CINEMALAYA 2016 Primer | Schedules and venues August 5 to 14

Cinemalaya 2016

CINEMALAYA 2016 screening schedules and venues. 12th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival will run from August 5 to 14. 

 

CULTURAL CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES (CCP) MAIN THEATER

(Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo)

August 5 (Fri)
6:00 PM — Opening Film: “1-2-3” by Carlo Obispo (Free Admission)

August 6 (Sat):
3:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
6:15 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO (Gala Screening)
9:00 PM – I AMERICA (Gala Screening)

August 7 (Sun):
3:30 PM – SHORTS “B” (Gala Screening)
6:15 PM – MERCURY IS MINE (Gala Screening)
9:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY (Gala Screening)

August 8 (Mon):
3:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
6:15 PM – TUOS (Gala Screening)
9:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING (Gala Screening)

August 9 (Tue):
3:30 PM – I AMERICA
6:15 PM – KUSINA (Gala Screening)
9:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO (Gala Screening)

August 10 (Wed):
3:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
6:15 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY) (Gala Screening)
9:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE

August 11 (Thu):
3:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
6:15 PM – SHORTS “A” (Gala Screening)
9:00 PM – TUOS

August 12 (Fri):
3:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
6:15 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:00 PM – KUSINA

August 13 (Sat):
3:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
6:15 PM – Indie Nation: ROSITA
9:00 PM – Closing Film: ANG HAPIS AT HIMAGSIK NI HERMANO PULI by Gil Portes (free admission)

August 14 (Sun):
6:15 PM – CINEMALAYA 2016 AWARDS NIGHT

CCP LITTLE THEATER
(Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino)

August 6 (Sat):
10:00 AM – KUSINA
12:45 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
3:30 PM – Panoptika: AN OPEN DOOR
6:15 PM – Visions of Asia: KEN AND KAZU (Japan)
9:00 PM – Festivals Best: APOCALYPSE CHILD (QCinema 2015)

August 7 (Sun):
10:00 AM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
12:45 PM – HIBLANG ABO
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: RIVER ROAD (China)
6:15 PM – Indie Nation: MANA
9:00 PM – Indie Nation: LAUT

August 8 (Mon):
3:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
6:15 PM – Indie Nation: RINGGO, THE DOG SHOOTER
9:00 PM – Visions of Asia: UNDER HEAVEN (Kyrgyzstan)

August 9 (Tue):
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM – CINEMALAYA CAMPUS (Forum)
6:15 PM – Visions of Asia: AUGUST IN TOKYO (Japan)
9:00 PM – Festivals Best: NED’S PROJECT (Cine Filipino 2016)

August 10 (Wed):
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM – CINEMALAYA CAMPUS (Forum)
3:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
6:15 PM – Visions of Asia: CHILD OF DEBT (India-Kannada)
9:00 PM – Visions of Asia: MINA WALKING (Afghanistan-Canada)

August 11 (Thu):
12:45 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: STRANGER (Kazhakstan)
6:15 PM – Visions of Asia: MOTOR BICYCLE (Sri Lanka)
9:00 PM – Digital Classics: CAIN AT ABEL

August 12 (Fri):
10:00 AM – MERCURY IS MINE
12:45 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: THE KIDS (Taiwan)
6:15 PM – Festivals Best: EDSA (World Premieres Film Festival)
9:00 PM – Indie Nation: 4 DAYS

August 13 (Sat):
10:00 AM – TUOS
12:45 PM – I AMERICA
3:30 PM – Panoptika: CURIOSITY, ADVENTURE, AND LOVE
6:15 PM – Visions of Asia: UNTIL I LOSE MY BREATH (Turkey/ Germany)
9:00 PM – Indie Nation: THE SISTER

August 14 (Sun):
3:30 PM – BOX OFFICE HIT 1

CCP STUDIO THEATER
(Tanghalang Huseng Batute)

August 6 (Sat):
12:45 PM – Visions of Asia: UNTIL I LOSE MY BREATH (Turkey-Germany)
3:30 PM – TUOS
6:15 PM – Panoptika: MGA DAYO: FILIPINOS IN MYANMAR and CRESCENT RISING
9:00 PM – Indie Nation: REMITTANCE

August 7 (Sun):
12:45 PM — Visions of Asia: STRANGER (Kazhakstan)
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: UNDER HEAVEN (Kyrgyzstan)
6:15 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:00 PM – Rainbow: ECHORSIS

August 8 (Mon):
12:45 PM – Special Screenings – FOCUS: JACLYN JOSE / WORKING GIRLS 2
3:30 PM – KUSINA
6:15 PM – HIBLANG ABO
9:00 PM – Festivals Best: MRS. (Sinag Maynila 2016)

