Cinema Rehiyon Reloaded: Manila Leg 2014
A showcase of short and full-length films from different regions in the country will be screened in Manila on November 19 to 21 at the Tanghalang Leandro Locsin – National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) building in Intramuros.
Cinema Rehiyon Reloaded, a project initiated by the Cinema Committee of NCCA, in cooperation with UPLB Foundation Inc., and pelikuLAB, lands in Intramuros after conducting several legs in Baguio, Ilocos, and Bicol. The event features short films from different provinces and cities outside Metro Manila, such as Pampanga, Pangasinan, Laguna, Batangas, Naga, Cebu, Bacolod, Davao, Cagayan de Oro among others.
Short film programs will start at 10am.
Full-length films will be screened at 3pm.
Showing on Nov. 19 is Baby Ruth Villarama-Gutierrez’ Jazz In Love, a documentary film on Jazz, a Filipino gay who is preparing for the visit of his German boyfriend.
On Nov. 20 is Cebu’s punk film, Iskalawags, directed by Keith Deligero and produced by Cinema One Originals, which tells the story of seven teenagers who idolize Jeric Raval action movies and go on in a quest to find a big papaya.
On the last day, Nov. 21, Arnel Mardoquio’s Riddles of My Homecoming, the Jury Prize of last year’s Cinema One Originals, will be screened. The film is based on the Mindanao indigenous people’s belief that when people die their souls go back to their homeland.
All screenings are free of charge.
Cinema Rehiyon Reloaded Caravan aims to expose the audience to the diverse culture of our country through films from different regions.
For more information, please contact Madz Garcia at 0935-2888-805 or 517-3011.