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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #270 on: May 17, 2008 at 09:22 AM »
cinema one originals are available on vcd. no dvds though/ 199pesos each for the vcd.

Regal Films has recently released some of the 2006 Cinema One Originals on DVD.  Now available are METLOGS, REKADOS, ROME & JULIET and SEROKS.

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« Reply #271 on: May 17, 2008 at 10:25 AM »
Bongga ka Day!

Mario J. delos Reyes film (1980)

Cast:
Nora Aunor
Lloyd Samartino
Rolly Quizon
Chichay
Rez Cortez
Debraliz
Dexter Doria
Geleen Eugenio
Hotdog
Juan Rodrigo
Roi Vinzon
German Moreno (special participating role)

Wish: remastered in dts-es format, full HD resolution (sigurado talo Hairspray dito)

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #272 on: Jun 05, 2008 at 10:16 PM »
Lots of movies from my childhood like the John en Marsha movie, Dear Diary, Huwag Mong Buhayin ang Bangkay, Halimaw sa Banga, Pepe en Pilar (Maricel Soriano, Gabby Concepcion), 14 Going Steady (Janice de Belen), Tender Age (Nadia Montenegro), Tora Tora Tora Bang Bang Bang.

But then I also wish they'd release Itim and other Mike de Leon films on DVD. :(

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« Reply #273 on: Jun 05, 2008 at 11:34 PM »
Batch '81 (which I already own) and Bayaning Third World are both available on DVD.

John En Marsha - the TV series - is actually available on DVD. I believe it's the first CLASSIC Pinoy TV series made available on DVD.

I still haven't found Oro, Plata, Mata on DVD but I hear it's been released. I'm thinking of blind-buying it. How's the transfer to those of you who bought it? 

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #274 on: Jun 06, 2008 at 06:49 AM »
Celso Ad Castillo's Payaso with German Moreno. Surreal.

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #275 on: Jul 20, 2008 at 10:17 PM »
1. KAMAGONG - LITO LAPID, RUEL VERNAL, MIA PRATTS, JC BONNIN
2. GOODAH! - TITO VIC AND JOEY 
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« Reply #276 on: Jul 29, 2008 at 12:52 PM »
I am currently in the process of digitally remastering my films BAYANI (1992) and SAKAY (1993). This is a a step towards awareness in the preservation and restoration of films that otherwise may be lost in deterioration through time. As far as I know, no Filipino film has been truly digitally remastered (not of course including recent digital films that have been blown-up onto 35mm film) as most old films are transferred onto video from aged positive prints. A special edition release of BAYANI is underway and is being digitally remastered via the facilities of IGNITE Media Inc. SAKAY on the other hand is being undertaken by UNICO Pictures/Unitel and has a targeted release in late 2008. I am also making efforts in getting my 1997 tv feature KAMADA with GMA7 rereleased on DVD by also digitally remastering it from the original 16mm negatives. Along with this, I am making efforts into compiling my old short films (super-8mm, 16mm) into a dvd package as well, and may include the 2000 Cannes Palme D'Or winner ANINO (35mm).
Do visit my website http://www.raymondred.com for info on my current projects, including a new feature film now in pre-production.

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #277 on: Jul 29, 2008 at 05:50 PM »
Meron na bang nag-suggest ng Panday (FPJ)? This is a classic sci-fi film. They can also make a video game concept of this film.

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #278 on: Jul 29, 2008 at 07:45 PM »
Meron na bang nag-suggest ng Panday (FPJ)? This is a classic sci-fi film.

       Possibly way back and in other threads related to the topic. Who wouldn't want the complete PANDAY on DVD? Tapos, in box-set packaging and not just 2-in-1 movies. :)



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« Reply #279 on: Jul 29, 2008 at 11:02 PM »
I am currently in the process of digitally remastering my films BAYANI (1992) and SAKAY (1993). This is a a step towards awareness in the preservation and restoration of films that otherwise may be lost in deterioration through time. As far as I know, no Filipino film has been truly digitally remastered (not of course including recent digital films that have been blown-up onto 35mm film) as most old films are transferred onto video from aged positive prints. A special edition release of BAYANI is underway and is being digitally remastered via the facilities of IGNITE Media Inc. SAKAY on the other hand is being undertaken by UNICO Pictures/Unitel and has a targeted release in late 2008. I am also making efforts in getting my 1997 tv feature KAMADA with GMA7 rereleased on DVD by also digitally remastering it from the original 16mm negatives. Along with this, I am making efforts into compiling my old short films (super-8mm, 16mm) into a dvd package as well, and may include the 2000 Cannes Palme D'Or winner ANINO (35mm).
Do visit my website http://www.raymondred.com for info on my current projects, including a new feature film now in pre-production.

Thanks for the info. It's not everyday that an actual director promotes his own DVD releases on this site. :)

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« Reply #280 on: Jul 30, 2008 at 02:36 PM »
Thanks for the info. It's not everyday that an actual director promotes his own DVD releases on this site. :)

Yup thanks, it really is a "guerilla" effort  ;)

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #281 on: Apr 25, 2009 at 08:39 PM »
I hope classic films from the 80s era such as Takaw Tukso, Private Show, Shake Rattle and Roll 1 should be released on DVD.