August 9 (Tue):
12:45 PM – Festivals Best: ARI, MY LIFE WITH A KING (MMFF New Wave 2015)
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: MOTOR BICYCLE (Sri Lanka)
6:15 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:00 PM – Indie Nation: FLOTSAM

August 10 (Wed):
12:45 PM – Digital Classics: KUNG MANGARAP KA’T MAGISING
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: KEN AND KAZU (Japan)
6:15 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
9:00 PM – I AMERICA

August 11 (Thu):
12:45 PM — Visions of Asia: CHILD OF DEBT (India-Kannada)
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: RIVER ROAD (China)
6:15 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
9:00 PM – Festivals Best: MANANG BIRING (Cinema One Originals 2015)

August 12 (Fri):
12:45 PM — Visions of Asia: MINA WALKING (Afghanistan-Canada)
3:30 PM – Visions of Asia: AUGUST IN TOKYO (Japan)
6:15 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

August 13 (Sat):
12:45 PM — Visions of Asia: THE KIDS (Taiwan)
3:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
6:15 PM – Rainbow: TRANSLACION (THE MARCH TO THE ALTAR OF UNCERTAINTY)
9:00 PM – Panoptika: THOMAS CHAPIN NIGHT BIRD SONG

CCP DREAM THEATER
(Tanghalang Manuel Conde)

August 6 (Sat):
10:00 AM onwards – Gawad CCP Para Sa Alternatibong Pelikula

August 7 (Sun):
10:00 AM onwards – Gawad CCP Para Sa Alternatibong Pelikula

August 8 (Mon):
10:00 AM onwards – Gawad CCP Para Sa Alternatibong Pelikula

August 9 (Tue):
10:00 AM onwards – Gawad CCP Para Sa Alternatibong Pelikula

 

August 10 (Wed)
12:45 PM – TRIBUTE: FRANCIS XAVIER PASION >> BAKIT TINUTUHOG ANG SAMPAGUITA and SAMPAGUITA
3:30 PM – Special Screenings – HISTORICAL DOCUMENTARY: GUNITA and EIGA
6:15 PM – Special Screenings – FOCUS: JACLYN JOSE >> ITANONG MO SA BUWAN
9:00 PM – Indie Nation: BIG TIME SPECIAL

August 11 (Thu):
12:45 PM – Panoptika: HEADHUNTING WILLIAM JOMES
3:30 PM – TRIBUTE: FRANCIS XAVIER PASION >> JAY
6:15 PM – Indie Nation: IADYA MO KAMI
9:00 PM – Panoptika: DAHLING NICK

August 12 (Fri):
10:00 AM – Panoptika: LANDSCAPE WITHIN
12:45 PM – CINEMALAYA INSTITUTE 2016 SHORTS (Line up of films with Filmmakers to be announced)
3:30 PM – Special Screenings – FOCUS: JACLYN JOSE >> SARONG BANGGI
6:15 PM – TRIBUTE: FRANCIS XAVIER PASION >> BWAYA
9:00 PM – Rainbow: MISS BULALACAO

August 13 (Sat):
10:00 AM – Special Screenings: THE LONG AND SHORT OF LAV >> ANG ARAW BAGO ANG WAKAS — 1 short film by Lav Diaz to be screened in three (3) screening times: 10:00 AM, 10:40 AM, and 11:20 AM
12:45 PM onwards (8 hours epic)– Special Screenings: THE LONG AND SHORT OF LAV >> HELE SA HIWAGANG HAPIS

VENUES OUTSIDE CCP

AUGUST 6 (SATURDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM — PAMILYA ORDINARYO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM –TUOS
4:30 PM – I AMERICA
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM –TUOS
4:30 PM – I AMERICA
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

AUGUST 7 (SUNDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
4:30 PM – I AMERICA
7:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
9:30 PM – KUSINA

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
4:30 PM – I AMERICA
7:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
9:30 PM – KUSINA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – TUOS
4:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
7:00 PM – MERCUTY IS MINE
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – TUOS
4:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
7:00 PM – MERCUTY IS MINE
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

 

AUGUST 8 (MONDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM – TUOS
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM – TUOS
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
4:30 PM –LANDO AT BUGOY
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
4:30 PM –LANDO AT BUGOY
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM –PAMILYA ORDINARYO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
9:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM –PAMILYA ORDINARYO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
9:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO

 

AUGUST 9 (TUESDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM — TUOS
4:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM — TUOS
4:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – I AMERCIA
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – I AMERCIA
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – KUSINA
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:30 PM – TUOS

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – KUSINA
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:30 PM – TUOS

AYALA CENTER CEBU (Cinema 4)
7:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

AUGUST 10 (WEDNESDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM — TUOS
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
9:30 PM – KUSINA

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM — TUOS
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
9:30 PM – KUSINA

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
4:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
7:00 PM – I AMERICA
9:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
4:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
7:00 PM – I AMERICA
9:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO

