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SWAMP Workshop: Filmmaking with Pete Teo

Pete Teo:  My Overall Approach To Filmmaking, and The Challenges I Face In Malaysia

SWAMP is proud to present this unique filmmaking workshop, in partnership with the Houston Society for the Performing Arts and Rice University.  We welcome Pete Teo, award-winning Malaysian musician, actor and filmmaker, who will lead an insightful, learning workshop for filmmakers and film enthusiasts.  The interactive workshop will include discussion, Q&A that address the social topics highlighted in his films.

 January 24, 1-5pm
Rice University - Rice Media Center/Rice Cinema
6100 Main Street, MS-549
Houston, TX 77005
(Admission is free for this first-of-the-year workshop)

PeteTeoMalaysiaOur partnership with Society for the Performing Arts, is part of a program of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art.  The goal of the program is where can i get cialis to establish a greater understanding between American and Muslim societies through music, art and performance.

SWAMP invites both members and viagra canada non-members to attend this special workshop which is a "No-Fee" workshop, thanks to lowest price generic levitra the generous funders who have made this possible.

Teo will hold a series of  film screenings and performances with other organizations including Museum of buy viagra canadian pharmacy Fine Arts, Houston; Episcopal High School; Sam Houston State University Woodlands Center; Jones Hall; Rice Media Center; and 14 Pews.

Teo is most notably known for his work on 15Malaysia, an innovative project featuring short films by 15 Malaysian filmmakers. Originally made for release on the internet, these films feature some of the best-known personalities in Malaysia – including actors, musicians and spiritual and political leaders. The films examine sociopolitical issues central to modern Malaysian society, from corruption and freedom of speech to racism, religion and cultural identity.

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