DISINTEGRATION 93-96 (DCP, 6min, Color, 2017)

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DISINTEGRATION 93- 96 is an essay film about the Filipino Americanun documented experience, retracing connections between 90s home movie nostalgia, post colonial identity, and the disintegration of traditional family models. DISINTEGRATION 93-96 is a pop culture meditation on hyperconsumerism and cultural erasure. Filmmaker Miko Revereza problematizes the personal questions linked with global implications, specifically the act of recording a film document without the possession of living documents.

Screenings/Exhibition History

2019: Flaherty Seminar
2019: MoMA PS1, Action Reaction Films from Flaherty Seminar
2018: Cinematografo Film Festival
2018: Filmcicle at MoCA Geffen: Community Cinema from Karachi to Los Angeles
2018: Streamed on MUBI.com
2018: True/False Film Festival
2018: International Film Festival Rotterdam Bright Future Shorts
2017: Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival
2017: Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival
2017: BFI London Film Festival
2017: DIM Cinema, Vancouver
2017: UCLA AAPI Dialogues Short Films Screening
2017: AMWA film series 01 at Los Angeles Contemporary Archives
2017: Short Film Festival Oberhausen
2017: Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival


Press kit

Email miko.revereza@gmail for screening inquiries