CELEBRATING ASIAN AMERICAN FILM, MUSIC AND FOOD

by Gary Meyer The range of experiences we can expect at the 37th CAAMFEST can always be expected to be full of surprises. While the Center for Asian American Media presents stories for audiences all over the country their focus is bringing the best to the San Francisco Bay Area audiences who respond with enthusiasm […]

A PICTURE IS WORTH A MILLION WORDS

by Gary Meyer Of the many film festivals I enjoy each year, the San Francisco Silent Film Festival is certainly one of my favorites. I love the fact that the Festival Directors, Anita Monga and Stacey Wisnia, curate my experience. There is only one film playing at a time and all are at the mighty […]

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN FOREVER

by Gary Meyer ON THE TOWN, ROYAL WEDDING, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, IT’S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER, FUNNY FACE, THE PAJAMA GAME, INDISCREET, DAMN YANKEES, CHARADE, ARABESQUE, TWO FOR THE ROAD and BEDAZZLED. All winners in our book.  Hollywood’s elite agree.  And yet the man who directed them all, Stanley Donen never […]

IS ROMA A GAME CHANGER?

by Gary Meyer The film industry is watching closely to see if Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA changes everything. The award-winning director clearly made his movie to be seen on the big screen in theaters with the best possible sound and projection. But it was financed by Netflix, a company that wants their films and shows to […]