AYALA CENTER CEBU (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
7:00 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

AUGUST 11 (THURSDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
4:30 PM – TUOS
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
4:30 PM – TUOS
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM — DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – KUSINA
7:00 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM — DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – KUSINA
7:00 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
7:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
7:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

AYALA CENTER CEBU (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
7:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
9:30 PM – KUSINA

AUGUST 12 (FRIDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – I AMERICA
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – I AMERICA
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
9:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
9:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – KUSINA
4:30 PM – TUOS
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – KUSINA
4:30 PM – TUOS
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)

AYALA CENTER CEBU (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – I AMERICA
4:30 PM – KUSINA
7:00 PM – TUOS
9:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE

AUGUST 13 (SATURDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – KUSINA
7:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
4:30 PM – KUSINA
7:00 PM – HIBLANG ABO
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:30 PM – TUOS

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:30 PM – TUOS

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – I AMERICA
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – MERCUTY IS MINE

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – I AMERICA
4:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – MERCUTY IS MINE

AYALA CENTER CEBU (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
4:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
7:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING

AUGUST 14 (SUNDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
7:00 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY
9:30 PM – I AMERICA

TRINOMA (Cinema 2):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – TUOS
7:00 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
9:30 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – MERCURY IS MINE
7:00 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
9:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO

U.P. TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – I AMERICA
7:00 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
9:30 PM – KUSINA

SOLENAD (Cinema 4), NUVALI:
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
7:00 PM – KUSINA
9:30 PM – TUOS

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO
7:00 PM – ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING
9:30 PM – LANDO AT BUGOY

AYALA CENTER CEBU (Cinema 4):
2:00 PM – TUOS
4:30 PM – DAGSIN (GRAVITY)
7:00 PM – SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM – HIBLANG ABO

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GENERAL TICKET INFORMATION for Cinemalaya 2016 (Year 12)
NOTE: For CCP Venues only

TICKET PRICES
Regular Price: P150. per screening
Student Price: P100. per screening (must present valid student ID upon purchase in CCP box office or Ticket World outlets)
Discounts: 20% for Senior Citizens, PWD, Government and Military Personnel (Just present valid ID in purchasing tickets)

FESTIVAL PASS ENTITLEMENTS
Note: For CCP Venues only

A. ALL-ACCESS FESTIVAL PASS – Amount: P3,500.

This pass entitles the bearer to:
1. Admission to all festival screenings at CCP venues only (not valid in Ayala Cinemas)
2. Free seating on a first-come first-served basis (subject to availability once screening starts)
3. Priority lane entry to the theater
4. Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket at the Free Admission Booth 2 hours before screening time, for control of the seats)
5. Not valid for Samsung Screenings (at MKP Hall)
6. Non-transferable
7. Not valid for Cinemalaya Campus (Forums)
8. Can be purchased at the CCP box office only. There is a machine which will take photo of the buyer and the all-access pass can be printed right away.
9. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid in all kinds of Passes.

 

B. FIC PASS (Films-in-Competition) – Amount: P1,500.

This pass entitles the bearer to:
1. Admission to all Films-in-Competition screenings (full length and shorts) at CCP venues only (not valid in Ayala Cinemas)
2. Free seating on a first-come first-served basis (subject to availability once screening starts)
3. Priority lane entry
4. Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket at the Free Admission Booth 2 hours before screening time, for control of the seats)
5. Not valid for Samsung Screenings (at MKP Hall)
6. Non-transferable
7. Not valid for Cinemalaya Campus (Forums)
8. Can be purchased at the CCP box office only. There is a machine which will take photo of the buyer and the FIC pass can be printed right away.
9. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid in all kinds of Passes.

 

C. VIP BOX — P20,000. (for the entire festival run)

This pass entitles the bearer to:
1. One (1) dedicated VIP box (with 6 seats) at the CCP Main Theater for the whole festival including opening and closing/awarding nights
2. Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time, for control of the seats)
3. Non-transferable
4. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid

 

D. VIP BOX — P3,000. (for one whole day)

This pass entitles the bearer to:
1. One (1) dedicated VIP box (with 6 seats) at the CCP Main Theater for one whole day (Validity date is indicated on the ticket)
2. Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time, for control of the seats)
3. Non-transferable
4. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid

 

E. VIP BOX — P1,200. (for one screening only)

This pass entitles the bearer to:
1. One (1) dedicated VIP box (with 6 seats) at the CCP Main Theater for one (1) screening only (Validity date is indicated on the ticket)
2. Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time, for control of the seats)
3. Non-transferable
4. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid

 

F. BARKADA PASS – P1,500. per screening for a group of five (5) people (maximum)

This pass entitles the bearer to:
1. Exclusive one-time screening for a group of maximum 5 people at the Samsung Screening Lounge at the MKP Hall, 4th Floor of the CCP
2. Priority lane entry
3. Your choice of all competing films (full length and shorts) but NOT applicable for exhibition films
4. Free popcorn
5. The barkada team is allowed to bring food and beverages inside the MKP Hall
6. Non-transferable
7. Can be purchased at the CCP box office only.
8. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid in all kinds of Passes.

