Documentary filmmaker Jan Schradie will appear tonight at 7:30 at the Asian Pacific American Legal Center (1010 S. Flower St., at Olympic Boulevard), with a screening of her and Matt DeVries' "The Golf War." This potent 35-minute work-in-progress investigates what looks to be a classic land grab in the Philippines: Closely associated developers and government officials are trying to displace 7,500 peasant farmers from their ancestral land, an unspoiled coastal region called Hacienda Looc, conveniently close to Manila. They intend to build a vast tourist resort, including a yacht marina and four golf courses, but have met with unexpected resistance from the peasants, backed by the New People's Army. Tiger Woods shows up for an exhibition match at the Mimosa Golf Course 100 miles north of Manila not realizing that by promoting the game of golf that he's helping promote the Hacienda Looc development. Schradie and DeVries have a nearly completed bombshell of an expose on their hands that could stand as Exhibit A in the argument for the motion picture academy to retain its short documentary category in the Oscars. Screening information: (213) 625-7705.