Inay speaks for many when she says, ”Life is a never-ending misery.” CSEAS presents a newly subtitled film from the Philippines on 9/1.
CSEAS presents our final song of the week for Spring 2010, “Uh Oh,” featuring Taken by Cars from the Philippines.
Pisay follows the lives of eight teenagers as they go through the joys and pains of adolescence while living through the People Power days of revolt against Ferdinand Marcos. (on 5/5)
Melba is an aging prostitute who is hired by a group of friends for Nyoy, the group’s birthday boy and only virgin. (on 4/21)
Set ten years after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, Kàleldo (Summer Heat) follows the lives of sisters under patriarch Mang Rudy who is struggling to revive the family’s woodcarving business.
This dramatization of the life of Macario Sakay builds the case for a nationalist who envisioned a free and independent Philippines at a time when most leaders had opted to collaborate with the USA.
HelpAge International, East Asia Pacific Regional Development Centre, is responding to the recent natural disasters in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
Brutus follows the journey of two Mangyan children to the lowlands to deliver a load of illegal lumber and tackles several pertinent subjects such as the degradation of the forests by the proliferation of illegal loggers.
These are the crying ladies – three women who decide to accept a part-time job to be the professional mourners for a traditional Chinese funeral for the late George Washington Chua, father of Wilson Chua (Eric Quizon) in this rollicking comedy which garnered six awards at the 2003 Manila Metro Film Festival.
This talk by Victor Paz will present a periodization of the history of archaeology within the framework of Philippine historiography.