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5 Filipino films in Hawaii

/ 10:00 AM September 22, 2014
A scene from Carlos Siguion-Reyna’s “Hari ng Tondo”.  Photo shows (from left) Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Robert Arevalo and Cris Villonco. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

A scene from Carlos Siguion-Reyna’s “Hari ng Tondo”. Photo shows (from left) Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Robert Arevalo and Cris Villonco. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Five Filipino films will be screened at the Hawaii International Film Festival, set from Oct. 30 to Nov. 9 on the island of Oahu. Four full-length feature films (Carlos Siguion-Reyna’s “Hari ng Tondo,” Eduardo Roy Jr.’s “Quick Change,” Zig Dulay’s “M (Mother’s Maiden Name),” and Real Florido’s “First Ko si Third”) and a documentary (Janice Villarosa’s “Shunned”) are in the lineup. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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