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Guide to the Asian CineVision Records TAM.416

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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

Collection processed by I-Ting Emily Chu

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on June 19, 2019 using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

 Edited by Heather Mulliner to reflect inclusion of 2017 accretion Edited by Shiva Addanki to reflect inclusion of 2018 accretion.   , August 2017 , November 2018

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Asian CineVision (Organization).
Source - dnr: Woo, John C.
Title: Asian CineVision Records
Dates [inclusive]: circa 1975-2006
Abstract: Asian CineVision (ACV), founded by grassroots media activists in New York's Chinatown in 1976, is a non-profit media arts organization that develops, promotes and preserves media made by or about peoples of Asian descent. ACV initiated the weekly, cable-access Chinese Cable Television (CCTV), 1977-1983, which covered a broad range of community-interest issues such as local politics, education, language, housing, labor and healthcare. Beginning in 1978, ACV sponsored the Asian American International Film Festival (AIIFF). ACV also publishes the Asian American media arts journal CineVue. This unprocessed collection consists of three series: I, Administrative Files of Asian CineVision; II, Research Files; III, Video Recordings in various formats from Chinese Cable Television (CCTV), and the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF).
Quantity: 314.25 Linear Feet in 313 record cartons, 1 legal manuscript box, 1 half manuscript box, 1 CD box, 1 poster tube, 1 oversize roll, and 1 oversize folder in a shared box.
Location: Materials are stored offsite and advance notice is required for use. Please request materials at least two business days prior to your research visit to coordinate access.
Language: Materials are mostly in English, with some materials in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Arabic.
Call Phrase: TAM.416