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Muna Brothers unveil latest film project

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - Promoting local talent is all the rage this summer, but this time it's not just the people in front of the camera who are receiving recognition. The Muna Brothers have done it again with their feature-length documentary talent town, which is to premier at the 2014 Guam Independent Film Festival.

The film documents the struggle local artists face on the journey to achieve their dreams. "For artists on Guam you know there's almost no home here for us. We're appreciated, sure, supported sure but we're not organized and that's the message that I'm hoping to send out with 'Talent Town', we have a lot of tools to accomplish what it is that we want to accomplish as artists," said Don Muna.

In order to raise funds for the GIFF, the Muna Brothers are hosting a VIP and media only screening of Talent Town tonight at from 6 to 9:30 at the Cars Plus Showroom in Maite.

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