Trinity University of Asia to hold ‘1st Ko si 3rd’ benefit screenings on November 14

Trinity Film Society, in partnership with Ohana Mnl, will be hosting benefit screenings of Real Florido’s acclaimed Cinemalaya drama “1st Ko Si 3rd” this November 14, 2016 (Thursday) at the Mandell Hall Auditorium, Trinity University of Asia.

Ticket is priced at P100 each (students and non-students/outsiders) and all proceeds will go to Ohana Mnl’s “#LetHairGo” event, which will be used for the funding of their special photoshoot for cancer-stricken children.

Screening times are as follows: 12:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM

For tickets, you can message Trinitian Film Society on their Facebook page or through mobile at 09154020800.

‘1st Ko Si 3rd’ tells the story of former lovers, played by Nova Villa and Freddie Webb, who were reacquainted after being separated for decades.

Joining Villa and Webb in the cast includes Dante Rivero, Ken Chan, Coleen Perez, Lara Morena, RJ Agustin, and Ruby Ruiz.

The film won Best Actor for Rivero at the 2014 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the Canada International Film Festival and Best Director for Real Florido at the London Film Awards 2014.

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ABOUT TRINITIAN FILM SOCIETY

Trinitian Film Society, the first and only University-wide film organization in Trinity University of Asia, sets its objective to instill a special inclination towards Philippine cinema and in enriching the cultural environment on campus. It was born out of love for the art of cinema and the initiative to serve the students.

ABOUT OHANA MNL

Ohana Mnl is a non-stock, non-profit, SEC registered organization that advocates for children with cancer. Its core members are from different universities namely, UP and UST.

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