6th Cinemalaya Film Festival kicks off with 24 films on July 9

The much-awaited film festival by film junkies starts on July 9 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Plus, see the Cinemalaya screening schedules.

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Twenty-four films made it to the final list of this year’s Cinemalaya Film Festival. The film festival, which highlights local independent films, will run from July 9 to 18, 2010 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

The finalists are in competition for the following categories: New Breed Category (full length and short features) and Directors Showcase.

The New Breed category features nine full length films and ten short feature films:


Full length films:
Halaw
by Sheron Dayoc
Limbunan by Gutierrez Mangansakan II
Magkakapatid by Kim Homer C. Garcia
Mayohan by Dan Villegas and Paul Sta. Ana
Rekrut by Danny Añonuevo
Sampaguita by Francis Xavier Pasion
Si Techie, Si Teknoboy at si JuanaB by Art Katipunan
The Leaving by Ian-Dean S. Loreños
Vox Populi by Dennis Marasigan

Short Feature Films:
Boca by Zurich Chan
Breakfast with Lolo by Steven Flor
Dalaw by Janus Victoria
Despedida by Borgy Torre
Faculty by Jerrold Tarog
Harang by Mikhail Red
Hay Pinhod Oh Ya Scooter by Hubert Tibi
Lola by Joey Agbayani
P by Milo Tolentino
Wag kang Titingin by Pam Miras

The Best Full Length Film will receive a prize of P200,000 and the Balanghai trophy while the Best Short Feature Film will receive a prize of P100,000 and a Balanghai trophy.

The Director’s Showcase is a new addition to the competition and will feature works by Filipino directors who have directed atleast three films which have been released commercially. Big-name directors Mario O’ Hara (Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio), Joel Lamangan (Sigwa), Gil Portes (Two Funerals), Mark Meilly (Donor) and Joselito Altarejos (Pink Hako-Halo) join this year’s Directors Showcase.

"Unang taon palang ng Cinemalaya, nakita ko ang mga pelikula na hindi ko magagawa sa mainstream. Sabi ko, ’Sana bata pa ako, sana magawa ko ang mga pelilulang gusto kong gawin.’ Dahil sa Cinemalaya, nagawa namin ang mga pelikulang gusto naming gawin," Joel Lamangan told media during the Cinemalaya press conference held last June 16.

The Best Film in the Directors Showcase will receive a prize of P300,000 and a Balanghai trophy.

This year’s Cinemalaya will also pay tribute to LVN Studios with a retrospective of LVN films from July 12 to July 18. The Cinemalaya Congress, a staple during the film festival, will examine the notions of "independence" in Filipino indie films of 2000 to 2009.


Click here to see the synopses.

See screening schedules here.


The New Breed Category: Full Length Features

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Halaw by Sheron Dayoc

The film centers on Jahid, an illiterate Badjao, and his nine-year-old daughter Daying as they illegally cross the border of the Philippines and Malaysia through the southern backdoor. He leaves behind everything they have in Jolo to search for his lost wife in Sabah where an uncertain future awaits him. He meets Hernand, who poses as a war photographer as he is drawn into the world of white slavery across the sea border. The two meet as they board the pump boat to the nearest Island of Sabah.

Limbunan by Gutierrez Mangansakan II

Ayesah as bride
Ayesah as bride


Cast: Tetchie Agbayani, Jea Lyka Cinco, Joem Bascon, Mayka B. Lintongan, Jamie Unte

Limbunan glimpses into the life of a bride-to-be as she is kept from public view prior to the wedding in her private quarters-limbunan. The film captures the ritual motions of the women in a family preparing for the wedding of 17-year-old Ayesah who is betrothed to a man she barely knows. Amidst all this, Ayesah is reunited with her childhood tutor Maguid who returns to the village as a militiaman after five years, reawakening Ayesah’s past memory of childhood infatuation. Throughout Ayesah’s confinement her precocious and rebellious eight-year-old sister Saripa becomes her eyes to the world beyond her room. Her mother Amina keeps her composure despite the fact her husband sleeps with his second wife half of the time, finding solace in the belief that it is both her religious and familial duty to be an obedient wife. Ayesah’s aunt Farida is tasked to ensure that she is prepared for the wedding. However, Farida’s dark past challenges Ayesah’s resolve to make her own choices.


