We heard about a cool event from friend and DC APA Film Festival alum Chris Sheridan.
Tomorrow, there will be a screening of “Give Up Tomorrow,” an amazing Filipino documentary thatThe New York Times says, “leaves one itching to understand more about the bigger picture and the political and social connections involved.”
About the film:
Murder, corruption and mystery surround this surreal true story of a young man who faced execution for a crime he didn’t commit. “Give Up Tomorrow” tells the incredible story of Paco Larrañaga whose life was turned upside down when police framed him for the murder of two young women in the Philippines. Come see the award-winning documentary the New York Times calls, “jaw-dropping” and “hard to turn away from” playing this Sunday, October 14th at DC’s West End Cinema (2301 M Street NW) at 1pm. Director Michael Collins will be there for a Q&A afterwards.
See the trailer here at www.pacodocu.com
It’s a great way to fill a lazy Sunday afternoon. Besides, all the cool kids are going.