PeliKULa! Pin@y Film Series
October 4, 5-8PM
Documentary: Art for Social Change
Hip Hip Mestizaje: Racialization,
Resonance, and Filipino American
Knowledge of Self
Director: Mark Villegas
Why Filipinos, why hip hop? A coast-to-coast exploration
of Filipinos immersion in the hip hop movement, highlighting the cultural and racial impact of colonization on Filipino artists.
Sounds of a New Hope
Director: Eric Tandoc
Co-presented by ALAY
Growing up around LAs neighborhood gangs in the 90s, a young Filipino-American named Kiwi (Jack DeJesus became an MC and community organizer, using hip-hop to raise consciousness for genuine democracy.
Director: Egay Navarro
Free-thinking independent artists catapulted Baguio into a vital art center of the Philippines in the late 80s such
as Roberto Villanueva's art installation of his own cremation - outdoors, in the middle of Baguio City, mourners
circled his funeral pyre, chanting and dancing to the beat of gangsa gongs.
Director: Wilfred Galila
A haunting art film calling for environmental awareness and action in response to the largest oil spill in Philippine history.
Q&A Panel: Eric Tandoc, Suzanne Llamado (Baguio Arts Guild), and Wilfred Galila
Bayanihan Community Center
1010 Mission St. (@ 6th St.)
San Francisco, CA 94014
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|