April 18, 2018

Cinema Centenario is Maginhawa’s new indie-film spot

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  • Located in the heart of Quezon City, Maginhawa Street is known for its vast choices of restaurants and establishments. To date, it has been the paradise for foodies of every age.

    The entire location is composed of different and unique restaurant that will take your taste buds to a journey, but did you know that there’s a reason for filmmakers or film enthusiast to visit Maginhawa as well?

    Cinema Centenario is finally open to the public, showing alternative and independent films to those who want to watch such movies until 2 in the morning. Located on the second floor, 95 Maginhawa cor. Magiting Sts., Teachers Village East, it can house 65 people on a daily basis.

    Direk Veronica discussing Last Supper No. 3 together with Ms. Jinky and Atty. Sophia at Cinema Centenario

    Rent it out for workshops or forums

    Founded by Hector Barretto Calma, he wanted to make a contribution of the Philippine Cinema through this humble space. With the numbers of pop-up shows and establishments that don’t focus on food, this cinema is a good addition to the usual and new goers in Maginhawa. The entire place is also up for rentals if you want to conduct workshops or seminars.

    All images grabbed from Cinema Centenario’s Facebook page

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