For Angeli Bayani, this also meant scrambling for five gowns for red-carpet events
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Philippine Daily Inquirer
May 13, 2013 | 8:49 pm
Note: Angeli Bayani plays the female lead role, as Julie de Lima, in “The Guerrilla Is a Poet”–the film about Amado Guerrero (Jose Maria Sison). She stars in the Filipino film “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan”, and in the Singaporean film, “Ilo-ilo”. Both are entries in this year’s Cannes film festival, May 16-26, 2013.
It hit Angeli Bayani that she had nothing to wear for the Cannes fest only after securing a French visa last week.
“I realized that I had to attend at least five red-carpet events there,” she said.Read more
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In the era of Occupy Wall Street, continuing US war and militarization overseas, and the worst global economic crisis in history, the work and writings of Dr. Jose Maria Sison on socialism, imperialist globalization, and peoples movements for national and social liberation prove to stand the test of time in their relevancy, including the 40+ year demonization campaign of US imperialism against him. Despite his listing as a so-called foreign terrorist by the US State Department, Dr. Sison is a well-respected poet, author, lecturer, former political prisoner, anti-imperialist activist, revolutionary and remains actively involved in peoples struggles against US foreign policy and for democracy. He is currently the international chairperson of the International League of Peoples Struggles (ILPS), a global formation of more than 350 organizations from 40 countries promoting, supporting and developing the anti-imperialist struggles of the peoples of the world. Dr. Sison has been living in political exile in the Netherlands for more than 25 years.Read more