Tu Pug Imatuy means "The right to kill" in Manobo, the film follows Lumad (indigenous) couple Obunay and Dawin who are uprooted from their traditional way of life after a military encounter. Soon, they find themselves unwilling instruments in the soldiers' anti-guerrilla operations. What will it take for them to reunite with their family? Inspired by actual events, the film tackles the Manobos' struggles against environment plunder and the militarization of their communities. (Movie synopsis provided by IMDb)

Tu Pug Imatuy | In Manobo with English subtitles, 90 minutes.
Directed by Arnel Barbarona. Written by Arnel Mardoquio.

Join us! 

Saturday, May 11th from 2P-4P
San Francisco Public Library, Koret Auditorium
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Please note that the film is not suitable for children under 13 years old.
This event is free and open to the public.
Donations are welcome! All donations will directly support our Salupongan school communities and the UCCP Haran Bakwit (evacuation) Center.

Following the film, join Salupongan International for a Q&A to learn more about the Lumad and Martial Law in the Philippines.

For more information, please check out our Facebook event page. Hope to see you there!