GUIDE: Moviemov: Italian Film Festival 2016

The 4th Moviemov: Italian Film Festival will run from November 12 to 16 at the Cinematheque Centre Manila. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Films will be screened with English subtitles. Featured Films The vibrant and diverse lineup of Italian films were produced in 2015 and 2016. This year’s festival includes the following:Continue reading “GUIDE: Moviemov: Italian Film Festival 2016”

Cinematheque Centre Manila holds free screenings of Spanish thrillers

Instituto Cervantes and the Embassy of Spain, in cooperation with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), present the film cycle “Spanish Thrillers”, a series of Spanish movies to be shown every Saturday in June at the FDCP Cinematheque. With the arrival of the Democracy to Spain in 1976, these thrillers reflect a freshContinue reading “Cinematheque Centre Manila holds free screenings of Spanish thrillers”

GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in May 2016

In honor of National Heritage Month this May, the Cinematheque Centre Manila, in partnership with the National Film Archives of the Philippines (NFAP), will screen classic Filipino films that are widely considered to be some of the best that Philippine cinema has to offer.  The films in this month’s line-up are milestones that have had a significantContinue reading “GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in May 2016”

Cinematheque Centre Manila presents Spanish comedies in May

Instituto Cervantes and the Embassy of Spain, in cooperation with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), present the film cycle “Those Funny Spaniards. Four Spanish Comedies”, a series of Spanish films to be shown during the Saturdays of May at the Cinematheque Centre Manila. Entrance is FREE ADMISSION on a first-come, first-served basis.Continue reading “Cinematheque Centre Manila presents Spanish comedies in May”

‘Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis’ screens anew at the Cinematheque Centre Manila

Due to insistent public demand, the Cinematheque Centre Manila is re-screening Lav Diaz’s Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis during its run in April and May 2016. The Cinematheque is located at 855 T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita, Manila. Admission is at P200. Screening starts at 11:00 AM, with a one-hour break and another thirty-minute break. Just for theContinue reading “‘Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis’ screens anew at the Cinematheque Centre Manila”

GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in April 2016

This April 2016, the Cinematheque Centre Manila celebrates the “Daze of Youth” with youth cinema crossing all eras and genres, speaking of the wayward endlessness of growing up and the rebellion against stern adulthood. Audiences will be treated to special question-and-answer sessions with directors and special guests following select film screenings. The Cinematheque Centre ManilaContinue reading “GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in April 2016”

3 Filipino films from 2015 World Premieres screens for free at Cinematheque Centre Manila

Celebrating the cinema and culture of the Southeast Asian nations, films from the Philippines will screen for free this March alongside ASEAN films at the Cinematheque Centre Manila! Select pictures from the World Premieres Film Festival (WPFF) 2015 will delve into worlds only Filipino filmmakers can create, with filmmakers Alvin Yapan, Nestor Abrogena, and RalstonContinue reading “3 Filipino films from 2015 World Premieres screens for free at Cinematheque Centre Manila”

GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in March 2016

This March the Cinematheque Centre Manila celebrates the ASEAN Film Awareness Month. Audiences can expect to be treated to the best of contemporary South East Asian cinema, as the selection of screenings from all over the region brings together the values, traditions and cultures of the diverse ASEAN people and paints a picture of theirContinue reading “GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in March 2016”

GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in February 2016

This February is the month of Philippine National Arts. To celebrate, the Cinematheque Centre Manila has programmed a slew of exciting independent Filipino films. Cinematheque Centre Manila is located at 55 Kalaw Ave., Ermita, Manila. Films will be screened under the initiative of The National Film Archive of the Philippines, in partnership with various institutions andContinue reading “GUIDE: Cinematheque Centre Manila in February 2016”

Cinematheque Centre Manila screens Lav Diaz’s ‘Mula Sa Kung Ano Ang Noon’

In honor of Lav Diaz’s new film being selected for the Main Competition of the Berlin International Film Festival 2016, his previous masterpiece, ‘Mula Sa Kung Ano Ang Noon’ will grace the screens of the Cinematheque Centre Manila every day from January 22 to 31. READ MORE: Here is the complete schedule of screenings this January at CinemathequeContinue reading “Cinematheque Centre Manila screens Lav Diaz’s ‘Mula Sa Kung Ano Ang Noon’”