It’s a treat for movie lovers who want to watch the best Filipino films of 2015-2016! Cinema ’76 presents Inquirer’s Indie Bravo! Film Festival from December 9 to 24 where it showcases some of the awarded local movies of the past two years.
Experience watching critically acclaimed titles on the comfort of couch seats with throw pillows in a cozy home setup at just PHP 150 each (except for the 8-hour Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis which is at PHP 300). There will also be two special holiday morning screenings of Patintero: Ang Alamat ni Meng Patalo this weekend.
Online reservation can be done through this link: https://goo.gl/fIEbqb.
Week 1 Movie Lineup
Here is the lineup of the movies on Week 1 (December 9 – 15). See the screening schedules below.
- 1st Sem by Dexter Paglinawan Hemedez and Allan Michael Ibanez
- Ang Araw Bago ang Wakas by Lav Diaz
- Apocalypse Child by Mario Cornejo
- Area by Louie Ignacio
- Bambanti by Zig Dulay
- Hele Sa Hiwagang Hapis by Lav Diaz
- Imbisibol by Lawrence Fajardo
- Ned’s Project by Lem Lorca
- Pamilya Ordinaryo by Eduardo Roy Jr.
- Sakaling Hindi Makarating by Ice Idanan
- Taklub by Brillante Mendoza
- The Crescent Rising by Sheron Dayoc
- Toto by John Paul Su
1st Sem by Dexter Paglinawan Hemedez and Allan Michael Ibanez
Ang Araw Bago ang Wakas by Lav Diaz
Apocalypse Child by Mario Cornejo
Area by Louie Ignacio
Bambanti by Zig Dulay
Hele Sa Hiwagang Hapis by Lav Diaz
Imbisibol by Lawrence Fajardo
Ned’s Project by Lem Lorca
Pamilya Ordinaryo by Eduardo Roy Jr.
Sakaling Hindi Makarating by Ice Idanan
Taklub by Brillante Mendoza
The Crescent Rising by Sheron Dayoc
Toto by John Paul Su
More movies are schedules for Week 2. Watch out for further announcements at Cinema 76’s Facebook Page.