G. ONE DAY PASS:

1. There are two (2) choices:
a. P500. — Admission to four (4) screenings (of your choice) for the day (validity date is indicated on the ticket), applicable to ALL film screenings — in competition (full length or shorts) or exhibition — except in MKP Hall
b. P700. — Admission to five (5) screenings (of your choice) for the day (validity date is indicated on the ticket), applicable to ALL film screenings — in competition (full length or shorts) or exhibition — except in MKP Hall
2. Can be purchased in CCP box office and in Ticket World outlets (updated / corrected).
3. Please carefully choose the DATES you want to watch. There are dates with 4 screenings (without the 10am time) and dates with 5 screenings (with 10am time).
4. Discounts (students, senior citizens, PWD, etc) are NOT valid in all kinds of Passes.

 

FREE ADMISSIONS SCREENINGS:

The following films are FREE Admission — But audiences must get a “free ticket” at the FREE ADMISSION BOOTH located at the CCP Little Theater Lobby atleast 2 hours before screening time, for the control of entrance:

1. Two (2) Japanese films (in partnership with EIGA SAI Japanese Film Festival)
>> “Ken And Kazu (2015) by Hiroshi Shoji (August 6. Saturday, 6:15 PM, CCP Little Theater)
>> “August In Tokyo” (2015) by Ryutaro Nakagawa (August 9, Tuesday, 6:15 PM, CCP Little Theater)
2. Gawad CCP Short Films (August 6-9, 10am onwards/ whole day, CCP Dream Theater)
3. Cinemalaya Institute Short Films (August 12, Friday, 12:45 PM, CCP Dream Theater)
4. Short Film of Lav Diaz – “Ang Araw Bago Ang Wakas”(with 3 screening times — 10:00 AM, 10:40 AM, and 11:30 AM, CCP Dream Theater)
5. Closing Film — “Ang Hapis At Himagsik ni Hermano Puli” by Gil Portes (August 13, Saturday, 9pm, CCP Main Theater)

Tickets for CCP screenings are available for sale in CCP box office from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, no lunch break, Ayala Cinema Ticket Booths, Ayala Cinema Online, and via Ticket World Outlets.

Tickets for Ayala Cinema screenings may be purchased in advance online via Sureseats, just call 752-7877, local 1112 or visit sureseats.com. Ayala Cinema Tickets are at P150 each.

Student price of P100. each ticket is ONLY applicable at CCP venues, NOT in Ayala Cinemas.

Below are the TICKET WORLD OUTLETS in Metro Manila (subject to change):

1. National Bookstore, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City (beside Gateway)
2. National Bookstore, Shangrila Mall, Mandaluyong City
3. National Bookstore, Rockwell, Makati City
4. National Bookstore, Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City
5. National Bookstore, Glorietta 1, Makati City
6. National Bookstore, Crossings Mall, Quezon Ave., QC
7. Trinoma Mall Cinema Lobby (4th Floor), Quezon City
8. Eastwood Mall (Concierge Lobby), Libis, Quezon City
9. Robinsons Galeria (Department Store), Ortigas Center, Quezon City
10. Robinsons Magnolia (Department Store), Aurora Blvd., Quezon City
11. Robnsons Metro East (Department Store), Marcos Hi-way, Pasig City
12. Robinsons Pioneer (Department Store), Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City
13. Greenbelt 1 (Concierge Lobby), Makati City
14. Festival Mall (Department Store), Alabang, Muntinlupa City

CINEMALAYA CAMPUS (FORUMS):
Topics: Technology and Indie Films / Navigators (with popular film personalities that young audiences can relate to as actors, technicians, etc.)
Dates: August 9 (Tue) — 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
August 10 (Wed) — 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Venue: CCP Little Theater

1. Ticket Prices:
a. Package Sessions (7 Sessions):
P800. for Regular Ticket
P400. for Students (Need valid student ID upon purchase)

b. Per Session:
P250. for Regular Ticket
P125. for Students (Need valid student ID upon purchase)

2. Non-transferable
3. Can be purchased at the CCP box office and Ticket World outlets.
4. Discount of 20% applies for senior citizens, PWD, government employees, and military personnel (Just present valid ID in purchasing tickets)

For further details, please call Ms. GEMMA MARCO, Head of the Sales and Promotions Division – CCP Marketing Department at 832-3706 or mobile 0999-8843820.

