Cinema ’76 celebrates Pride Month with 11 Filipino LGBT movies at 150 pesos each

On June 23-29, celebrate Pride Month at Cinema ’76 with these 11 Filipino LGBT movies. Enjoy the screenings for just 150 pesos each. Ang Huling Cha-Cha ni Anita by Sigrid Andrea Bernardo [R-16] Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros by Auraeus Solito [PG] Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa by Alvin Yapan [PG] Bliss by JerroldContinue reading “Cinema ’76 celebrates Pride Month with 11 Filipino LGBT movies at 150 pesos each”

Celebrate Independence Day with free screenings of ‘Heneral Luna,’ ‘Bonifacio’ at Cinema ’76

In celebration of the 119th Philippine Independence Day, indie hub Cinema ’76 will hold free screenings of “Heneral Luna” and “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo” on June 12. These historical films showcase the patriotic life of Filipino heroes General Antonio Luna and Andres Bonifacio respectively. June 12 (Monday) 12:00 PM — Heneral Luna 2:00 PM — Bonifacio:Continue reading “Celebrate Independence Day with free screenings of ‘Heneral Luna,’ ‘Bonifacio’ at Cinema ’76”

For the first time, you can watch ‘Vince & Kath & James’ for just 150 pesos at Cinema ’76!

2016 MMFF entry Vince & Kath & James is the latest addition to the growing features from indie hub Cinema ’76. This teen romantic movie joins 2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten by Petersen Vargas and I’m Drunk, I Love You by JP Habac from March 31 (Friday) to April 6 (Thursday). Tickets are priced at 150 pesos each andContinue reading “For the first time, you can watch ‘Vince & Kath & James’ for just 150 pesos at Cinema ’76!”

Indie fans, time for movie marathon at Cinema ’76 for just P150 each!

From March 17 (Friday) to March 23 (Thursday), indie hub Cinema ’76 will feature four audience-favorites in their lineup: 2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten by Petersen Vargas Baka Bukas by Samatha Lee I’m Drunk, I Love You by JP Habac* Sakaling Hindi Makarating by Ice Idanan (*Preceded by Angelito by Jerrold Tarog. This 20-minute shortContinue reading “Indie fans, time for movie marathon at Cinema ’76 for just P150 each!”

Watch ‘Ang Kwento Nating Dalawa’ for just 150 pesos in this cozy micro-cinema

Due to insistent public demand, audience-favorite Ang Kwento Nating Dalawa is back at Cinema ’76 this January! Tickets are priced at 150 PHP apiece. For almost a year now, this ‘micro-cinema’ on Luna Mencias St., Addition Hills, San Juan (near Shaw Boulevard) has been a hub for local indie film lovers. In line with its forthcomingContinue reading “Watch ‘Ang Kwento Nating Dalawa’ for just 150 pesos in this cozy micro-cinema”

Indie fans, watch best Filipino films at just P150 this December

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 pillowsContinue reading “Indie fans, watch best Filipino films at just P150 this December”

Cinema ’76 holds fundraising screening of Jadaone’s ‘Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay’

The film industry lost one of its screen legends with the recent passing of Lilia Cuntapay. Known for her numerous roles in several horror films, Cuntapay passed away on August 20 due to a spinal cord illness. This was weeks after the screen veteran appealed for aid to help fund some of her medical expenses.Continue reading “Cinema ’76 holds fundraising screening of Jadaone’s ‘Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay’”

GUIDE: Cinema ’76 Film Society screenings in April 2016

San Juan, Manila — Cinema ’76 Film Society is the latest addition to Metro Manila’s ever-growing list of cinemas. Located at 160 Luna Mencias Brgy. Addition Hills, San Juan City, Cinema ’76 is a micro-cinema dedicated to bringing the latest Filipino independent films as well as English and foreign-language films to its discriminating movie audience.Continue reading “GUIDE: Cinema ’76 Film Society screenings in April 2016”