Nation / Oro, Plata, Diaspora
March 18, 2020 | 1:00 PM
Queer Transnational Love in the Time of Social Media and Globalization (2017)
In this theoretical study in video form, the filmmaker analyzes the possibilities and impracticability of queer, transnational love. Using found footage, he retraces the story of his love with the research subject in an effort to work through the trauma of ending a relationship.
Delano Manongs: Forgotten Heroes of The United Farm Workers Movement (2014)
Delano Manongs tells the story of organizer Larry Itliong and a group of Filipino farm workers who instigated one of the American farm labor movement’s finest hours – The Delano Grape Strike of 1965 that led to the creation of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW). Although the movement was known for Cesar Chavez’s leadership and considered a Chicano movement, Filipinos played a pivotal role in it. Filipino labor organizer Larry Itliong, a cigar-chomping union veteran, organized a group of 1,500 Filipinos to strike against the grape growers of Delano, California, beginning a collaboration between Filipinos, Chicanos, and other ethnic workers that would go on for years.
Marcos: A Malignant Spirit (1986)
ABS-CBN News, hosted by Angelo Castro Jr.
Containing rare footage and recorded conversations, this documentary about "the plunder of a nation" hosted by ABS-CBN's Angelo Castro, Jr. looks into "the inhuman manner in which Marcos and his henchmen systematically drained the economy [...] in their greedy and unrelenting quest for fortune."