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Monday, September 22, 2008

entry arrow4:05 PM | Cinemalaya Film Festival in Dumaguete City Begins Today



The Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival in Dumaguete City, which runs from September 22 to 27, brings to Negros Oriental the current darling of Philippine cinephiles, with a program directed by the Cultural Center of the Philippines' Edward Cabagnot. The film festival is dedicated to the discovery, development, and nurturance of independent Filipino digital filmmakers, and it comes to Dumaguete with a one-week program showcasing some of its critically acclaimed feature films as well as short films. Organized by the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Film Development Council of the Philippines, Cinemalaya began in 2005 and was enthusiastically received by audiences hungry for good Filipino films that offered more than the formulaic and the stale. The daily film screenings starts at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the Audio-Visual Theater 1, Multimedia Theater, with the opening film (open for student passes) and the closing film (open for community passes) to have their Dumaguete premieres at the Luce Auditorium at 8 p.m. All films are open to the public.

SEPTEMBER 22 (MONDAY)

8 P.M.
OPENING FILM (SPECIAL SCREENING)
Endo
Directed by Jade Castro
VENUE: Claire Isabel McGill Luce Auditorium
Open for student season passes. To be followed by an open forum with Edward Cabagnot.


SHORT FILM PROGRAM TO PRECEDE 'ENDO’ >
Mansyon
Directed by Joel Ruiz
Kultado
Directed by Lawrence Fajardo
Babae
Directed by Sigrid Bernardo

SEPTEMBER 23 (TUESDAY)

10 A.M.
ALBERT FAUROT LECTURE SERIES
Edward Cabagnot on “Paano Ba Manood ng Indie Cinema?”
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1

6 P.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Tulad ng Dati
Directed by Michael Sandejas
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


SHORT FILM PROGRAM TO PRECEDE ’TULAD NG DATI’ >
Blood Bank
Directed by Pam Miras
Orasyon
Directed by Rommel Tolentino

SEPTEMBER 24 (WEDNESDAY)

10 A.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Donsol
Directed by Adolf Alix Jr.
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


6 P.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Kubrador
Directed by Jeffrey Jeturian
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


SHORT FILM PROGRAM TO PRECEDE ’KUBRADOR’ >
Gabon
Directed by Emmanuel Dela Cruz
Durog
Directed by Tara Illenberger
Doble Vista
Directed by Nix Lanas, Nisha Alicer and Caren Crisologo

SEPTEMBER 25 (THURSDAY)

10 A.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Ranchero
Directed by Michael Christian Cardoz
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


6 P.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Tribu
Directed by Jim Libiran
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


SHORT FILM PROGRAM TO PRECEDE ’TRIBU’ >
Misteryo ng Hapis
Directed by Mark Dela Cruz
Maikling Kwento
Directed by Hubert Tibi
Liwanag sa Dilim
Directed by Lawrence Fajardo

SEPTEMBER 26 (FRIDAY)

10 A.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Pisay
Directed By Aureus Solito
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


6 P.M.
FEATURE PRESENTATION
Batad
Directed by Benji Garcia
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1


SHORT FILM PROGRAM TO PRECEDE ’BATAD’ >
Tagapagligtas
Directed by Ma. Solita Garcia
Rolyo
Directed by Alvin Yapan

SEPTEMBER 27 (SATURDAY)

10 A.M.
ALBERT FAUROT LECTURE SERIES
Chris Martinez on “100 I Learned While Making 100
VENUE: Audio-Visual Theater 1

6 P.M.
CLOSING FILM (SPECIAL SCREENING)
100
Directed by Chris Martinez
VENUE: Claire Isabel McGill Luce Auditorium
Open for community season passes.To be followed by an open forum with Chris Martinez, Eugene Domingo, and Edward Cabagnot


SHORT FILM PROGRAM TO PRECEDE ’100’ >
To Ni
Directed by Vic Acedillo Jr.
Putot
By Jeck Cogama
Nineball
By Enrico Aragon

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