Lopez Museum presents Trenta: Young Independent Cinema, a Free Screening of 30 Short Films
Plus freshly brewed coffee from Reading Lab
(SPOT.ph) Want free shorts? Clear your schedule tomorrow, November 27, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and visit The Lopez Museum and Library for a free screening of 30 short films. Sorry, we didn’t mean bottoms perfect for warm weather. This is an invitation to Trenta: Young Independent Cinema.
The museum is opening its doors to film lovers and enthusiasts for a day of appreciation for the underrated art of short films. They’re also serving freshly brewed coffee at Reading Lab, but do go for the 30-minute movies.
Members of Tito and Tia collective (John Torres, Shireen Seno, Pam Miras, Miko Reveraza, Raya Martin, Gym Lumbera, and Mikey Red) are participating in the one-day event, together with Kevin Dayrit, Ralph Quijano, and Anj Macalanda, among others. Works from various student film organizations are also in the lineup.
Slots are limited, so the museum encourages reservations. Here’s a list of some of the titles you should expect:
- Silent Film and Study on Lukas in Lukas the Strange by John Torres
- Heart of Stone by Pam Miras
- Lovebird-watching by Shireen Seno
- Trunks by Shireen Seno
- Ars Colonia by Raya Martin
- DROGA! by Miko Revereza
- Egnglish by Gym Lumbera
- Class Picture by Tito & Tita
- 50/50 by Mikey Red
- Tsarls the Movie: the Wazakumentary (Episodes 1 to 4), Helia, and Isang Istorya ng Pag-ibig na Kailanma’y Hindi Naging by Kevin Dayrit
- Tiya Bening and Sky is Everywhere by Ralph Quijano
- Gulong by Anj Macalanda
- Mikee's House by Sarah Buendia and Chang Casal
- Durog by Tara Illenberger
- Kapawa by Noel De Leon
- Ang Lalaking Parisukat by Shallah Montero
- Luksong Tinik by Rosswil Hilario
- Luna by 25 Frances Lacuesta
- Nykto by Elvert de la Cruz Bañares
- Ang Romansa ni Tinyente Gimo Kag Maria Labo byJoenar Pueblo
- Savku by T.M. Malones
For registration and more information about the event, visit the official Facebook event page and call Thea Garing or Tina Modrigo at 631-2417 or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Lopez Museum and Library is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Monday to Saturday, except holidays).