Other Contact Numbers:
CCP Box Office – 832-3704
Ticket World – 891-9999

 

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CINEMALAYA 2016 MOVIES


Main Competition 

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“ANG BAGONG PAMILYA NI PONCHING” is a finalist of Cinemalaya 2016 Main Competition category, written by Inna Salazar, directed by Inna Salazar and Dos Ocampo, showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and participating Ayala Cinemas!

CAST: Janus Del Prado, Ketchup Eusebio, Odette Khan, Lollie Mara, Jojo Alejar, Joyce Burton-Titular, Jackie Lou Blanco, Alibreza Libre, Phynne Barnett, Richard Manabat, Mimi Juareza, Sam Thurman, Ria Garcia, Joanna Bago, Manuel Velasco, Ricky Sanchez

SYNOPSIS: A religious man who does petty crimes, Ponching, gets into a new venture, text scamming, thinking it will not really hurt anyone. One day, his seemingly “innocent” text scam accidentally cons a recipient into thinking he is the bastard child of their late relative.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Directors — Inna Miren Salazar Acuna and Dos Ocampo
Executive Producers — Jeng Encabo, Philip Co, Josef Acuna, Inna Miren Salazar, Jobbyt Bastillo
Writer — Inna Miren Salazar
Line Producer — Jeng Encabo
Director of Photography — Philip Co
Production Designer — Jeng Encabo
Film Editor — Jobbyt Bastillo
Music Scorer and Sound Designer — Nimrod Cruz
Production Manager — William Garcia

ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS:

INNA SALAZAR is a creative writer with a background in Advertising and TV production and has also co-written the 2008 Cinema One Original finalist film “UPCAT.” She is currently the Creative Director and Writer of production house Sinematika, and is also a freelance writer, magazine contributor, and was the editor for the book “History of San Pablo: Reviewed, Rewritten, and Retold.” “Ang Bagong Pamilya ni Ponching” is Inna’s first film entry for Cinemalaya.

DOS OCAMPO started as a technical staff in a local independent production house until moving into other responsibilities in production, creatives and post production. Presently, he is working as a producer and director for TVCs, TV shows, and digital campaigns for various production houses and advertising agencies in the Philippines as well as some regional clients in Thailand, Korea and Australia.

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“PAMILYA ORDINARYO”is a finalist of the Main Competition category of Cinemalaya 2016, written and directed by Eduardo Roy Jr., showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and participating Ayala Cinemas!

CAST: Ronwaldo Martin and introducing Hasmine Killip, with guest roles from Maria Isabel Lopez, Sue Prado, Karl Medina, Moira Lang, Ruby Ruiz, Menggie Cobarrubias, Erlinda Villalobos

SYNOPSIS: Jane and Aries are teenage parents. They make a living out of stealing on the streets... until fate hits back at them.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Writer and Director – Eduardo Roy, Jr.
Executive Producer – Almond Derla
Producer – Ferdinand Ferdinand Dizon Lapuz
Creative Consultant – Armando Lao
Producer – John Tan
Line Producer – Sarah Pagcaliwagan Brakensiek
Associate Producer – MJ Hernandez
Cinematographer – Albert Banzon
Film Editor – Carlo Francisco Manatad
Production Designer – Harley Alcasid
Musical Scorer – Erwin Fajardo
Sound Designers – Emmanuel Verona, Albert Michael Idioma
Assistant Director – Lorna Sanchez
Production Manager – Rowena Concepcion

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

EDUARDO ROY, JR. is a graduate of New Era University and Philippine School of Interior Design. He returns to Cinemalaya 2016 with his third full-length feature film, “Pamilya Ordinaryo” which was preceded by the successes and achievements of his first and second films “Bahay Bata” (Baby Factory) in 2011 and “Quick Change” in 2013 which received numerous awards and recognitions. Bahay Bata was nominated as Best Film at the Young Critics Circle 2012.

Global recognitions include Special Mention in Vancouver International Film Festival in Canada, Grand Jury Award in Deauville Asian Film Festival 2012 in France, Blue Chameleon Award in Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival 2012 in Korea, and as Best Director Jose Rivero Award at Las Palmas Film Festival 2012 in Spain. After winning Jury Prize, Best Screenplay in Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival 2013, “Quick Change” had an international premiere in Berlinale International Film Festival.

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“HIBLANG ABO”is a finalist of the Main Competition category of Cinemalaya 2016, directed by Ralston Jover, written by Ananias Estrella and Ralston Jover, based on a stage play by Rene O. Villanueva of the same title. Showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and participating Ayala Cinemas!

