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Ashaar Ahmed, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Sarah Jewell, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Anders Hillgard, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Daniel Zhang, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Derek Wozniak, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Dylan Lu, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Taya Petrovska, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School
Houzayfa Zene, Shoot for Peace
Kaelyn Hart, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School
Madelyn Bockus-Murphy, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Briar Tawse-Smith, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Ayanna Allen, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts

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  • Cosplay in Manila. Thank you all for following along this week. Thank you to MaryAnn Camilleri for letting me share 'Urban Legend', my series on the legacy of the Manila Film Center in the Philippines which is currently showing at the Gwangju Biennale - @lsumulong
  • A costumed performer waits in an office at the Manila Film Center for an audition. Built by the Marcos dictatorship to originally house an international film festival, the historic site held one event before being abandoned and becoming a cruising ground for the LGBTQ community. It is currently being rented out to a Korean company called the ‘Amazing Show’ which showcases Filipino transgender performers dancing and lip syncing songs from various eras.
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Hello, this is photographer @lsumulong sharing 'Urban Legend', my series on the legacy of the Manila Film Center in the Philippines currently showing at the @gwangjubiennale. For the full story, please see the link in the bio.
  • A bridal dress blows in the wind during an engagement photo shoot on the roof of the Manila Film Center. Built by the Marcos dictatorship to originally house an international film festival, the historic site held one event before being abandoned and becoming a cruising ground for the LGBTQ community. It is currently being rented out to a Korean company called the ‘Amazing Show’ which showcases Filipino transgender performers dancing and lip syncing songs from various eras.
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Hello, this is photographer @lsumulong sharing 'Urban Legend', my series on the legacy of the Manila Film Center in the Philippines currently showing at the @gwangjubiennale. For the full story, please see the link in the bio.