ACAM 350 Student Film Screening

We are proud to present 8 short films created for UBC Asian Canadian & Asian Migration studies’ first course, ACAM 350: Asian Canadian Community Media. The films, which seek to engage communities in making ethical collaborations, cover a wide range of topics. Each film is between 8-11 minutes long. Light refreshments will be served. Invite your friends and family!


ACAM 350 Student Film Screening
Time: April 28th – 6:00pm
Location: UBC – Buchanan A101



Tentative Schedule:
6:00-6:30pm – Reception & light refreshments
6:35pm – Opening remarks 
6:45pm-9:00pm Films
9:00-9:05 – Closing remarks


The films:

Kung Who? Portrayals of East Asian Men in Western Media (8:20)
Created by: Mikayla Tinsley, Lara Blacklock, and Phebe Ferrer

FLAGGED (9:57)
Mimi Nguyen – Director & Composer
Cherie Au – Production Manager & Editor
Kaitlyn Fung – Sound Operator & Production Assistant
Kathy Thai – Cinematographer & Post-Production Editor

Tasting Our Way To Home (9:03)
Created by: Albert Cherng, Greta Shuting Lin, and Therise Wen Li Lee

Dr. Chung and his Dream Boat (11:17)
Created by: Emi Tasaka, Wenjie Shen, and Titus Tan

String Theory (8:11)
Created by: Amy Baumann

Sedai: Across Generations (9:21)
Created by: Lucy Komori and Connie Kadota

Assimilated (9:07)
Created by Sukhwinder Gill

Locating Our Intersections (9:38)
Created By Angela Ho, Tyler Mark, and Amanda Wan


Please let us know if you have any dietary or accessibility needs.
This event will be taking place on the traditional, unceded, ancestral homelands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) First Nation. As the land which UBC is situated on was taken without consent, we ask settlers to consider what it means to be good guests in the spaces they navigate