Rush to get your tickets all you cinephiles! The 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will be showcasing the movie Amigo, a fictional, dramatic account of events on the island of Luzon during the Philippine-American War.
The film is the latest feature from acclaimed and über indie writer/director John Sayles. Rewinding the clock to 1900 during the U.S. occupation of the Philippines, Sayles tells a story about a squad of American soldiers who occupy a village and learn how to live and negotiate with the natives. The plot mainly focuses on the local head man, the "Amigo," who finds himself torn between loyalty to his family and the Americans.
The entire movie was filmed entirely on location in Bohol, Philippines.
Or... you can WIN ONE PAIR of tickets to either the September 14 or September 15 showing by answering this Jeopardy-styled skill question:
This street in Manila is named after the first American civilian governor-general of the Philippines. Eight years later he became President of the United States.
The first person to leave their answer (or shall we say, question) in the comment box below gets the tickets! *GIVEAWAY exclusive to Kapisanan VIP members only.*