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The Asian American Documentary Network, colloquially known as A-Doc, announces nine participants across two funding initiatives: the Our Stories, Our
Screen Time is your curated weekly guide to excellent documentaries and nonfiction programs that you can watch at home. Now more than ever, people are
“Hawai‘i is the extinction capital and endangered species capitol of the world,” declares Kealoha Pisciotta, a Kānaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian)
In Ben Klein and Violet Columbus’ 2022 Sundance-premiering documentary, The Exiles, the filmmakers follow filmmaker Christine Choy as she reconnects
For over four decades, 20,000 feet of 16mm-shot film sat untouched in the San Francisco home of lifetime Chinatown resident Reverend Harry Chuck. The
I always imagine Jean Tsien in constant motion, even though her work as an editor and producer usually means hours of sitting at a computer. Her films
Not too long ago, filmmaker/editor Jean Tsien kicked off a meeting of Asian American documentary filmmakers by lighting sage and paying tribute to our
This past year, a respected colleague who had attended many industry events with executives from public television noted to me how, "They choose not
During the month of May, we celebrate the culture and history of the United States' diverse and expansive Asian-American and Pacific Islander-American
Americans are planning their exit strategy from weeks of coronavirus hibernation, but there's still a compelling reason to stay home on the evenings