April 01, 2016

ASEAN Film Awareness Month: Last chance to catch the best of ASEAN films

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  • Missed all the ASEAN films during Cinematheque Center Manila’s ASEAN Film Awareness Month? Fear not! You still have until April 3 to catch the best of ASEAN films!

     

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    LAST CHANCE! Don’t miss this chance to watch the best ASEAN films! Admission is FREE!

     

    Audiences looking for a different film experience should have the entire month of March marked on their calendars, as the Cinematheque Center Manila presents ASEAN Film Awareness Month. This event showcases the best of contemporary South East Asian Films, with movies that reflect the values, traditions, and cultures of each ASEAN country.

     

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    THE BEST OF THE BEST. Films from the Philippines and Singapore feature in the final two days of ASEAN Film Awareness Month.

     

    For its last two screening days, you can catch films like Nestor Abrogena’s Ang Kwento Nating Dalawa (The Story of Us That Never Was), Alvin Yapan’s Ang Kubo sa Kawayanan, and the award-winning Sayang Disayang (My Beloved Dearest) by Sanif Olek.

     

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    MARK YOUR CALENDARS. Here is the schedule for the final week. Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.

    Admission to the Cinematheque Center Manila during any of these screenings is free, although schedules are subject to change. You can call Cinematheque Center Manila at 02-256-9948, 02-256-9958, 02-256-9908, or 02-256-8331 to confirm the films being shown. You can find the Cinematheque Center Manila at 855 T. M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila.

     

     

    Source: Film Development Council of the Philippines

    Photos courtesy of: Film Development Council of the Philippines

     

    Details:

    ASEAN Film Awareness Month

    March 1 – April 3, 2016

    Cinematheque Center Manila

    855 T. M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila

    Contact information:

    02-256-9948, 02-256-9958, 02-256-9908, or 02-256-8331

               
               
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