NEVER AGAIN. NEVER FORGET.
’11, 103′, a documentary film about Martial Law survivors will have a New York City screening on September 21, 2022.
In the current political climate and the continuous fight against disinformation, the need for historically accurate films about Martial Law and its victims is greater than ever.
Enter ’11, 103′, a documentary film, just like it is titled, that follows the 11, 103 victims of Martial Law who were jailed, raped, tortured, and killed.
Written and directed by Jeannette Ifurung and Mike Alcazaren, the film will also cover the 2013 landmark law which mandated Martial Law victims to be compensated using the ill-gotten wealth of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos Sr. and his wife Imelda Marcos.
Produced by Kara Magsanoc Alikpala and Storytellers international, ’11, 103′ is set to premiere on the 50th anniversary of the Martial Law declaration. ‘The Kingmaker’ writer and director Lauren Greenfield personally took to Twitter to share this news.
11,103, a documentary film about Martial Law survivors in the Philippines by Jeannette Ifurung and Mike Alcazaren, produced by Kara Magsanoc Alikpala and Storytellers International. Watch at Paul Robeson Theater, The People's Forum, 320 West 37th Street, NYC on Wednesday, 9/21/22 pic.twitter.com/cj32ls2g14
— Lauren Greenfield (@lgreen66) September 17, 2022
Apart from their New York screening at the Paul Robeson Theater, the documentary will also premiere locally at Cine Adarna in the UP Film Center on September 21, from 3:00-5:30 PM by invitation.
A Free Outdoor screening at Bantayog ng mga Bayani in Quezon City is available for the general audience on the same date from 6:00-9:00 PM.