Marlina Gonzalez, the new curator of Intermedia Arts' monthly "Films First Fridays" series, has a subversive streak. Consider what happened when her mother--an actress on Filipino radio soaps, as well as a screenwriter--asked Gonzalez to pen an episode for an on-air drama. "I submitted a script where the main character was mute, and the only way she could be present was through noise," says Gonzalez with a chuckle. "There was a rustling of clothes, the throwing of a glass of water on the floor. The other characters had to... More >>>
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