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Honolulu (KHON2) – The Filipino Movie Competition
2019 brings film screenings and workshops to Doris Duke Theatre for a full
weekend of programming, September 14th and 15th.
Rose Churma, Filipino Movie Competition committee
member says, “We’ll be screening 4 movies throughout the competition:
Motherland, Liway, Respeto, and The Day After Valentine’s. Every movie was chosen
for the best way it explores the Phillipines’ wealthy tradition and historical past by means of the
nation’s subsequent technology of cinematic voices. Competition goers can anticipate to see
award-winning movies and tales of on a regular basis life captured with compassion and
“Liway is opening night time movie,” provides
Taylour Chang,Movie Curator at Doris Duke Theatre. “We’re
internet hosting a reception on the museum from 6 – 7:30 pm. Reception tickets embrace a
actually great Filipino dinner menu from HoMA café chef Benjamin Abes, with
drinks out there for buy. Liway will display afterward. The movie is an
inspirational, heartfelt story primarily based on the experiences of a mom and son imprisoned
throughout the 1980s. Director Kip Oebanda shall be becoming a member of us for the reception,
and can take the stage for a dialogue and viewers A&A after the
Tickets are $35 and could be bought on the
museum web site.
There’s additionally family-friendly programming throughout
Household Sunday on the museum. At 10:30 am, Native filmmaker Jeff Orig will lead a
workshop on the best way to shoot, edit, and construct a following on Youtube. That is
really helpful for folks 10 and older. Contributors can deliver their iPhone or
iPad with iMovie put in to get probably the most out of it.
Then at 12:00, you possibly can be taught to rap and
freestyle in an improv workshop with actor and emcee Jose Ver. Please be aware that
any children beneath 10 should be accompanied by an grownup. As a part of Household Sunday,
these workshops are free!
Web site: www.honolulumuseum.org