Volunteer with CAAMFest36 Film Festival! (In SF & East Bay area)


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When

Thu May 10, 2018 - Thu May 24, 2018

Where

Center for Asian American Media145 9th StreetSuite 350San Francisco, CA 94103

About

Be a part of the nation's largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films! We are looking for fun, exciting and reliable VOLUNTEERS for CAAMFest36 2018. This year the film festival will be held May 10th-24th, 2018 in San Francisco presented by the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM).

CAAMFest volunteers help make it happen! Volunteers are essential to our festival and assist in such roles as:

  • Usher: Ticket Scanner, Line Control, Stage Hand
  • Box Office: Will Call
  • Hospitality: VIP Check-In, Guest Services, Theater Host
  • Events: Support for Galas & Events, Bartending

As a thank you, all volunteers receive exciting complimentary benefits including:

  • Festival Screening Vouchers (see wonderful films for free!)
  • Festival T-Shirt
  • A Volunteer Appreciation Party
  • The opportunity to meet and mingle with other film buffs and make friends that will last a lifetime!

Register at: http://www.shiftboard.com/caam

Questions? Please Volunteer Coordinator at volunteeradmin@caamedia.org

For more info visit: caamedia.org

CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS!

We are looking for Photographers for CAAMFest36 2018! Please email Czarina Garcia, Festival Volunteer Coordinator, your portfolio, and equipment list (must have DSLR) to cgarcia@caamedia.org. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

ABOUT CAAM

CAAM envisions a world where Asian Pacific American stories, histories and viewpoints are recognized as fundamental to the American experience.

CAAM’s mission is to present stories that convey the richness and diversity of the Asian American experience to the broadest audience possible. We fund, produce, distribute and exhibit Asian American films, videos, and new media.

CAAM was founded in 1980 by Asian American film, video and radio producers and community activists to counter the scarcity of images of Asians in film and television; correct the often-distorted portrayals of them in the mainstream media, and create opportunities for the full participation of Asian American producers in the public media. Once an association of groups around the country, CAAM is now a nationally recognized arts and cultural institution based in San Francisco, California.

Skills

Good Match For

Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Minimum of 3 volunteer shifts (approx. 12 hours)

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