Posted by: nupl | December 9, 2007

Watch “Pushing the Parameters” at the Kontra-Agos Resistance Film Festival

A message from Risa Jopson of Kodao:


Sa mga hindi pa nakapanood ng mga Kodao Productions documentaries na Pushing the Parameters at He Never Wrote ’30,’ hindi pa huli ang lahat!

Catch Pushing the Parameters to be screened at Robinson’s Galleria Indie Sine Cinema3 at 4:30pm on Monday Dec10 and 9:30pm on Tuesday Dec11. Katambal nito sa Shorts3 program ang mga short films na “Simula” (ni Ruelo Lozendo), “Binyag” (ni Mariami Tanangco), “Red Saga” (ni Kiri Dalena), “Medalawna” (nina Apol Dating at Michael Coroz), at “Putot” (ni Jeck Cogama). P50.

Meanwhile, He Never Wrote ’30’ will be featured on Tuesday Dec11 at Cinekatipunan, Mag:net Cafe Katipunan Avenue’s daily dose of film screening. Free Admission.

“Pushing the Parameters” (produced by Counsels for the Defense of Liberties or Codal) is about lawyering for the people as expounded by UN Judge ad litem Romeo T. Capulong and Atty Edre U. Olalia. This docu is a testimony to the struggles and gains of a people seeking justice.

“He Never Wrote ’30′” is about the life of Antonio Zumel, a revolutionary propagandist in the tradition of Marcelo H. Del Pilar. It was produced by the Antonio Zumel Foundation and awarded at the ika-18 Gawad CCP Para sa Alternatibong Pelikula at Video.

Thanks for supporting progressive films,


5-11 December, Indie Sine, Robinson’s Galleria
Kontra-Agos Resistance Film Festival is an Initiative of ST Exposure and Digital Cheese in cooperation with UP Sining at Lipunan and the Independent Filmmakers Cooperative. Visit For inquiries about the festival write to


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