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LAKBAY2LOVE (Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil, 2016)

My notes on Lakbay2Love:

1. I didn’t have a lot of good memories with bicycles. I learned how to bike after several scrapes and bruises because I didn’t have one with training wheels and my grandfather’s idea of teaching was letting go after five steps and pushing as hard as he could to propel me forward. 501 more words


BOSES (Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil, 2008)

At times it felt more like an anti-child abuse PSA. The violin sequences were excellent, though.

Rating: 3/5


Pinoy Classic Movies at ilan pang Dekalidad na Obra, Kabahagi ng CINEMALAYA 2013 Film Festival

Bukod sa mahigit dalawampung bagong Pelikula (full-length & shorts) na masisilayan sa nalalapit na Cinemalaya Film Festival, Isa sa pinaka-aabangan ko ay ang pagkakaron ng pagkakataon na mapanuod muli ang mga tinaguriang “Pinoy Classic Movies”  745 more words


Boses: Music is not Just a Language , But an expression

When we think of indie films, most people would usually think of the plot being gay-centered and usually sex is part of it. What people don’t know is that the… 559 more words


Movie Collection #12
Mga Pusang Gala
Directed by Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil

Signed by the ever so divine Irma Adlawan and Ricky Davao. 32 more words


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"Boses" (Voices) Film Showing

For movie fanatics in Manila, check out Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil’s new film “Boses” (Voices) which will premiere this Sunday in the CCP.

“Boses” (Voices) is the story of a musician, who regains back his humanity by giving violin lessons to a battered child, who in turn, is able to get back his voice from a muted, abused and desensitized existence. 40 more words