PELIKULA: Talks on Philippine Cinema with Nick Deocampo
Want to learn more about Philippine cinema? This is your chance to do so.
Learn the nitty-gritty of Philippine cinema as multi-awarded filmmaker Nick Deocampo discusses about Philippine cinema in a series of talks this June 11, 18, and 25, at the Ayala Museum.
Aside from being a filmmaker who has directed several short films and documentaries (Revolutions Happen Like Refrains in a Song, Atomika, and Children of the Regime among others), Deocampo is also currently an associate professor at the U.P. Film Institute at University of the Philippines Diliman. He also studied filmmaking in Paris, France and earned his Master of Arts degree in Cinema Studies at the New York University.
In his talks, Deocampo will discuss different facets of Philippine cinema. On June 11, Saturday at 3:00 pm “Iyakan at Sampalan: Melodrama in Philippine Cinema” will tackle about the queen of Filipino movie genres that is melodrama.
On June 18, Saturday at 3: 00 pm, the historical aspect of Philippine cinema will be discussed as “Bayani at Kaaway: Historical Film of Philippine Cinema” will tell about heroes and traitors and how they spark relevance in Philippine cinema.
“Mainstream vs. Indie: Philippine Cinema at the Crossroads” on June 25 at 3:00 pm will talk about the relations of commercial cinema and independent filmmaking. Know the differences in these two disciplines and how they also merge with each other.
For more information, visit the Ayala Museum’s website (ayalamuseum.org).
Where: Ayala Museum, Makati Ave. cor. Dela Rosa St. Greenbelt Park, Makati City, Metro Manila
When: 11th, 18th, and 25th of June, 2016 (3:00 pm)
Ticket Details: P300 (Regular), P270 (Student, Member, ASG), P800 (Season Pass)