[Event] CALL HER GANDA documentary film on Jennifer Laude screens on the eve of her 4th death anniversary

CALL HER GANDA documentary film on Jennifer Laude screens on the eve of her 4th death anniversary

WHAT: Film Screening of CALL HER GANDA followed by a panel discussion; Candle lighting to commemorate Jennifer Laude’s death anniversary

WHEN: October 10, 2018 | 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

WHO: Organized by DAKILA through Active Vista, and Youth Against Sexual Harassment (YASH)

WHERE: UP Cine Adarna, Diliman, Quezon City

WHY: In commemoration of Jennifer Laude’s 4th year death anniversary

This October 10, 2018, on the eve of Jennifer Laude’s death, Dakila through Active Vista, and Youth Against Sexual Harassment (YASH), in partnership with the University of the Philippines Film Institute, shall be commemorating her death through a special screening of CALL HER GANDA, at 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Cine Adarna, UP Film Center, UP Diliman.

A candle lighting activity will be held before the screening to remember Laude and to support the campaign against the extreme violence and discrimination that transwomen face around the globe. A symbolic blank tarp will be hung in front of the doors of the theater for the audience to show their solidarity by signing their names in calling for the immediate and final resolution of the Supreme Court for Laude’s case. A document translation of this act will be submitted to the Supreme Court.

After the screening, Virgie Suarez, Laude family lawyer; Naomi Fontanos, LGBT advocate; Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala, producer, CALL HER GANDA; and Malou Laude, Jennifer’s sister; will be present for a panel discussion.

Tickets cost P150. Part of the proceeds of the ticket sales will be donated to the legal fund of the Jennifer Laude case and campaign

Synopsis of the film: When Jennifer Laude, a Filipina transwoman, is brutally murdered by a U.S. Marine, three women intimately invested in the case–an activist attorney (Virgie Suarez), a transgender journalist (Meredith Talusan), and Jennifer’s mother (Julita “Nanay” Laude)–galvanize a political uprising, pursuing justice and taking on hardened histories of U.S. imperialism.

DAKILA is a group of artists, students, and individuals committed to working together to creatively spark social consciousness formation towards social change.

Learn more at dakila.org.ph and facebook.com/Dakila.Philippines

ACTIVE VISTA is a human rights education platform to empower audiences in bringing about relevant social change. By showing and creating films that address core human rights messages, it aims to stir critical thinking among its audience as a step towards their education as citizens.

Learn more at facebook.com/ActiveVista

Youth Against Sexual Harassment (YASH) is a non-stock, non-profit, and politically-unaffiliated women’s organization that aims to combat sexual harassment, and other forms of abuse against women.. Learn more at facebook.com/yashorgph/

Media Contact:
Alyssa Suico
activevista@dakila.org.ph
0917 543 1022

Shara Landicho
yashorgph@gmail.com
+63 917 900 2080

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