OFW documentary ‘Homebound’ to be shown in UP for free

/ 12:01 AM April 10, 2014

Avic Ilagan’s documentary, “Homebound,” will be screened at the University of the Philippines Film Institute’s Cine Adarna on May 2, 7 p.m.

The docu follows overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), particularly domestic helpers returning from Hong Kong.


According to the Asia Australia Arts Center in Sydney, “critical issues … are incorporated [in the docu as it] investigates the concerns [of OFWs] surrounding family, relationships, survival, poverty, gender and equality.”

Admission is free. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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