Posts Tagged ‘Event’

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5th International Silent Film Festival Manila.

August.21.2011

Now in its fifth year, the Goethe-Institut Philipinen, the Japan Foundation, Manila, Instituto Cervantes, the Embassy of Italy and together this year with the Embassy of Greece, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts of the Philippines and the Society of Filipino Archivists for Film present the 5th International Silent Film Festival Manila. (Facebook Event) Read the rest of this entry ?

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The Love Yourself Benefit Screening: “Sayaw” and “Zombadings”.

August.20.2011

The Love Yourself Project presents: (Facebook Event)

The Love Yourself Benefit screening of Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa and Zombadings.

Details:

August 23, Tuesday at SM Megamall
7 PM – Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa
9 PM – Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington Read the rest of this entry ?

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Club.MOV: The Idiot’s Guide To Heartbreak 6.

August.2.2011

.MOV International Film, Music, & Literature Festival presents (Facebook Event)
Club.MOV: The Idiot’s Guide To Heartbreak 6

Location

Mogwai Cinematheque, Cubao Expo
General Romulo Avenue, Araneta Center, Cubao
Quezon City, Philippines
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UPFI Film Center This August 2011

August.1.2011


UPFI Film Center this August 2011 (Facebook event)

The UP Film Institute announces its main slate of screenings for August 2011 all at the UPFI Film Center. Cinemalaya fever continues with the Netpac Best Film Winner, Benito Bautista’s Boundary; the premier state university’s premiere of Cinemalaya’s closing film, Jade Castro’s Zombadings and a selection of outstanding student films under the Best of UPFI banner. The national cinemas of Japan and Brazil are in showcase respectively with Eiga Sai and the Brazil Film Festival. In commemoration of the National Heroes Month is the special run for Mario O’Hara’s Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio. More films further comprise the month’s features accordingly for Back to Classics, Untitled/Visions and Spotlight on Docus. Tudla Productions’ Pandayang Lino Brocka Political Film and New Media Festival now on its third year complete the month’s screening highlights. Over at Ishmael Bernal Gallery are exhibitions by U.P. and U.E. Fine Arts students, a photo installation by Buen Abrigo & Sam Kiyoumarsi and recent British video art. Read the rest of this entry ?

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PETA Theater Center films for the next two weeks.

November.10.2009

Ded Na Si Lolo film poster.

Here’s a news find I found yesterday, read on if you’re interested with films such as C Mo Si Direk, Ded Na Si Lolo, Kamoteng Kahoy, or Fuchsia. Read the rest of this entry ?