Now on its fifth year, QCinema International Film Festival 2017 will run from October 19 to 28 at the following venues: Trinoma Cinemas, Gateway Cineplex, Robinsons Movieworld Galleria, U.P. Town Center Cinemas, and Cinematheque Centre Manila. Since its foundation in 2012, the Quezon City Film Development Commission (QCFDC) has been providing grants to help filmmakers
The QCinema International Film Festival has announced the eight finalists for this year’s Circle Competition (full-fength feature category). Chosen from 135 submitted screenplays and down to 25 semifinalists are the following: “Gugu” by Khavn “Neomanila” by Mikhail Red “Medusae” by Pam Miras “The Ashes and Ghosts of Tayug 1931″ by Christopher Gozum “The Write Moment”
Now on its fourth year, QCinema International Film Festival 2016 will run from October 13 to 22 at the following venues: Trinoma Cinemas, Gateway Cineplex, Robinsons Movieworld Galleria, UP Town Center Cinemas, and QCX Museum at the Quezon Memorial Circle Since its foundation in 2012, the Quezon City Film Development Commission (QCFDC) has been providing
Quezon City International Film Festival (QCinema) has released the list of winners that made it to the final cut for its new short film competition, “QCX Shorts.” With a grant of P100,000, QCinema is the only festival in the country awarding financial grants to winning filmmakers for its actual production as well as owning the
Quezon City International Film Festival (QCinema) has announced the list of eight new movies that will be featured in this year’s Circle Competition to be held in October. The following new films will be on display in the film festival: “Ang Lubong ni Hesus” written by Fatrick Tabada and directed by Victor Villanueva; “Ang Manananggal sa Unit
QCinema International Film Festival 2015 has announced its winners tonight during the awards ceremony held at the QC Interactive Museum. The following are the winners of QCinema International Film Festival 2015: Best Director: Mario Cornejo for Apocalypse Child Best Screenplay: Lilit Reyes for Water Lemon Best Artistic Achievement Award – Editing: Lawrence Ang for Apocalypse Child Best Film
QCinema International Film Festival 2015 once again earns proof that Quezon City is the film festival capital of the country by exhibiting top-rank films and staging film discourses from October 22 to 31 at Trinoma, Gateway Mall, and Robinson’s Galleria cinemas. Ticket price is P150 each.