WATCH: Young Muslim Filmmakers Take Control of Their Stories
Participants in the Center for Asian American Media’s Muslim Youth Voices Project captured their realities and imaginations in a series of newly released films.
'The Chinese Exclusion Act' Documentary Explores Roots of Xenophobic Policy
Co-director Li-Shin Yu: “This is essentially who were are, but is this who we want to be?”
Arthur Chu Answers His Toughest Question Yet in Documentary
“Who is Arthur Chu?” follows the 11-time “Jeopardy!” champion as he fights racist trolling and wrestles with his newfound celebrity.
WATCH: Doc Tells Story of Japanese-Americans' 'Resistance at Tule Lake'
The film highlights the actions of Japanese Americans who refused to submit to the United States government’s insistence on allegiance during World War II.
How The Child of Chinese Immigrants Led the Charge for Birthright Citizenship in the U.S.
A new clip from “The Chinese Exclusion Act,” an upcoming PBS documentary, highlights how Wong Kim Ark took his battle for American citizenship to the Supreme Court.
#FundraiserFriday: 'Who is Arthur Chu?' Depicts 'Jeopardy!' Champion Fighting Model Minority Stereotypes
The upcoming documentary on the 11-time “Jeopardy!” winner follows Chu’s personal evolution from game show winner to culture critic, reconnecting with family and bucking racist expectations along the way.
WATCH: Check Out 'Off The Menu,' a New Documentary on Asian-American Cuisine
“Off the Menu” was directed by Grace Lee, the filmmaker behind the acclaimed Grace Lee Boggs documentary.
Center For Asian American Media Announces 2015 Documentary Fund Awardees
The Center for Asian American Media is lending its support to four films that illuminate various aspects of the Asian-American experience.