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Christine Louie has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for over twenty years. Since graduating from UCLA in 2008, she has traveled to over 22 countries, providing humanitarian aid to 11 of these. Christine is a freelance writer, public speaker, and an advocate for underprivileged communities. Her passion for exploration and commitment to excellence drives her obsessive investigation of the best restaurants, hot spots, and creative events throughout the city. She loves San Francisco not only because it is a hub for self-expression through fashion, but also because it is a city that offers numerous outlets for generosity through volunteer opportunities.

The 29th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival

If you are a film aficionado, a huge treat is in store for you in San Francisco. The 29th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) presented by the Center for Asian American Media has returned with unconventional films and inspiring documentaries. Last year, there were over 25,000 engaged participants including over 200 filmmakers, actors, and industry guests. You don’t want to miss out on this year’s event running from March 10th-March 20th.

The SFIAAFF is North America’s largest showcase for Asian American and Asian films. Not only will there be films and documentaries by emerging and established film makers, but there will also be once-in-a-lifetime live events, a fun filled Fest forum, and a red-carpet gala that will put you on the edge of your seat. Over 120 works will be presented to highlight the best in Asian American creative expression through music, film, and media. Some of the events and films you must check out are the exclusive interview with award-winning filmmaker Ramona Diaz, the film Raavanan produced by the renowned director of Bombay, and the challenging and funny short film Living Life Large. Anyone who engages in the SFIAAFF will leave more inspired, sophisticated, and appreciative of humanity’s creative potential.

Film and event venue locations, prices, and dates vary. For more information and ticket purchases, visit the Center for Asian American Media.

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