You're Invited: Screening & After Party of "A Long March" at LA Asian Pacific Film Fest!
We'd like to invite you all to the world premiere and free/donation screening of A Long March by TS Botkin at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival on Tuesday, May 10, 4pm (PDT) at the Tateuchi Democracy Forum, Little Tokyo (100 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, 90012).
Filmmaker TS Botkin, producers Amanda Upson and Benito Bautista, and composer Michael Dadap will be present at the screening, so we'd really love to see you there in LA and hang out afterwards!
There will be an after party with the film team at the FAR BAR (347 East 1st Street, LA 90012) with comp drinks (drink tickets are 1 per person) and light bites when you sign up with your email at the door.
Film and Ticket Info:
Three Filipino-American veterans trace their paths from war to erasure by the U.S. Government, marching from an obscured history to the Federal courts, right up to the steps of Congress in search of promises denied.
Reserve your film tickets here: https://festival.vcmedia.org/2022/movies/a-long-march/
To invite your friends, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/271216915227861
You don't want to miss this important film about the untold history of Filipino veterans of World War II. Please forward/share this email or the attached flyer invite, and invite your family and friends to watch.
"A Long March" and TS Botkin are nominated for Best Documentary and Best First Time Director at KPBS' G.I. Film Festival this year. If you're in San Diego this May, catch the San Diego premiere of A Long March at the GI Film Festival on May 18, 2022.
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Edwin Santos began blogging in 1995 when he was hired as Editor for the award-winning fansite, The Towne Cryer News on Renée Zellweger. He wrote about the entertainment business and film reviews of Zellweger's films until 2000.