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Documentary Showing: The Insular Empire


Guam Museum Theater
Thursday, August 3rd, 11:00 AM


Documentary Feature | USA | 60 min.
THE INSULAR EMPIRE is a one-hour PBS documentary about America’s colonies in the wester Pacific. Six thousand miles west of California, the Mariana Islands include the U.S. Territory of Guam and the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (or CNMI). From the beaches of Guam to the White House, THE INSULAR EMPIRE is a story of loyalty and betrayal, about a patriotic island people struggling to find their place within the American political family.

Director/Producer: Vanessa Warheit
Featuring: Hope Cristobal, Sr., Carlos Taitano, Lino Olopai, Pete A. Tenorio

The Theater

The Museum Indoor Theater

Our indoor theater offers state-of-the-art audio/visual technology with a seating capacity of 156 guests in air-conditioned comfort. Our video projection system can accommodate any format for video presentations and our exceptional surround sound audio system can accommodate any format for audio presentations. The stage area also provides excellent opportunities for small theatrical and musical performances as well as lectures, panel discussions and formal presentations. Wireless and wired microphones, podium, lighting, and internet connectivity are also available. A technician can be made available to assist you. The theater has a separate access from the main museum hall and a small lobby space with restroom facilities. Food and beverages are not allowed in the indoor theater.

  • 4,860 square feet
  • 156 Seating capacity
  •  Digital Projection System
  •  Surround Sound system
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