CAST: Lou Veloso, Jun Urbano, Leo Rialp, Nanding Josef; with Matt Daclan, Lui Quiambao Manansala, Flor Salanga, Cherry Alcala-Malvar,Angela Cortez, Mike Liwag, Rener Concepcion, with special participation of Anna Luna

SYNOPSIS: “Hiblang Abo” speaks volumes of muted memories and infinite struggles among four men in their twilight years, confined in a hospice facility or home for the aged. Their gray hair grows and fades unnoticed, their lives enter the void of oblivion. Everything unfolds so naturally into their swan song until their body pains and heartaches yield the same intensity, when their hearing and their feelings become permanently impaired; and when their blurry vision and memories become “clear” signs that the inevitable state of death is as fleeting as the vibrancy of life itself.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Director – Ralston Jover
Writers — Ralston Jover and Naning Estrella
Executive Producer – Bessie Badilla
Producer – Bessie Badilla
Associate Producer – Harlene Bautista
Line Producer – Martin Mayuga
Assistant Director – Charita Castinlag
Cinematographer – Pipo Domagas
Film Editor – Benjamin Tolentino
Production Designer – Lars Magbanua
Sound Designer – Albert Michael Idioma
Production Manager – Carlianne Lois Domingo

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

RALSTON JOVER attended Creative Writing and Film Studies at the Mowelfund Film Institute, started writing screenplays in college. Had his first big break in 2006 with THE BET COLLECTOR / Kubrador (28th Moscow IFF competition). In 2007, wrote FOSTER CHILD, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival’s Directors’ Fortnight. In 2009, directed his first full-length film CHILDREN METAL DIVERS (Baseco Bakal Boys) which won Best Film prizes in Vancouver, Turin, Barcelona and Lyon and gained Best Screenplay awards in Thessaloniki and the Skip-City D-Cinema Film Festivals in Japan. His social drama THE DOG SHOW took part at the Cannes L’Atelier in 2012.

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“I AMERICA” is a finalist of the Main Competition section of Cinemalaya 2016, written and directed by Ivan Andrew Payawal, showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and Ayala Cinemas!

CAST: Bela Padilla, Matt Evans, Elizabeth Oropesa, Thou Reyes, Joe Vargas, Lui Manansala, Sheena Ramos, Rob Rownd, Kate Bautista, Raflesia Bravo, Rhyzza Kafilas

SYNOPSIS: “I America” is a dramedy about a complex half-Pinay, half-Caucasian lady looking for American living in Olongapo City (Philippines) who tries to get her passport and US visa in order to meet her father personally for the first time.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Production House — The IdeaFirst Company and Eight Films
Writer and Director — Ivan Andrew Payawal
Executive Producers — Andre Payawal, Zorahayda Payawal, Ivan Andrew Payawal, Nico Antonio, Perci Intalan, Jun Robles Lana
Line Producer — Victoria Mostoles
Assistant Director — Easy Ferrer
Cinematographer — Carlo Mendoza, FCS
Production Designer — Michael Español
Film Editor – Carlo Francisco Manatad
Musical Scorer – Nonong Buencamino

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

IVAN ANDREW PAYAWAL is a graduate of BA Communications in De La Salle University. He entered the Marilou Diaz-Abaya Film Institute and Arts Center in 2009 to focus on Filmmaking and ever since he never returned to the corporate world where he served two years of his life working on advertising and public relations.

Ivan has been passionate in telling stories. He continues to join different Film Festivals, trying out that maybe one day, one of his screenplays can be made into a movie, waiting for that break. As he waited for that break, he continued to learn and experience different positions in production. He started as a production assistant, wardrobe assistant, became wardrobe head, then production designer, then caster, then assistant director but now, Ivan is focused on writing and directing as he now works as a part of the creative team of The IdeaFirst Company headed by Perci Intalan and Jun Lana.

After years of waiting, Ivan has made his first full length movie under Cinema One Originals 2015, “The Comeback” starring Kaye Abad.

This year he makes “I America”, his second film but his first in Cinemalaya.

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“MERCURY IS MINE”is a finalist of the main competition section of Cinemalaya 2016,
written and directed by Jason Paul Laxamana, showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and Ayala Cinemas!

CAST: Pokwang and Bret Jackson, with Vincent de Jesus, Maey Bautista, Kristof Garcia, Leo Sarmiento, Justine Dizon, Bea Vega, Mitzi Ong, Waka Hasegawa, Uzziel Delamide

SYNOPSIS: Carmen, a middle-aged cook, is about to close down her eatery at the foot of Mt. Arayat when a white American teenage boy named Mercury approaches her and begs for work in exchange of nothing but shelter.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Writer and Director – Jason Paul Laxamana
Executive Producers – Steve Serranilla, Edna Serranilla, Vian Serranilla, Arlene Sy, Katrina Sy, Jason Paul Laxamana
Line Producer – Minda Ponce-Rodriguez
Producer – Ferdinand Lapuz
Cinematographer – Topel Lee
Co-Producers – Jollan Llaneza, Joshua Ylaya
Associate Producers – Dolly Dulu, Lars Magbanua, Tin Velasco
Film Editor – Mai Calapardo
Musical Scorer – Vincent de Jesus
Production Designer – Mark Sabas
Sound Designer – Wildsound

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

JASON PAUL LAXAMANA is a graduate of BA Broadcast Communication at the University of the Philippines, Diliman. Known as an advocate of Philippine regional cinema, he wrote and directed Kapampangan language-feature films such as the cybercrime thriller “Babagwa” (The Spider’s Lair) for the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival 2013, and the critically-acclaimed drama “Magkakabaung” (The Coffin Maker), which has won a multitude of local and international awards including Gawad Urian 2015 (Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress), the NETPAC Prize at the 3rd Hanoi International Film Festival, and Best Picture at the 3rd Silk Road Film Festival in Ireland.

