The Philippines’ oldest film festival for the LGBTQ+ community, the Quezon City International Pink Film Festival (QCIPFF) returns this November 14 to 25, 2018, on three cinemas: Gateway Cinema Complex, University of the Philippines (UP) Cine Adarna, and Cinema Centenario. With over 60 titles of international and local films from shorts, feature, documentaries, and animation.
Once again, the time has arrived to celebrate film artistry with the 3rd German Film Week brought to us by the Goethe Insitut! This November, witness 10 contemporary German films which will ultimately tackle a selection of genres from romance to action and to comedy, with an added peek to the politics of the West, making it not only an entertaining experience for fans of all things film but also a knowledgeable activity, immersing us to the culture of Germany! Watch out for Only God Can Judge Me, In the Fade, Rock My Heart, Forget About Nick, The Captain, 303, Styx, The Final Journey, The Invisibles, and Transit as these masterpieces conquer SM Aura Premier and SM North EDSA from November 6 to 11, 2018.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Cinemalaya Foundation are set to roll out the red carpet for the 14th edition of the country’s biggest independent film festival, the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, on August 3 to 12, 2018, at various venues of the CCP and selected Ayala Cinemas. CINEMALAYA 2018 OMNIBUS TRAILER The #Cinemalaya2018 omnibus trailer is here! Ano sa mga pelikula ngayong taon ang inaabangan mo?Editor: Thop NazarenoMusic: Pepe Manikan Cinemalayaさんの投稿 2018年7月4日水曜日 The 2018 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival promises to deliver the best visual storytelling to every film enthusiast. Judging by this year’s line-up of full-length films and short features, there is something that will […]