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"Purok 7" and "Gaydar"

Since I missed this year’s Cinemalaya, I decided to catch some of the entries’ reruns last Saturday at the Quezon City Film Festival. I wouldn’t have known about it had my friend not invited me to go. 515 more words

Books And Movies

Cinemalaya Cinesthesia 2013

Cinemalaya is the Philippine festival for independent films held annually to showcase the talents of Filipino independent filmmakers.

This is my copy of the brochure of this year’s  160 more words

Art, Music, Lit, Science

Ang Nawawala: Not a love story but a story about love

In a pursuit for love and forgiveness, the film Ang Nawawala catered issues that are relevant to our young generation. Reading between the lines, the story was all about the angst of a young adult—who chose not to speak, but can actually speak—towards the pressure of a family, and about the untimely knock on love. 896 more words


A Blast From The Past

“Past imperfect. Future tense.”

The tagline alone enticed me. Being a sucker for indie films and anything past-related or something that would bring me back to the past, I right away made it a point to see this movie. 678 more words


Cinemalaya : Pinoy Indie Film Festival

Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival is a film festival in the Philippines committed to the development and promotion of Filipino independent films. The organizers hope that through the festival, young filmmakers will be able to express their own concepts freely and not be limited by the industry’s present condition, where artistic integrity is sacrificed in the pursuit of commercial success. 163 more words

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