The SFIAAFF is the largest film festival in North America dedicated to showcasing films by or about Asian Americans and Asians around the world. If accepted, your film will be seen by an audience that is widely regarded as one of the most sophisticated, enthusiastic and appreciative in the nation, as well as by many festival programmers, including delegates from nearly every Asian American film festival in North America who attend the SFIAAFF looking for the best in new Asian American cinema.
The SFIAAFF has helped launch the careers of many successful Asian American filmmakers including Wayne Wang, Ang Lee, Mira Nair, and Justin Lin. It also provides an opportunity for filmmakers to participate in the most exciting gathering for the Asian American film community and to develop relationships that may well turn into fruitful collaborations.
SUBMITTING A FILM TO THE 30TH SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL (March 8-18, 2012)
Early deadline – Sept 2, 2011 $25 entry fee (Withoutabox upgraded projects save $5)
Late deadline – Sept 30, 2011 $35 entry fee (Withoutabox upgraded projects save $5)
Withoutabox extended deadline (available only through Withoutabox) – Oct 7, 2011
CAAM members at the senior / student level submit for free! Limit one waiver per member. Find out more about the CAAM membership here.