REAL REELS | A Message from the Mangyans of Mindoro

Maglalakbay ang mga Pambansang Minorya patungong Kamaynilaan ngayong Oktubre? Anong nangyayaring panganib sa kanilang Lupang Ninuno? Daan-daang Mangyan mula sa isla ng Mindoro kasama ang mga Dumagat at Pala’wan ng Timog Katagalugan ang lalahok sa Pambansang Lakbayan ng mga Pambansang Minorya mula sa iba’t ibang rehiyon ng bansa. #LakbayanPambansangMinorya   Advertisements

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LOCATING BONIFACIO

Mobile exhibit depicts Bonifacio’s continuing struggle 150 years after birth by Rogene Gonzales CALAMBA CITY, LAGUNA – Artist groups based in Southern Tagalog launched a mobile exhibit last November 4 in honor of the life and struggle of Gat Andres Bonifacio in time for his 150th birthday on November 30. Spearheaded by the Southern Tagalog … Continue reading

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Justice on Canvas

April 25, 2012, Wednesday – Karapatan-ST, in coordination with Artists’ Arrest, and other human rights groups, showed their sentiments in line with the commemoration of the 9th death anniversary of comrades Eden Marcellana and Eddie Gumanoy through an art exhibit set up just along the entrance of the crowded Redemptorist Church in Baclaran. In April 22, 2003, the two aforementioned human rights activists, following a Karapatan-ST-led Quick Response Team (QRT) investigation about reported extra-judicial killings in Mindoro Oriental, were brutally slayed supposedly by military proponents headed by Gen. Jovito Palparan and were believed to be holding evidences of oppression by the said general. After nine years and mere three days and several court studies, the case still had not been resolved, thus the continuous call for justice remained at hand.

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“43” Documentary Wins CALABARZON Film Fest

Southern Tagalog Exposure (STeX) is humbled to receive recognition for the documentary, “43” in the recently concluded PELIKULTURA: The 1st CALABARZON Film Festival at the University of the Los Baños last February 26. The film bagged the Festival’s Best Film, Best Director and Audience Choice awards all for the documentary category, respectively besting other entries in … Continue reading

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“43”

In February 6, 2010, 43 health workers conducting a medical training in Morong, Rizal were arrested and accused of being members of the communist New People’s Army. They suffered physical and psychological torture while in military custody. “43” is a short documentary on the plight of the arrested health workers. It uses shadowplay to dramatize … Continue reading

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