeley

CAAM Fest highlights Asian and Asian American films and is presented annually by the Center for Asian American Media, which is headquartered in San Francisco. Full-length films with content relating to Southeast Asia that will screen at this year’s film festival are listed below. For the full schedule, including film trailers and descriptions, ticketing and theater information, as well as information about short films being screened, see the CAAM Fest 2015 website. The festival also features panel discussions and music performances, including this year a music showcase featuring Suboi, a female hip-hop artist from Vietnam.

Screening venues:
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, 1881 Post St., San Francisco
Pacific Film Archive (PFA), 2585 Bancroft Way, Berkeley


As You Were
Directed by Liao Jiekai

CinemAsia / Singapore / 2014 / 92 mins / English, Malay, Mandarin with English subtitles / San Francisco Premiere

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Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll
Directed by John Pirozzi

Directions in Sound / Cambodia, France, USA / 2014 / 105 mins / English, French, Khmer with English subtitles / Color

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Directed by Ham Tran

CinemAsia / Vietnam / 2014 / 95 mins / Vietnamese with English subtitles / Color / Blu Ray, DCP / North America Premiere

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Directed by Daniel Ziv

CinemAsia / Indonesia / 2013 / 108 mins / Indonesian with English subtitles / Color / DCP, HDCAM*

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Nuoc 2030
Directed by Nghiem-Minh Nguyen-Vo

Narrative / Vietnam / 2014 / 98 mins / Vietnamese with English subtitles / San Francisco Premiere

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River of Exploding Durians
Directed by Edmund Yeo

CinemAsia / Malaysia / 2014 / 128 mins / Cantonese, Malay, Mandarin with English subtitles

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Storm Children, Book One
Directed by Lav Diaz

CinemAsia / Philippines / 2015 / 142 mins / Tagalog with English subtitles

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Directions in Sound
Directions in Sound / Concert / 180 mins

Featuring Suboi, Viet Nam’s “Queen of Hip-hop”

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