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LOS ANGELES—Cinema Sala’s CinEskwela: Filipino Film History — Martial Law
LOS ANGELES—In celebration of Filipino American History Month, Cinema Sala and the UCLA Center of SE Asian Studies is screening the digitally restored and remastered version of the award-winning film “DEKADA ’70”, Chito Roño’s classic film about a middle class family struggling under Martial Law.
Saturday, October 22nd, 2022 4:00pm @ UCLA James Bridges Theatre
Registration is required: bit.ly/cs-vol46
In the Philippines, Lualhati Bautista’s novel used to be required reading in schools about Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship. Now in the aftermath of the May 2022 elections, it is important to learn from our country’s past in order to help with its future. After the film screening, there will be a panel of Filipino artists and experts led by UCLA’s Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies Jasmine Nadua Trice. The panelist will explore the craft of the film, Philippine history, and the politics of the present.
Parking, directions, and additional information is available in the registration link, or contact email@example.com.
This exhibit is supported by a Humanities for All Quick Grant.