CAAMFest Early Bird Pre-Sales Begin for MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

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SAN FRANCISCO-  Beginning today CAAMFest will release early bird ticket sales for its centerpiece presentation: Deepa Mehta’s MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN (Sunday, March 17, 2013, 5pm at the historic Castro Theatre).  Based on the celebrated 1981 novel written by Salman Rushdie, MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN tells the tale of two boys born into opposite classes of wealth and poverty, switched at birth on the day India became an independent nation. Following a world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival and a Gala Presentation spotlight at Vancouver International Film Festival, CAAM is thrilled to bring MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN to the Bay Area for its San Francisco Premiere.

 

Critically acclaimed Deepa Mehta is regarded as one of the most provocative and influential filmmakers to make an impact in world cinema. Her films are known for their bold, outspoken approach on issues of intolerance and prejudice, often evoking thoughts of cultural practices that both divide and unite us. No stranger to the CAAM family, Mehta has screened many of her previous films at the festival: FIRE (1997), WATER (2006) and COOKING WITH STELLA (2010). With Mehta, and Producer David Hamilton, in attendance at this year’s festival, CAAM is rolling out the red carpet with a very special event in her honor.

 

Early Bird Pre-sale tickets for MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN Centerpiece Presentation (Pre-Reception at 5pm and screening at 6pm) are on sale now through February 13, the date of CAAM’s official press conference, at www.caamedia.org.

 

Early Bird Pre-sale Tickets (Jan. 24 – Feb. 13):

Ticket includes Screening + Pre-Reception

General Public: $30

CAAM Members: $25

 

General Ticket (After Feb. 13):

Ticket includes Screening + Pre-Reception

General Public: $35

CAAM Members: $30

 

About CAAMFest:
CAAMFest, formerly the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), takes place March 14-24, 2013 in San Francisco and Berkeley. CAAMFest is a celebration of film, music, food and digital media from the world’s most innovative Asian and Asian American artists.
 
About CAAM:
CAAM (Center for Asian American Media) is a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. CAAM does this by funding, producing, distributing and exhibiting works in film, television and digital media. For more information on CAAM, please visit www.caamedia.org.

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