GUSTO mo bang mag-immerse sa iba’t ibang dokyumentaryo na tumatalakay sa mga importanteng parte ng kasaysayan ng Pilipinas? Ang Daang Dokyu ang kauna-unahang Filipino Documentary Film Festival sa bansa. Hindi man natuloy ang orihinal na pagpapalabas noong Marso, nagawan naman ng paraan ng masisipag na organizers na matuloy ito sa ibang plataporma.
Ang Daang Dokyu ang nag-umpisa noong September 21 at magtatagal hanggang Nobyembre. Iba-iba ang main theme kada linggo. Mula October 2 hanggang 8 ay nakapokus ang online film festival sa ‘Ecology’.
Kung nabitin kayo sa aming seleksyon sa unang parte, narito na ang pito pang pelikula na inyong matutunghayan ng libre sa Daang Dokyu!
Pinatubo: Pagbangon Mula sa Abo (2011)
prod. ABS-CBN News, hosted by Noli de Castro
In this special report, ABS-CBN host Noli de Castro looks back twenty years later on the catastrophic eruption of Mount Pinatubo in June 1991, putting together video footage of the days leading up to the tragedy and recollections of survivors years after it. With characteristic accessibility and emotional force, it covers a wide spectrum of discourses ranging from the abuse of nature and displacement of natives to the spirit of community and resilience in one of the darkest times in Philippine history.
Rating: PG 13 7 mins
Someday, the sea will devour our land. Balud is a response to Typhoon Haiyan, which wiped out the director’s hometown in November 2013.
Ang Pagpakalma sa Unos (2020)
Rating: PG-13 19 mins
Intertwining myths and video diaries, Ang Pagpakalma sa Unos (To Calm the Pig Inside) ponders on the devastating impact of Typhoon Yolanda on Tacloban.
Tungkung Langit (2013)
Rating: PG 13 20 mins
Apolonio, 12, and Analou, 9, lost their parents and three siblings to Typhoon Sendong, which devastated Iligan City in Northern Mindanao. The title refers to the god in the Panay epic whose tears become rain. But in this short film, the two young children do not weep. They speak to each other of their trauma — through play and in the smallest of whispers before falling asleep — small but significant means by which they heal.
The War We Were Not Taught About (1994)
Rating: PG 13 113 mins
The narratives of Filipinos and Japanese soldiers who lived through the Japanese Occupation trace the destructive effects of the war that lasted decades after.
Bird Hunt (2019)
The Atom Araullo Specials, prod. GMA Network
Rating: G 43 mins
In this special documentary by Atom Araullo, he explores the many endangered bird species in the country, covering important environmental issues such as poaching, mining, and deforestation.
Bullet-laced Dreams (2020)
Kristoffer Brugada and Charena Escala
Rating: PG 13 29 mins
Bullet-laced Dreams follows the Lumad children in Mindanao as they escape from military rule due to the incessant armed conflicts between the government & communist rebels. Rising tensions pushed these kids to transfer from place to place just to continue their schooling. The conflicts separated 14-year old Chricelyn Empong from her family, but she vows to fight for her right. In the evacuation site, Chricelyn & her classmates continue studying and protest for the end of martial law so they could go to back to their homeland. She says the only way to regain their way of life is to defend their right to education. (Philippine Premiere)
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