His achievements for “Magkakabaung” have allowed him to cross over to commercial filmmaking. In February, his first mainstream film, “Love is Blind”, was released in cinemas and became a box office hit, remaining in theaters for four weeks. Nonetheless, he remains active in the indie filmmaking scene. His film, “Ang Taba Ko Kasi” (Because I Am Fat) was a finalist in CineFilipino 2016 and he is set to film two more indies this year, including “Nuclear Family.”

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DAGSIN (GRAVITY) is a Cinemalaya 2016 main competition finalist, co-written and directed by Atom Magadia, showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and Ayala Cinemas!

CAST: Tommy Abuel, Lotlot De Leon, Benjamin Alves, Janine Gutierrez, Sue Prado, Marita Zobel. Introducing Alex Diaz

SYNOPSIS: After surviving the Death March, Martial Law and the loss of his legs, Justino became an atheist. But when his wife dies, a part of him is yearning to believe in life beyond death; just for a chance to be with her again. Searching for parts of her he can still hold on to, he devours her diaries for information into their past –opening a Pandora’s Box of secrets.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Writer and Director – Atom Magadia
Co-Writer/ Supervising Producer – Anne Prado-Magadia
Executive Producers – Atom Magadia, Anne Prado-Magadia, Marco Biemann, Anne Biemann
Producers — Atom Magadia, Anne Prado-Magadia, Ferdinand Lapuz
Associate Producers – Renato Magadia, Victorina Magadia, Angelo Santos, Sarah Roxas Santos
Cinematographer – Dexter Dela Peña
Film Editor – Jay Ramirez
Production Designer – Cyrus Khan
Musical Scorer – Robert Yulo
Sound Designer – Jess Carlos

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

ATOM MAGADIA is an alumnus of the Art Center College of Design in California for Film Production. He received further training from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, UCLA School of Theater Film & Television, Actor’s Studio West, the American Society of Cinematographers and the Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers. An award-winning Commercial and Fine-Art Photographer, whose work is regularly featured in magazines and newspapers here and abroad, he was an active member of the Advertising Photographers of America and the Royal Photographic Society of England.

After graduating from the University of Southern California’s Marshall Business School with a degree in Finance/ Business Management in 1990, Atom worked for more than fifteen years in the U.S. and the Philippines in the Finance/ Banking and Real Estate sector, before finally deciding to concentrate on photography and filmmaking.

Three of Atom’s scripts have been consecutively chosen as a semi-finalists for Cinemalaya’s (full-feature) main competition: “Perlas” (The Pearl) in 2014 for Cinemalaya X; “Dagsin” (Gravity) in 2015 for Cinemalaya XII, and “Buhay Langaw” (Autobiography of A Fly) in 2016 for Cinemalaya XIII. “DAGSIN” has been chosen as a finalist for 2016.

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TUOS is a Cinemalaya 2016 main competition finalist, written by Denise O’Hara, directed by Derick Cabrido, showing August 5-14 in CCP Theaters and Ayala Cinemas.

CAST: Nora Aunor, Barbie Forteza, Elora Españo, Ronnie Martinez, Flor Salanga, and Ronwaldo Martin

SYNOPSIS: Pina-ilog (Nora Aunor) is chosen to be their village’s “Binukot”, a maiden selected as the fairest amongst the women in her village, confined to her house, never allowed to go outside. She is chosen to keepthe traditions alive, memorizing the chants, dances, and performing them.

She is to pass the title and responsibility to her granddaughter Dowokan (Barbie Forteza). When the sanctity of the “tuos” becomes threatened, putting Dowokan in danger, Pina-ilog realizes that she cannot just stand aside. Pina-ilog finds herself coming face to face, literally, with the ghosts of tradition, which have shackled her into a life of solitary confinement.

