Invite to Premiere of Forgotten Soldiers, an American documentary
In commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Fall of Bataan, the Lopez Memorial Museum and Library and the Ortigas Foundation Library invite you to the premiere of the American documentary Forgotten Soldiers.
Forgotten Soldiers contains vintage footage of the Philippine Scouts, interviews with surviving veterans and retells the little known fact that the combined Scouts and American resistance, lasting five months, to Japanese military advances, resulted in the aborting of a planned invasion of Australia.
Both the Lopez and the Ortigas Library have significant Filipiniana titles including rare imprints, manuscripts, Rizaliana, rare maps, photo albums from the colonial period as well as current reading titles. In addition, the Lopez Museum houses paintings by 19th century Philippine masters including Juan Luna and Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo. Both libraries are open to researchers and the general public and each conduct regular lectures and workshops.
The documentary will be shown:
6:30 pm, Tuesday,
April 10, 2012
Greenhills Shopping Center
San Juan City
Tickets are PhP 500 per person and includes cocktails prior to 7:00 PM showing. We encourage prior ticket purchases since seats are limited. Please call 631-1231 local 228. For more information, please contact Ms. Fanny San Pedro or Mary Ann Pernia of the Lopez Museum at +632 6312417 or via email through firstname.lastname@example.org.