Charitymovie show for reconstruction of

 St.James High School in Besao.

December 22nd , Saturday 

3pm & 7pm at Besao Anglican

December 23rd, Sunday 

6pm at Sagada Anglican church    


Thismovie was invited 3 official competitions of International Film Festivls and cameback to Cordillera.

Cordilleran Family movie producedby NGO. Movie was invited by International Film Festivals and came back toSagada, Besao.

“ABONG /Small Home”

For living on theplanet earth

  111mins Drama feature movie.


"ABONG/Small Home"is an epitome of this world besieged by natural andhuman influences, poverty and affluence, mercy and intolerance.While gently depicting the life and familial bonds of a Japanese-Igorotfamily- the plentiful life of their Igorot tradition contiguouswith nature and the poverty andloneliness they face in the city - this movie splendidlyconstructs an allegorical world of satire. 

              Film critic   kyoichiro Murayama

Production “ABONG/Small Home”  Exhibition Committee Baguio
Producers   Koji Imaizumi-NPO(non profit organization) SALUBONG. (Japan)

                    Cristina S. Aban-NPO Lubong-Baguio Inc. (Philippines).

Co - producer      Philippine Information Agency, Mowelfund Film Institute  

Format:   Digital(re-edited in2006), Original was 16mm and  35mm (in2003).   English subtitled



JoelTorre, Lui Manansala Nando SanPedro,Banaue Miclat Maureen Gomez Kidlat Tahimik, Hazel Micli-ing, Nina Corpuz,Handiong Kapuno, Connie Chua, Eric Salvador. Nanding Joseph, Joey Ayala, ErmieConcepcion, Alette Dela Cruz, Ama Quiambao. MauricioDomogan, Rene Aquitania , Kawayan de Guia,Raffy&Jocelyn Kapuno. Karlo Altomonte, Wilson Capuyan, Domingo Landicho,Carmen Del Rosairo, Lopez Nauyac, Marichu Carino, Franco Bawang, Gloria Sabado, ArnelBanasan, etc.


 Supportedby : The Japan Foundation Philippine InformationAgency                               NationalCommission for Culture and the Arts-Philippines. MOWELFUND FILMINSTITUTE

