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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3090 on: Dec 28, 2019 at 11:51 AM »

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« Reply #3091 on: Jan 02, 2020 at 07:57 PM »
BLOCK Z
Directed by Mikhail Red

Block Z is an upcoming Philippine zombie film starring Julia Barretto, Joshua Garcia, Ian Veneracion, Maris Racal, Dimples Romana, McCoy de Leon, Yves Flores, and Ina Raymundo.

It follows a group of university students who try to survive the undead during a deadly viral outbreak.

TEASER TRAILER:
https://youtu.be/xYhTiwXDCs0

BLOCK Z Trailer:

https://youtu.be/kYb9eAu27Vo

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« Reply #3092 on: Jan 03, 2020 at 12:33 PM »
CNN's The 25 Best Filipino Films of the Decade

https://cnnphilippines.com/life/entertainment/2019/12/23/best-films-of-the-2010s-decade.html

My list:

01. NORTE, THE END OF HISTORY (2013, Lav Diaz)
02. SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION FROM LILIA crapAPAY (2011, Antoinette Jadaone)
03. TRANSIT (2013, Hannah Espia)
04. THE WOMAN WHO LEFT (2017, Lav Diaz)
05. BALANGIGA: HOWLING WILDERNESS (2017, Khavn De La Cruz)
06. SANA DATI (2013, Jerrold Tarog)
07. ANINO SA LIKOD NG BUWAN (2015, Jun Robles Lana)
08. HONOR THY FATHER (2015, Erik Matti)
09. DAGITAB (2014, Giancarlo Abrahan)
10. VIOLATOR (2014, Eduardo Dayao)
11. A LULLABY TO THE SORROWFUL MYSTERY (2016, Lav Diaz)
12. CHANGING PARTNERS (2017, Dan Villegas)
13. BLISS (2017, Jerrold Tarog)
14. ODA SA WALA (2018, Dwein Baltazar)
15. THAT THING CALLED TADHANA (2014, Antoinette Jadaone)
16. JOHN DENVER TRENDING (2019, Arden Rod Condez)
17. BUYBUST (2018, Erik Matti)
18. KANO: AN AMERICAN AND HIS HAREM (2010, Monster Jimenez)
19. RESPETO (2017, Treb Monteras II)
20. APOCALYPSE CHILD (2015, Mario Cornejo)
21. HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY (2013, Raya Martin)
22. EKSTRA (The Bit Player) (2013, Jeffrey Jeturian)
23. SUNDAY BEAUTY QUEEN (2016, Baby Ruth Villarama)
24. THY WOMB (2012, Brillante Mendoza)
25. ZOMBADINGS 1: PATAYIN SA SHOKOT SI REMINGTON (2011, Jade Castro)

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3093 on: Jan 21, 2020 at 03:59 PM »
This looks interesting....Inspired by the story of the Loboc Children’s Choir in Bohol.

SONG OF THE FIREFLIES
Directed by King Palisoc
Written by Sarge Lacuesta
Music by Ryan Cayabyab
Lyrics by Sarge Lacuesta
Musical Direction by Krina Cayabyab
Cinematography by Pong Ignacio
Starring:  Morissette Amon, Rachel Alejandro, Noel Comia Jr., Krystal Brimner, Cris Villonco, and the Loboc Children's Choir

FIRST TRAILER:
https://youtu.be/aua1ammUuiA

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3094 on: Jan 28, 2020 at 09:43 AM »


My thoughts on Laura Greenfield's The Kingmaker

Screening at the CCP 1/29/20, 3 and 7.30 PM
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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3095 on: Feb 07, 2020 at 01:20 AM »

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« Reply #3096 on: Feb 17, 2020 at 07:25 AM »


DEATH OF NINTENDO
Directed by Raya Martin
Written by Valerie Castillo–Martinez

Set in the suburbs of 90s Manila, just before the catastrophic Mount Pinatubo eruption, Death of Nintendo follows the misadventures of four video game-crazed 13-year old friends as they navigate the challenges of adolescence including first love and circumcision.

Death of Nintendo will premiere in Berlinale 2020, an international film festival held in Berlin which is slated to open on February 20 of this year.

Death of Nintendo stars Noel Comia, Jr., Kim Chloie Oquendo, Jiggerfelip Sementilla, John Vincent Servilla, Moi Bien, Nikki Valdez, Angelina Kanapi, Jude Matthew Servilla, Elijah Alejo, Cayden Williams, and Agot Isidro.

The film will be shown in the Philippines after it finishes its festival tour.

https://www.clickthecity.com/movies/a/39118/nostalgic-pinoy-film-debuts-at-berlinale-2020

TEASER:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMKQTKtvnDc

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3097 on: Mar 04, 2020 at 03:31 PM »
A HARD DAY

Based on the South Korean blockbuster hit of the same title, comes the Filipino adaptation of the action thriller, "A Hard Day," starring Dingdong Dantes and John Arcilla. Directed by Lawrence Fajardo.

TRAILER:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uw9jkEYlr3s

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3098 on: Mar 15, 2020 at 05:12 PM »
TBA just uploaded some of their movies for free on YouTube

It seems everyone is willing to pitch in as Metro Manila and several other provinces in the country are under "community quarantine" in an effort to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Philippine film production studio, TBA, is uploading several of its full-length films on YouTube. Yup, that's right – free of charge.

Titles now available to stream for free include Bliss, Gayuma, Iisa, Dormitoryo, Patintero, Matangtubig, and Water Lemon.

https://www.rappler.com/entertainment/movies/254606-tba-studios-full-movie-youtube

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3099 on: Mar 15, 2020 at 05:15 PM »
The first Summer Metro Manila Film Festival scheduled for next month has been postponed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The festival was scheduled from April 11 to 21 with 8 films forming the lineup.

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« Reply #3100 on: Mar 18, 2020 at 02:33 PM »
TBA just uploaded some of their movies for free on YouTube

It seems everyone is willing to pitch in as Metro Manila and several other provinces in the country are under "community quarantine" in an effort to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Philippine film production studio, TBA, is uploading several of its full-length films on YouTube. Yup, that's right – free of charge.

Titles now available to stream for free include Bliss, Gayuma, Iisa, Dormitoryo, Patintero, Matangtubig, and Water Lemon.

https://www.rappler.com/entertainment/movies/254606-tba-studios-full-movie-youtube

Better article with synopsis and video links....

12 Filipino Films You Can Now Stream For Free

https://www.clickthecity.com/movies/a/39340/12-filipino-films-you-can-now-stream-for-free

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3101 on: Mar 30, 2020 at 12:11 PM »
Discover new films and help indie film workers while you're at it with the Lockdown Cinema Club

A collection of short films from the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries are now available online for binge-watching, in a campaign to raise funds for film workers affected by the Luzon-wide lockdown.

The Lockdown Cinema Club is an intiative by indepent Filipino filmmakers including filmmaker Carl Chavez, producer Alemberg Ang, cinematographer Mackie Galvez, and producer and actress Camille Aragona.

The initiative invites viewers to "watch all you want, give what you can," with funds going to around 1,000 low income, no work-no pay film industry workers including utility personnel, setmen, frips, electricians, production assistants, and post-production staff.

https://www.rappler.com/entertainment/movies/255383-discover-new-films-help-indie-film-workers-lockdown-cinema-club

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Re: Filipino films
« Reply #3102 on: Mar 31, 2020 at 12:49 PM »


It's said that Mike De Leon's Kisapmata is inspired by Stanley Kubrick's  The Shining. I think this is better. Some thoughts on the film