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Filipino Film Festival 2017 in Honolulu Museum of Art

/ 10:29 PM June 09, 2017

HONOLULU — Films that celebrate the Philippines’ distinct cinematic language, which embraces slapstick comedy, high art and conscious melodrama will be shown at the Filipino Film Festival 2017 on June 9 to 17 at the Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art.

Highlights include Across the Crescent Moon, a romance featuring the Philippines’ often overlooked Muslim community, Lav Diaz’s ambitious eight-hour ode to the Philippine Revolution, and the anticipated sequel to the hit comedy Ang Babae sa Septic Tank (The Woman and the Septic Tank).

Opening-night reception: June 9 at 6-7:30 p.m. Food by museum’s café and music and live entertainment; wine, beer, and soda are available for purchase.

Across the Crescent Moon screens at 7:30 .pm.

Tickets: $35 | $30 museum members

Film Admission: $10 general admission | $8 museum members | free for children 18 and under

Info: (808)532-6097, ddt@honolulumuseum.org, www.honolulumuseum.org

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