Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A
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
The journey of a stranded horticulturist-astronaut’s chances for survival after he crash lands on a desolate dwarf planet.
Gabe’s cousins have one last chance to tie him down in Illinois, forcing him to decide what’s more important: his family or his future.
A contractual saleslady unearths the secret to regularization.
Kayla will teach you Tagalog, the language of her homeland.
During the 1930 Watsonville race riots, a Filipina American woman seeks shelter at a diner.
Archival footage and reenactment evoke a formative moment in the life of young Imelda Marcos, the infamous wife of Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
After not seeing each other for twenty years, two friends meet for one night in Los Angeles, sparking dormant feelings never confronted in their youth.