PRODUCTION STAFF:

Director — Derick Cabrido
Story — Derick Cabrido, Denise O’Hara, Ralston Jover
Writer — Denise O’ Hara
Executive Producers — Monique Siguion-Reyna, Kara P.E. Rhounimi, Sara Santiago, Rolando Mario Villonco, Cherrie Pie Lazatin, Rewa Lazatin
Producers — Tere Villonco, Ferdinand Lapuz, Joseph Israel Laban
Co-Producer – Jedd Dumaguina
Line Producer – Bong Salvejos
Cinematographer — Mycko David
Film Editor — Mark Cyril Bautista
Production Designer — Steff Dereja
Associate Producers — Malou Gopez, Cheng Pabilonia
Assistant Director – Baschia Mariano
Musical Scorer – Jema Pamintuan, Ph. D.
Sound Designer — Monoxide Works, Bryan Dumaguina
Production Manager – Dee Nermal

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:

RODERICK “DERICK” CABRIDO is an award-winning Filipino documentary producer and filmmaker. He won recognitions both local and abroad; some of these are from his documentary “Pinays for Export – A Sex Trafficking Trail in Southeast Asia”. This won the prestigious Bronze World Medal Award at the 2009 New York Festivals. His documentary “Yaman sa Basura” (Garbage Treasures) won the Silver World Medal Award on the said festival. It also grabbed the Certificate for Excellence at the United States International Film and Video Festivals (USIFVF) and a finalist at the 2011 UNICEF Asia-Pacific Child Rights Awards.

He is the cinematographer and lead actor of the film “Antipo” which premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner. He produced the film “Chuchera”, a finalist of the Cinemalaya 2011. The film also premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (Discovery Section); Main Competition for the 2011 Stockholm International Film Festival; Official Selection of 2011 Belgrade International Film Festival; and Official Selection of 2011 Cleveland Film Festival. His directorial short film “Engkantong Laog sa Mahabang Dapithapon” was chosen as part of 2013 Cannes Film Festival – Short Film Corner.

He produced “Nuwebe” (Termitaria), a Cinemalaya 2013 finalist. It completed at the 2013 Harlem International Film Festival where it was nominated for Best World Feature and clinched the Best Actress award for Barbara Miguel. It also won a Jury Honor Medal Award at the III Lume International Film Festival in Brazil.

His first full length directorial debut “Children’s Show” highlighted the struggles of two under-aged siblings in the world of underground child syndicating and illegal betting. The film competed in Cinemalaya 2014 and won Best Supporting Actor for Miggs Cuaderno, Best Editing, Best Sound and the Canon Best Cinematography Award.

“TUOS” is his second Cinemalaya full length film as Director.

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Kusina

KUSINA is a finalist of the Main Competition section of Cinemalaya 2016, directed by David Corpuz and Cenon Palomares. Also in the cast are Luis Alandy, Joem Bascon, Gloria Sevilla, and more.

SYNOPSIS: “Kusina” (Her Kitchen) is the silent witness to the life and love of Juanita. It is her sanctuary, the place where she creates dishes for her family, her friends, even enemies and strangers. Through cooking, she gets to know the people around her, and in return, reveal herself to them.

CAST: Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, Gloria Sevilla, Joem Bascon, Luis Alandy, Elora Españo, Mike Liwag, Bong Cabrera, Karen Gaerlan, Jane Biton, Isha Salic, Trina Legaspi, Lala Padilla, Czarina Yecla, PrincessOrtiz.

PRODUCTION STAFF: 

Directors: Cenon Obispo Palomares and David Corpuz
Screenwriter : Cenón Obispo Palomares
Producers:  Armi Rae Cacanindin and Noel Ferrer
Associate Producer & Assistant Director: Sheryl Rose Andes
Line Producer: Rolly Palmes
Production Manager:  Robin Palmes
Director of Photography: Lee Briones
Production Designer: Ericson Navarro
Editor: Thop Nazareno
Colorist: Marilen Magsaysay
Sound: Raffy Magsaysay
Music: Toni Muñoz

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LANDO AT BUGOY is a finalist of the Main Competition Category of Cinemalaya 2016, cinematography by Hubert Tibi, written and directed by Vic Acedillo Jr,

CAST: Allen Dizon and Gold Azeron, with actors from Davao, Cagayan de Oro, and Camiguin — Rachel Anne Ang Rosello, Maricar Semitara, Carlos Penaloza, Benjie Criss Estrella, Reynald Mangao, Camilo Apugan, and Roger Gonzales

SYNOPSIS: Disrespected by his teenage son, a 40-year-old high school dropout tries to solve this problem by returning to school which only makes his son hate him even more. Amidst the struggle between them, an unexpected event changes everything.

 

PRODUCTION STAFF: 
Writer/Director/Producer: Victor Acedillo Jr.
Executive Producer: Henjie Carmona
Line Producer: Milo Tolentino
Assistant Director / Workshop Facilitator: Hobart Savior
Production Manager: Jhunry Clima
Cinematographer: Hubert Tibi
Cinematographer’s Assistant: Francis Antonette Altamirano
Production Design: Aped Santos, Ryndon Leonard Claver, Charlotte Rodriguez
Sound: Arbi Barbarona

 

 

(Photos and text from Cinemalaya) 

 

 

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