This week on LiveWire, we’re bringing in the Sacramento French Film Festival (SFFF) to talk about its Winter Fest, and the Sacramento Asian American Journalists Association with info on their upcoming mixer.
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The SFFF, organized by the Sacramento French Cultural Society, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization created in 2010, is the second largest French film festival on the West Coast. The SFFF is a unique cultural event that brings people together around films and French culture in a festive atmosphere. 

 

Held at the Crest Theatre, Sacramento’s last art deco movie palace and the only independent and locally owned movie theater in Sacramento, the Festival plays an important part in the cultural life of Downtown Sacramento.

Click For more info for the Sacramento French Film Festival.

 

 

The Sacramento Asian American Journalists Association has about 50 members throughout the Central Valley and Northern California. AAJA is a nonprofit organization of almost 2,000 professional and student members in 20 chapters across the United States and Asia.

 

 

 

They share in the mission of their parent organization, which was founded in 1981 to:

  • Encourage Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to enter the ranks of journalism.
  • Work for fair and accurate coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
  • Increase the number of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander journalists, including news managers, in the industry.

 

Click for more about Asian American Journalists Association.
Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m.  Wednesday, February 11th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org.The encore presentation airs Thursday at 7:30 p.m.