It was finished peacefully. Thank you very much.
The 3rd Asia Pacific International Peace
Memorial and Forum.
Neither the right wing nor the left wing, we go forward.  
  10/24 plan
   After Magellan came to the Philippines in 1521, European ships started to come to Asia and the South Sea Islands. At that time, the Americas were also colonized by the Europeans. It was only in 1776 that North America became independent from these European countries and from then on it became the United States of America. Then later, the US joined the Europeans in colonizing the Asian countries. Meanwhile, Japan had been a close country for more than 200 years but soon it remodeled its national policy as a constitutional monarchy so that in 1889, it promulgated the Constitution of Japan Empire. In 1894, Japan engaged in the Sino-Japanese War in Korean Peninsula.
     Eventually, Japan was fast becoming the only imperialist country in Asia. On December 8, 1941 (Philippine time), the Asia-Pacific war began when the former Japanese Imperial Army invaded the British Malaya and made a surprise air raids to the American Hawaii, the American Philippines and the British Hong Kong. In the American Philippines, a few hours after Pearl Harbor attack, Baguio’s Camp John Hay and Subic US Air base were bombed in a surprise attack and the long Asia Pacific War for three years and nine months began. It lasted until August 15, 1945 when the Emperor of Japan announced the unconditional surrender of Japan to the Allied forces.
     The International Asia-Pacific War Memorial organized in 2010 is then held on the date, December 8th on the same venue where the bombs fell in Camp John Hay, Baguio City. This is to commemorate this fateful event and to provide a venue for personal stories to be heard from Filipino, Japanese, Koreans and Chinese. It is believed that awareness about the war will be widened through this memorial celebration. It is hope that the insights, experiences and wisdom shared by these people will foster better relationship among all people.  
        Sixty-seven years has passed since the “end” of the war yet the untold actual situations of the war is only starting to be revealed. There is the number (calculated from the Japanese side) of 21,996,000 people announced as the minimum number of war casualties from more than 23 countries. With these numbers, it brings us to the following questions: What was the past Asia-Pacific War like ? What was the purpose of that war and who was making it happen? To remember and console the dead people by knowing the actual situation and learning a lesson from such horrible past are among the purposes of our Asia-Pacific International Peace Memorial and Forum.
                                                                    Organizers;   Baguio City Mayor`s Office          
 University of the Philippines Baguio.
NPO SALUBONG-Tokyp / NPO LUBONG-Baguio / IYAMAN Foundation.
SDS / Research Mate Inc. / S.E.E.D.S Inc.
For more info &registration (call or text); 074-309-3766 (Iyaman), 63-093-0312-4185(Koji Imaizumi) 
 *Note: Registration should include your name, organization and contact numbers
 Funded by: NIWANO Peace Foundation and NPO SALUBONG 
(We need to ask your donation for deeper research. )     
Registration & Exhibition.  December 7th :
10 am until 5pm at University of the Philippines, Baguio at Auditorium.
Reference war movie festival;” 66 Infantry”, NHK documentaries (Japanese and English versions) and others.
The 3rd Asia Pacific International Peace Memorial
Place: Bell Amphitheater in Camp John Hay, Baguio City.
Date: December 8th 2012, enter 9am. Exhibition 9.30am, start at 10am.
     (Free pick up jeep from UP Baguio at 9am and come back to UP for lunch)
Admission: Free but needs an application. Email or call: name, organization, contact number
        Email;  Tel: 093-0312-4185  KOJI
      Place: University of Philippines, Baguio, Auditorium
      Date: Day 1-December 8th 2012,   1pm until 8 pm.
           Day 2-December 9th 2012,   (10am film show) Forum from1pm to7 pm,
3回アジア太平洋国際平和慰霊祭およびフォーラム開催のお知らせ その1
(右でも左でもなく、私たちは前に進みたいと思います) 1115
(公式スケジュール)  *プログラムはすべて英語で行われます。
127() 午前10時からフィリピン大学バギオ校講堂で受付開始。平和映画祭開催。
8() 午前9時大学集合して移動。10時からアジア太平洋国際平和慰霊祭。大学に戻り昼食。
   9() 午前は大学で映画上映。午後1時から国際平和フォーラム2
  10() 日本兵と戦ったフィリピンゲリラ隊基地キャンプ・ユートピア(カパンガン)へ日帰り旅行
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3回アジア太平洋国際平和慰霊祭およびフォーラム開催のお知らせ その2
2012年 12月8日9日
127日(金)午全10時から午後5時まで 場所;フィリピン大学バギオ校講堂
3回アジア太平洋国際平和慰霊祭 (すべて英語ですが、後方で通訳するボランテイアスタッフ募集中)
128() 9時会場 資料展示 10時開始 11時半終了後フィリピン大学講堂に移動して昼食
参加費無料、要申し込み。電話・メイル・テキスト等で人数・名前・団体名・電話番号をお知らせください。Email;  tel:63093-0312-4185 今泉光司
1.    Opening remark             6. Singing our theme song, ”Open Hands”
2.    Opening chant.              7. Antiwar peace song of praise 2012.
3.    National anthem             8. Closing.
4.    Peace messages.             9. Back to UP and Lunch time.
5.    Offering flowers
  午後1時から8時までフォーラム討論会 (軽食サービス2回あります)
初日 午後2時から
1.     アジア太平洋戦争の歴史的背景と戦争の概略とフィリピンにおける戦争の経緯。(UPリカルド・ホセ教授)
2.     コルディリエラ山岳地帯で何が起こったか? バギオで何が起こったのか?
3.     スナック休憩
4.     日本の反戦歌(俳優・竹本泰広さん)
5.     日本軍が戦ったフィリピンゲリラの拠点キャンプ・ユートピアとイゴロット部隊・米軍66歩兵隊 (リサーチメイト代表ベティー・リスティノさんと退役軍人)
6.     バギオの日系人の体験談。
7.     バギオの中国人の体験談。
8.     カンカナイ族の反戦歌の解説して唱和とテーマソング「オープンハンズ」ほかを唱和 
9.     スナック休憩
10.  ドキュメンタリーNHKスペシャル番組上映。英語版「戦場の軍法会議」
2日目 日曜の2時より
1.     東京裁判に反論したパール判事は何が言いたかったのか?(フィリピン大学リカルド・ホセ教授)
2.     戦争に関する個人的な体験談と、台湾における日本の植民地統治の実態あるいは聞いた話〈台湾人〉
3.     台湾の反戦歌紹介と唱和
4.     戦争に関する個人的な体験談と、韓国における日本の植民地統治の実態あるいは聞いた話〈韓国人〉
6. 韓国の反戦歌を唱和 (Korean student)
7.     戦争に関する個人的な体験談と、カバヤンにおける日本軍による虐殺の報告
8.     カバヤン村の若者が歌う犠牲者追悼の歌〈            Linton & Agi 2006年作曲〉
9.     日本人による戦争に関する個人的な体験談。
10.  戦争メカニズム。戦争を起こさせないために。(台湾の東海大学古川ちかし教授)
11.  スナック休憩
12.  イバロイ族の反戦歌解説と唱和、テーマソング「オープンハンズ」他の唱和 (Linton & Agi)
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