The Japan Foundation, Manila kicks off its first digital edition of the Japanese Film Festival (JFF) with a drive-in cinema experience with an ode to a manga and anime classic! Catch the 3-day special screening on November 20 to 22, 6:00 pm at the SM Cinema Drive-in at the Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City!
This November, Instituto Cervantes and Festival de Sevilla with the Embassy of Spain in the Philippines will treat Filipino film buffs to the “New Cinephilias Online”, a series of movies considered as “The Other Spanish Cinema”, a label with which the generation who started working with cinema at the dawn of the 21st century was named.
CCP's three-day festival called Pasinaya Open House will be featuring over 3,000 artists from the different fields of art. That said, a lot more workshops, exhibits, and screenings! Catch this year's festival from February 1 to 3, 2019 that will take place at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and partnered museums.
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.