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Directed by Randal Kamradt

Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A

Set against the backdrop of the Watsonville race riots that set central California ablaze in 1930, Filipino American Marisol seeks shelter at Carl’s diner. Neither of them can foresee where that violent night will take them, or what secrets will be revealed.

Director: Randal Kamradt
Writer: Georgina Tolentino, Alex Fabros
Producer: Georgina Tolentino, Randal Kamradt
Executive Producer: Daniel Berhane, Ryan Bever, Tangelene Bolton, Jeremy Nocon
Director of Photography: Frederick Duarte
Editor: Roy Rutngamlug
Composer: Tangelene Bolton
Sound Designer: Jan Domino, Alain Lee Godornes
Cast: Georgina Tolentino, Ian Coleman

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With “kuwentuhan,” the Tagalog word for “sharing stories,” the audience has the opportunity to relate to a new perspective, affirm values for themselves, and reflect on personal experiences. From family birthday parties, to workplace anxieties, to beauty pageants; these films reveal the diverse threads that connect us. — Eseel Borlasa

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