December 28, 2015

Manila 1945: The Rest of the Story Documentary Screening and Conference

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  • Revisit history. Remember the forgotten. Revere the past. Recognize the rest of the story.


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    Be a part of history as Spyron-AV Manila joins forces with Fully Booked to screen Manila 1945: The Rest of the Story on Saturday, June 6, 2015, 5:00PM-700PM at the U-View Room in Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street, BGC, Taguig.

    Manila 1945: The Rest of the Story is a now award-winning World War II documentary film, by Bani Logroño, of Spyron-AV Manila who has won a prestigious Award of Recognition at the IndieFEST Film Awards. The documentary commemorates the 70th year since the Battle for Manila and features exceptional motion graphics masterfully blended with historical footage and photography, as well as compelling interviews with the survivors and veterans of the most destructive urban battle in the Pacific.

    Witness history unfolds its long lost stories. Take part in a Q+A panel discussion that follows the 55-minute documentary film with speakers: historian Prof. Xiao Chua and film director Bani Logroño. Be a part of the event and learn how you can help make a difference in our country.

    The documentary promotes the learning and critical understanding of Philippine World War II history, encouraging its audience to remember and discuss solutions to the problems of the present using the past.

    “Our intention for this documentary has always been to have it be seen by as many people as possible––to have this forgotten period in Philippine history be remembered,” says Logroño the young director.

    The screening is a part of the Spyron-AV Manila Roadshow, which has visited over 40 different locations and screened four different documentaries. “We are so honored to receive this award, and hope that it will help us on our mission to cure the ‘collective amnesia’ that has plagued the nation for too long.” Logroño said.

    Don’t miss this chance on seeing the past! Bring your family and friends and watch the spectacular award-winning documentary. Seats are limited so buy your tickets and pre-register today on this website.

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