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Two Filipino films will be shown in the World Cinema section of the 41st San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival. These are Victor Villanueva’s “Patay Na Si Hesus (Jesus Is Dead)” and Samantha Lee’s “Baka Bukas (Maybe Tomorrow).”

A scene from ‘Baka Bukas’

On the festival website, the 2016 QCinema International Film Festival entry “Patay Na Si Hesus” is described as “a touching and utterly unique seriocomic take on the family road trip” with “mischievous, queer stylings.”

Meanwhile the 2016 Cinema One Originals “Baka Bukas,” about a lesbian who started falling for her best friend, is described as “a sassy romantic dramedy in warm pastels with an easy-on-the-eye cast of up-and-comers, giving audiences a refreshing look at lesbian life from a Filipina perspective.”

“Patay Na Si Hesus” and “Baka Bukas” will be shown with English subtitles.

 ‘Patay Na Si Hesus’ (mb.com.ph)

“Patay Na Si Hesus’

Tagged as “the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world,” the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival’s mission is to “change the world through the power of queer cinema.”

It will run from June 15 to 25.

Other films for screening at the festival are “4 Days In France,” “A Date For Mad Mary,” “Against The Law,” “Apricot Groves,” “Center Of My World,” “Extra Terrestrials,” “God’s Own Country,” “Handsome Devil,” “I Dream In Another Language,” “Just Charlie,” “Love,” “Nobody’s Watching,” “Santa & Andres,” “Screwed,” “Seventeen,” “The Book Of Gabrielle,” “The Wound,” “Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves,” and “Tom Of Finland.”

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