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« Reply #282 on: Apr 25, 2009 at 09:02 PM »
Guys meron na bang "Working Boys" nina TVJ in DVD? im not updated in pinoy DVDs right now..

Hope pinoy films released a DVD of Gagay Prinsesa ng Brownout, Kalabog en Bosyo..

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #283 on: Apr 27, 2009 at 12:57 PM »
            KUNG MAHAWI MAN ANG ULAP 3-DISC COLLECTOR'S EDITION. With original theatrical trailer, tv spots, Behind-the-scenes, Posters and still gallery, Deleted scenes with optional commentary, Vintage and new interviews with the stars Hilda Koronel, Christopher De Leon, Amy Austria, Eddie Garcia, Gloria Romero and many more, Exclusive interviews with Gilda Olvidado and Lualhati Bautista, Bloopers, Talent Bios, Exclusive interview with Director Laurice Guillen, Replica of original poster art, A reproduced excerpt of Kung Mahawi Man Ang Langit in comic format, Original storyboards and an Easter egg! Digitally Remastered / Widescreen Presentation. With numerous subtitles. DVD-ROM : Original Screenplay. Bonus disc of the original theme, with version of Dulce and Sharon Cuneta. In STEELCASE!

      But, of course, this is just wishful thinking. I'll get by with an original dvd even if it's barebone only and with an original trailer.
  :)

I almost blame myself for not grabbing the lone VCD copy I saw in Astroplus MOA months back.... tsk tsk

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« Reply #284 on: Apr 28, 2009 at 07:38 AM »
            KUNG MAHAWI MAN ANG ULAP 3-DISC COLLECTOR'S EDITION. With original theatrical trailer, tv spots, Behind-the-scenes, Posters and still gallery, Deleted scenes with optional commentary, Vintage and new interviews with the stars Hilda Koronel, Christopher De Leon, Amy Austria, Eddie Garcia, Gloria Romero and many more, Exclusive interviews with Gilda Olvidado and Lualhati Bautista, Bloopers, Talent Bios, Exclusive interview with Director Laurice Guillen, Replica of original poster art, A reproduced excerpt of Kung Mahawi Man Ang Langit in comic format, Original storyboards and an Easter egg! Digitally Remastered / Widescreen Presentation. With numerous subtitles. DVD-ROM : Original Screenplay. Bonus disc of the original theme, with version of Dulce and Sharon Cuneta. In STEELCASE!

      But, of course, this is just wishful thinking. I'll get by with an original dvd even if it's barebone only and with an original trailer.
  :)

Recently GMA 7 created a sinenovela series of this and I must say this is one of the best that I have watched.

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #285 on: Apr 29, 2009 at 01:11 AM »
ALKITRANG DUGO starring Roderick Paulate
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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #286 on: May 20, 2009 at 12:29 PM »
I'd love to see good, working DVDs of Halimaw sa Banga, Dear Diary Rene Requiestas movies, the John en Marsha movies (so far I've only seen the TV series in Astroplus), Pepe en Pilar, and Tender Age.

Lots of movies from the 80's and 90's. :D

My friends would love to see movies like Family Tree, Pik Pak Boom and Inday Bote on DVD.

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« Reply #287 on: May 20, 2009 at 04:12 PM »
I'd love to see good, working DVDs of Halimaw sa Banga, Dear Diary Rene Requiestas movies, the John en Marsha movies (so far I've only seen the TV series in Astroplus), Pepe en Pilar, and Tender Age.

Lots of movies from the 80's and 90's. :D

My friends would love to see movies like Family Tree, Pik Pak Boom and Inday Bote on DVD.

This John en Marsha film is only available online (Regal website)

http://www.regalfilms.com/newshop/Philippines-Filipino-Tagalog-DVD-Movies-JOHN%20EN%20MARSHA%20SA%20PROBINSYA-52664.html

Inday Bote

http://www.regalfilms.com/newshop/Philippines-Filipino-Tagalog-DVD-Movies-INDAY%20BOTE-52680.html

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #288 on: Apr 24, 2010 at 08:59 AM »
MARUJA  (1967)  --  Armando de Guzman
GUMISING KA, MARUJA  (1978)  --  Lino Brocka

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Re: Pinoy Films You'd Like To See on DVD
« Reply #289 on: Jul 01, 2010 at 12:02 AM »
I am currently in the process of digitally remastering my films BAYANI (1992) and SAKAY (1993). This is a a step towards awareness in the preservation and restoration of films that otherwise may be lost in deterioration through time. As far as I know, no Filipino film has been truly digitally remastered (not of course including recent digital films that have been blown-up onto 35mm film) as most old films are transferred onto video from aged positive prints. A special edition release of BAYANI is underway and is being digitally remastered via the facilities of IGNITE Media Inc. SAKAY on the other hand is being undertaken by UNICO Pictures/Unitel and has a targeted release in late 2008. I am also making efforts in getting my 1997 tv feature KAMADA with GMA7 rereleased on DVD by also digitally remastering it from the original 16mm negatives. Along with this, I am making efforts into compiling my old short films (super-8mm, 16mm) into a dvd package as well, and may include the 2000 Cannes Palme D'Or winner ANINO (35mm).
Do visit my website http://www.raymondred.com for info on my current projects, including a new feature film now in pre-production.

idol Raymond Red???  :o
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