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The Center for Asian American Media has unveiled its Memories to Light web collection

Posted by November 6th, 2013

The Center for Asian American Media has unveiled its Memories to Light web collection of Asian American home movies.

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It’s finally here! Our new website, Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies is now live.


See how everyday Asian American grandparents, mothers, fathers, aunts and uncles lived and let loose through home movies spanning six decades in the USA. We invite you to watch and join in sharing our history!

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10th anniversary of “Capturing the Friedmans”

Posted by November 6th, 2013

Director Andrew Jarecki will be at a 10th anniversary screening of Capturing the Friedmans tomorrow at the IFC Center in New York

“This Oscar nominated film and Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, looks at a Long Island family torn apart by accusations of child molestation. . . .”


Alexandra Zapruder in Parade Magazine

Posted by November 6th, 2013

Alexandra Zapruder discusses her grandfather’s home movie’s legacy, in Parade Magazine.

“The granddaughter of the man who caught Kennedy’s assassination on film grapples with how he must have felt, irrevocably bound to a moment fraught with horror and loss. I never knew my grandfather Abraham Zapruder. He died when I was 10 months old, and throughout my childhood, I felt his absence . . .

The Zapruder Legacy: A Vital Witness to President John F. Kennedy’s Assassination

Call for Papers.Thinking Amateur CinemaREVISTA LAIKA is an academic journal…

Posted by November 6th, 2013

Call for Papers.
Thinking Amateur Cinema
REVISTA LAIKA is an academic journal produced by the Laboratory of Audiovisual Research and Critique (LAICA) of the Department of Film, Radio and Television, located at the School of Arts and Communications of the University of São Paulo, in Brazil. We invite contributions in Portuguese, English, Spanish and French for the special issue dedicated to Amateur Cinema.

Como colaborar | Revista Laika
A Revista Laika é aberta à submissão de trabalhos inéditos (de autoria individual ou coletiva) de pesquisadores, realizadores, professores e estudantes de Audiovisual e áreas conexas, em sistema de fluxo contínuo para contribuições em forma de resenhas, artigos, ensaios fotográficos, vídeos e podcas…

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