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WATCH: Official trailers for 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival entries

Watch the official trailers for the eight entries to the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival here.

Now on its 44th edition, the 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) will feature the following full-length films throughout the Philippines:

  1. Aurora (Viva Films / Aliud Entertainment)
  2. Fantastica (Star Cinema / Viva Films)
  3. Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles (CCM Film Productions / M-Zet Productions / APT Entertainment)
  4. Mary, Marry Me (Ten17p Films / Tincan Productions)
  5. One Great Love (Regal Entertainment)
  6. Otlum (Horseshoe Studios)
  7. Rainbow’s Sunset (Heaven’s Best Entertainment)
  8. The Girl in Orange Dress (Quantum Films / Star Cinema / MJM Productions)

Aurora

The passenger ship Aurora mysteriously collides into the rocky sea, threats an entire island and a young woman and her sister’s lives; they must survive to stay alive by finding missing dead bodies for a bounty, while at risk from visitors who seek shelter in their home.

Starring: Anne Curtis, Marco Gumabao

Directed by: Yam Laranas


Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles

Starring: Vic Sotto, Maine Mendoza, Coco Martin

Directed by: Michael Tuviera


Fantastica

Starring: Vice Ganda, Dingdong Dantes, Richard Gutierrez, Jaclyn Jose, Bela Padilla, Maymay Entrata, Edward Barber, Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte, Kisses Delavin, Donny Pangilinan

Directed by: Barry Gonzalez


Mary, Marry Me

Starring: Toni Gonzaga, Alex Gonzaga, Sam Milby

Directed by: RC delos Reyes


One Great Love

Starring: Kim Chui, Dennis Trillo, JC De Vera, Miles Ocampo, Marlo Mortel, Eric Quizon, Niña Dolino

Directed by: Eric Quizon


Otlum

Starring: Jerome Ponce, Ricci Rivero, Buboy Villar, Kiray Celis, Michelle Vito, Vitto Marquez, John Estrada, Danzel Fernandez

Directed by: Joven M. Tan


Rainbow’s Sunset

Ramon Estrella, an 84-year old retired senator, temporarily leaves his wife of six decades to take care of his gay best friend who is dying of cancer.

Starring: Eddie Garcia, Tirso Cruz III, Aiko Melendez, Sunshine Dizon, Max Collins, Tony Mabesa, Gloria Romero, Albie Casiño, Shido Roxas

Directed by: Joel Lamangan


The Girl in the Orange Dress

Anna, a conservative girl wakes up in bed in a 5-star hotel room with Rye, the biggest celebrity actor of the country and has no memory of how she got there. Now she has to avoid and escape the media and fans swarming outside the hotel, along with Cacai, her best friend who has given her whole life to loving Rye.

Starring: Jericho Rosales, Jessy Mendiola

Directed by: Jay Abello

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