Manilatown is in the Heart

A film about Uncle Al Robles premiers in San Francisco

What: Manilatown is in the Heart: A Poetic Documentary film by Curtis Choy

When: August 9th at 7:00 pm

Where: Manilatown Center Gallery- International Hotel- 868 Kearny St San Francisco

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