Award-winning Kapampangan film Dayang Asu joins audience-favorites Bliss and I’m Drunk, I Love You on the latest set of Filipino independent films at indie hub Cinema ’76 from May 19 (Friday) to May 25 (Thursday).
Tickets are priced at 150 pesos each and seats are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Located at 160 Luna Mencias St. Brgy. Addition Hills, San Juan del Monte, 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. Its setup is akin to a home theater with couches and throw pillows.
For more information, visit their Facebook page or contact them at (02) 398 1939.
See the screening schedules below.
DAYANG ASU by Bor Ocampo
BLISS by Jerrold Tarog
Jane Ciego (Iza Calzado), a successful actress, produces her own film to gain respect from the industry. During the film production, she is involved in a terrible accident that leaves her disabled. She is left in her house under the care and supervision of her husband, Carlo (TJ Trinidad) and a cruel, unusual nurse named Lilibeth (Adrienne Vergara). As days go by, she descends into insanity as she experiences horrors and madness while being trapped in her own home.
I’M DRUNK, I LOVE YOU. by JP Habac
Days before graduation, two college best friends go on one last road trip where they settle how they really feel for each other. But to put it upfront, this is not a love story.