Watch Pinoy Sunday at SF’s Taiwan Film Days

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2011
Time: 3:30pm – 6:30pm
Location: SF Film Society | New People Cinema
Address: 1746 Post Street (Webster/Buchanan), San Francisco, CA
Facebook event pages: (TAP-SF) (FAPA-YPG)

Join Taiwanese American Professionals – SF / Bay area (TAP-SF) and the Formosan Association for Public Affairs – Young Professional Group (FAPA-YPG) at the movie screening for the comedy, Pinoy Sunday, at the Taiwan Film Days festival hosted by the SF Film Society! Come see the movie for which director Wi Ding Ho won Best New Director at the Golden Horse Film Festival Awards Ceremony. Purchase your tickets online through the SF Film Society website at the link below.

Stay after the movie for some delicious dinner with fellow TAP and FAPA members at (TBD) in Japantown. Please RSVP for the dinner at the link below.

Movie synopsis:
In this charming comedy, two Philippine immigrants who have come to Taipei lured by the promise of a better life are laboring under the strict regulations of the factory where they work. On their one day a week of freedom they come across a discarded red sofa. Determined to bring it back to their foreign workers dorm before curfew with no means of transportation, the two begin a humorously epic journey across town.

***** RSVP for dinner here *****

***** Purchase your tickets here *****
* Note: Other films in the Taiwan Film Festival have sold out, so don’t delay!

For more information about the Taiwan Film Days festival, visit the SF Film Society website here:

About TAP
TAP enhances the Taiwanese American community by networking individuals interested in professional and career development, while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American identity. TAP provides resources and programs that inspire and empower; develop and support professionals to become community-oriented leaders.

The Formosan Association for Public Affairs Young Professional Group is a national organization that promotes international recognition of Taiwan’s right to peace, democracy, and self-determination through education and advocacy.

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