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Let our conversations spark the future we desire!


So that the world will know what is happening in the Philippines and understand the human cost of our government’s war on drugs. At the same time, find a creative way to link this with human rights issues anywhere in the world. And with post-screening discussions (Talkbacks) scheduled for every country where the movie will be available to watch, the conversations about the issues will continue and hopefully, effect change.

The Talkbacks:

As a critical component of the Film tour, the talkbacks sponsored by partner organizations in different parts of the world are intended to engage all who have viewed the film in safe and honest conversations. Insights, comments and questions become the springboard for exchanges of views and allow for perspectives, however different they may be, to enrich all those who participate. The hope is that the future that we all aspire may be sparked by our own conversations.

  — In December 2021, super-typhoon, Odette, severely devastated numerous areas in the Visayas region of the Philippines. Among them are communities in Negros Oriental and Cebu. CIRCA-Pintig will kick-off its 2022 Monthly Beat series with a virtual educational & fundraising event called Raising Voices: Stories from the Homefront / Climate Justice, on January 28th, 6 pm PT / 8 pm CT / 9 pm ET / Philippines Jan 29th 10am. The focus will be on the environmental crises in the Philippines and the need for solidarity and progressive action on Climate Justice. The goal is to raise a minimum of $2,500 to help at least 50 families ($50/family) return to their communities and rebuild their homes.

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In collaboration with the Filipino American Historical Society of Chicago, tune in to our Lunchtime Chat with Albany Park Theatre Project and join us as we watch videos by Digital Tapestries on Sunday, February 13th at 12pm on Facebook LIVE!



ABOUT OUR FEATURED COMMUNITY PARTNERS: Albany Park Theatre Project: Yours Truly Immersive theater in an envelope, delivered to your door by the USPS. As an audience member for this innovative new performance experience, you’ll receive four pen pal letters from Tala, a high-school junior who loves writing, music, doodling, and her Filipina heritage…and who is about to discover a family secret. Yours Truly will immerse you in the journey of an Albany Park teen navigating family relationships, cultural identity, adolescence – and a pandemic. Each envelope will also include art and music created by APTP teen artists – and special surprises sure to warm your heart. Yours Truly is inspired by a real-life story, crafted by APTP’s teen ensemble, and directed by Devika Ranjan. For more info:   New Community Partner: Digital Tapestries We are excited to announce that Digital Tapestries’ film, Healing, has been selected in the Toronto Independent Festival of CIFT as Best Experimental Short in their August ‘21 competition. Since its inception in November 2015, this festival has featured the best of short and feature films in contemporary cinema. By combining montages with narrative storytelling, Healing explores the isolation fostered by the pandemic, with particular attention to the paradoxical complexities of connection and disconnection created by healthcare systems and technological innovations. Healing | Healing Series Part 1 As vaccines became more accessible, we worked on our first film in over a year with an actor, a grateful surprise that we couldn’t have expected. Healing explores through montage and narrative internal feelings of emptiness and disconnection. Particularly, during the isolating times of the pandemic, where healthcare systems and technological innovations added paradoxical complexities of connection and disconnection. Additionally, as a therapist I have often wondered where the line is between the therapist and the patient or client? We hope that Healing can be a space for the viewer to discover their own possibilities of healing.  

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Digital Tapestries creates digital media and curates visual-arts experiences to help people who are experiencing mental and emotional issues. We hope to create awareness for healing through art and encourage empathy for stronger human connections.




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Imagery – Hart Ginsburg

Editing & Sound – Ivan Contreras

Music – Benjamin Thomas

Vocals – Liana Gonzalez

Cast – Donato Cruz