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Category: Screening

Lav Diaz’s 8-hour ‘Hele Sa Hiwagang Hapis’ to compete in Berlinale 2016

Lav Diaz’s eight-hour Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis (A Lullaby for the Sorrowful Mystery) has been officially selected to compete in the Main Competition section of the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival. In black and white and running at 482 minutes, Hele marries history, literature, and mythology as it follows an interconnected narratives during the Philippine Revolution of 1896-1897 against the Spanish. ...

Cinematheque Centre Manila to open in Ermita

Here are the screening schedules at CINEMATHEQUE CENTRE MANILA this January 2016. All film viewings are FREE admission on a first-come, first-served basis except for ‘Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon’ (P200) and ‘Esoterika: Maynila’ (P100). Born out of the need for an alternative and accessible venue for exhibiting and preserving Filipino and world cinema, ...

GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila opens 2016 with Filipino, Danish films

Celebrating the recent inauguration of the Cinematheque Centre Manila, which joins its fellow precursor Cinematheques in Baguio, Davao, Iloilo, and Zamboanga, an array of acclaimed Filipino and Danish films will be shown throughout the month of January 2016. The run of films celebrating the inauguration of the Cinematheque Centre Manila will begin on January 8 ...

French film ‘Ice and Sky’ to have free screenings at SM MOA

With high hopes for the conclusion of an ambitious, universal and legally binding framework for climate action at the end of the UN Climate Change Summit (COP21) in Paris on December 11, the Embassy of France to the Philippines invites the public to the special screening of the French film La glace et le ciel ...

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