Inspired by a pre-colonial Filipino value of “shared identity” and “self in other,” Searching for Kapwa follows the filmmaker’s quest to understand and embrace his roots, as a queer Filipino-American living in a polarized America. The child of immigrants, Larry’s journey unpacks the complicated and sometimes dark history of the Philippines, including 400 years of Spanish and American colonization, and its lasting impact on the Filipino diaspora. Ultimately, the search for kapwa is about understanding the power of our histories, and finding wholeness in our complex and intersectional identities.
This June 9th Rough-Cut Screening will include snacks and a post-screening discussion with the filmmakers and guests about the film's themes, including this year's USAAF theme, Generations of Power.
Larry D. Lariosa
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Alchemy & Twine Productions is Oakland queer couple and creative partners Larry Lariosa and Terrence Marcotte. Their mission is to create art that is in service to social justice, and Searching for Kapwa is their first feature length film. Larry is a first generation Filipino-American psychotherapist and diversity consultant.
Learn more at www.searchingforkapwa.com
Sliding scale tickets available at $0-10 on Eventbrite:
1800 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102
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The SF LGBT Center is wheelchair accessible.
ASL interpretation will be available for the duration of the program.
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