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PASILIP- a Glimpse into Pilipino Lives & Stories by Paul Rivera
September 3, 2008, 6:45 am
Filed under: Cultural Activities

First Annual GTU Filipino Film Festival offers showings every evening, Sep. 8-13, on the campus of Pacific School of Religion.

“Pasilip” (which means “to peep, to take a quick look”) is the apt name for this festival, for it gives participants a glimpse into the lives and stories of the Pilipino through film. Each evening will have a Q & A/Discussion session after the screening.

NO COVER, FREE SNACKS!

For details, contact:
Jeffrey Acido, 808.295.6787
jeffrey.acido@gmail.com

Venue:
Pacific School of Religion, 1798 Scenic Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709
Mudd Building Room 100 or
PSR Room 6 (under the chapel)

Download a flyer or postcard, or see below for synopses of the films.

Schedule

Monday, September 8, 8:00pm, in PSR Mudd 100
The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros
queer – gender

Tuesday, September 9, 7:00pm, in PSR Room 6
Anak
immigration – diaspora

Wednesday, September 10, 7:00pm, in PSR Mudd 100
Perfumed Nightmare
postcolonial – migration – development

Thursday, September 11, 7:00pm, in PSR Mudd 100
Imelda
socio-political – gender

Friday, September 12, 7:00pm, in PSR Room 6
Dekada ’70
politcal – feminist – gender

Saturday, September 13, 6:00pm, in PSR Mudd 100
Himala
popular religiosity – culture – socio-political – faith healing

[more info]

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