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Power of bodies/ Bodies of power: Women as tropes of the nation in Kenneth Dela Cruz's "Sa Pagpula sang Lawod"

Power of bodies/ Bodies of power: Women as tropes of the nation in Kenneth Dela Cruz's "Sa Pagpula sang Lawod"

ERK productions and Taytay Productions, in collaboration with the University of the Philippines Visayas’ much awaited film project “Sa Pagpula sang Lawod” written and directed by Kenneth Dela Cruz with Creative Direction by Kevin Pison Piamonte renders the plight of the fisherfolk amidst internal and external maelstroms. The film slowly builds its narrative by incorporating poetic interludes, montages of the sea, and deep silences that highlight its melancholic imagery. In the middle of this black and white world stands a family of three: Mila, Lito, and Mayla, whose interconnected struggles reveal the undying discourse of “the personal is always political.”The film unfurls from three different points of view as the characters navigate their lives and ponder on their struggles, while trapped in the crossroads of poverty and the looming threat of Chinese-Filipino maritime conflict. 

Part 2: Chancellor Camposano, 120 days later

Part 2: Chancellor Camposano, 120 days later

The conversation continues as we learn more about what UPV Chancellor Dr. Clement Camposano has in store for the community and where UPV is heading. 

Chancellor Camposano, 120 days later

Chancellor Camposano, 120 days later

One hundred twenty days since he assumed office, Dr. Clement Camposano shares how his life has been as chancellor of UP Visayas.

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