A notice on holiday hours at the Philippine Consulate General of San Francisco.Read More
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and the Diocese of San Jose, along with Santa Clara University, community leaders and faith leaders, are informing DACA recipients, their families, and the undocumented community that they must not give up hope that they can have a path to citizenship.Read More
The very first Cinematografo International Film Festival (CIFF) opened its inaugural year with a four-day exhibit of 28 films that echo the voices that tell the stories of Filipinos and Filipino-Americans.
Opening night at the AMC Dine-In Kabuki 8 Theaters saw a parade of filmmakers, celebrities, government officials, community leaders, and guests walking the red carpet just before the U.S premiere of Loy Arcenas’ “Ang Larawan”(The Portrait). Director Arcenas, Lead Actor Rachel Alejandro, Producer Girlie Rodis, and Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, who wrote the music, were in attendance and participated in a Q&A with the audience right after the screening.Read More
Mapúa University, the premier engineering and technological school in the Philippines, is offering the first fully online graduate engineering program in the country, the Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering (MEP-IE) beginning January 8, 2018.Read More
The AAMC seeks to strengthen the Asian American music industry by equipping aspiring individuals with relevant skills and knowledge, while bringing together established music professionals and companies to develop key relationships.Read More
Cinematografo happens on November 9-12 at the AMC Dine-In Kabuki 8 Theatres in Japantown. That will be a four-day exhibition of screenings, panels, and intimate industry networking that will feature narratives, documentaries, and short films from North America and the Philippines from Filipino and Filipino-American filmmakers.Read More