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PULE: Utak ng Rebolusyon Screens on February 10

February 7, 2016

DLS-CSB School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies [SDEAS] scheduled the premiere screening of my educational and multilingual documentary, PULE: UTAK NG REBOLUSYON / Brains of the Revolution on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 9 am. It is narrated in Filipino, subtitled in English and interpreted in Filipino Sign Language.

The film is about our revolutionary hero and political thinker, Apolinario Mabini, the Chief Adviser of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, First President of the Philippine Republic. It is about his adamance against American sovereignty over the Philippines at the turn of the century. Mabini was also the First Secretary of Foreign Affairs. A paralytic, he is considered the icon of Persons with Disability in the Philippines. A twice exceptional Person with Autism music scored the film while Deaf performers interpreted in Filipino Sign Language one of Mabini’s famous writings: El Verdadero Decalogo, for the first time after it was written more than 100 years.

Admission is FREE! The National Commission for Culture and the Arts also collaborated in the making of the film. Details are on the poster below.

Mabini_Advoc_Pule

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3 comments

  1. Utak = otak


  2. Hi thanks!!! Does it also mean “brain?” What I know is that we actually have so many words [Filipino] that are similar to yours…


  3. Yup…correct 🙂 You can tell baboy = babi, daan = jalan, ulan = bulan, langit = langit, kambing=kambing, mura= murah, mahal = mahal, mata = mata, dila = lidah, ako = aku, etc etc….as we’re one root 🙂



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