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When the Apocalypse is Over: New Independent Philippine Cinema

Programmed by A.E. Hunt. Presented by the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). Co-sponsored by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU.

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This six-day film series highlights young Filipino filmmakers who, without leaving their history behind, have abandoned the methods of their classically trained or genre-ingrained progenitors. Many of the stories they explore imagine absurd, alienating worlds and lonely characters who long for something outside the limits of the frame. Ranging from funny to strange and sexy to unsettling, the works produced by these filmmakers offer ways of seeing Philippine myths, pasts, presents, and futures that look, move, and feel decidedly new.

The series includes nine feature-length films and five short films screened over six days at BAM Rose Cinemas.

Accessibility note: BAM Rose Cinemas is located in the Peter Jay Sharp Building, which has wheelchair accessible entrances, restrooms, and elevators on all levels. For additional accessibility information or to request accommodations, visit BAM Rose Cinemas accessibility page or contact BAM Ticket Services at 718.636.4100 or info@BAM.org.

Image: Still from Cleaners (2019), directed by Glenn Barit.

Organizer: A. E. Hunt
Venue: BAM Rose Cinemas
Address:
30 Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn, 11217 United States
Phone: 718.636.4100x1
Website: View Venue Website
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Add to Calendar 02/16/2024 12:00 AM 02/21/2024 11:59 PM America/New_York When the Apocalypse is Over: New Independent Philippine Cinema More detail: https://apa.nyu.edu/event/when-the-apocalypse-is-over-new-independent-philippine-cinema/ BAM Rose Cinemas, Brooklyn, 11217