Magkakapatid by Kim Homer C. Garcia

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In Magkakapatid, tragedy-rather than tradition-binds the family

Magkakapatid is a story about a family that drifted apart due to socio-economic differences. Three siblings, three narratives, one tragedy, wherein a brother kills his own brother, a father struggles to accept a daughter’s marriage, and a daughter who could not mourn. Tragedy-rather than tradition-binds the family.


Mayohan by Dan Villegas and Paul Sta. Ana

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Mayohan stars Lovi Poe (left) and Elijah Castillo (right)

Cast: Lovi Poe, Elijah Castillo, Ping Medina, Lui Manansala, Chiqui del Carmen, Dianne Laserna, Jill Palencia, Girose Lanot, Benedict Jhocson

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May is the month dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, mother of Christ. In Infanta, Quezon, locals turn each of the 31 days of May into a charming honor not only to celebrate good harvest in their agricultural setting, but also to pay tribute to the virginal virtues of the Mayohan. Every month of May, a padasal or series of novenas commences to mark the beginning of Mayohan. This will culminate in a Pasayaw or Tapusan in every purok of each barangay. Amidst the festivities, a 15-year old young outsider becomes the focal point in the preparation that the Pasayaw entails. As this grieving young man comes of age and deals with the recent loss of both parents, his attention shifts to Lilibeth, a 19-year old provincial lass, the elected presidenta of the pasayaw’s pamunuan, who, herself gets lost in the hoopla and hullabaloo that transpire before May ends.


Rekrut by Danny Añonuevo


Cast: Emilio Garcia, Joem Bascon, JM De Guzman, Alwyn Uytingco, Dominic Roco
Alchris Galura, CJ Ramos, Manuel Chua Jr., Archi Adamos, Rob Sy

What is the measure of true friendship? Jamir, a devout Muslim, and Lando, a Christian, are among an elite group of young recruits formed by military officers for a classified operation. These impressionable young men would undergo intense and grueling training that put their will and strength of character to the test. Amidst all the hardships, these men set aside their differences and became brothers. But what happens when the institution they have sworn to protect becomes the wedge that will tear their brotherhood apart?


Sampaguita by Francis Xavier Pasion

This film chronicles the journey of the sampaguita flower from the time the buds are plucked in the province to the time they are sold in the city. The story is told by the children who are involved in the different stages of the journey.


Si Techie, Si Teknoboy at si JuanaB by Art Katipunan

The film is about the evolution of cyber Pinoys
The film is about the evolution of cyber Pinoys

Cast: Aurette Divina, Mercedes Cabral, Christian Vasquez, Jaycee Parker, Lester Llansang, Joelle Yuviengco and Danilo Barrios

Techie and Jay, both OFWs from Qatar, decide to come home for two weeks to get married. Techie is nurturing a plan to meet her virtual lover, Teknoboy, before her wedding day. The story unfolds when Techie connives with her high school best friend, Juana, a TV writer turned struggling indie filmmaker, to be with Teknoboy. The two women journey through Pinoy cyber culture and its many facets - online romance, cyber addiction, Facebook reunion, hi-tech baptismal party, 3G doctor, digital wedding, cyber sex - in the process discovering many things about their lives, dreams and the society they live in. The film is about the evolution of cyber Pinoys and how relationships unfold in the middle of a hi-tech society form the core of this film.

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The Leaving by Ian-Dean S. Loreños

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LJ Moreno stars as Joan

Cast: Alwyn Uytingco, LJ Reyes, LJ Moreno, Arnold Reyes, Garry Lim, Fonz Desa, Miaka Lao, Menchu Sintay, Ronnie Martinez, Acey Aguilar, Margery Lao , Mark Lloyd Lao, Helen Benoza, Timothy Tuazon

Change is constant. This

is the premise of The Leaving, which is set in a neo-Chinatown in Manila where the "Tsinoys" (Filipino-Chinese) struggle with the diminishing of their morals and culture. We follow three intertwining stories ("Martin," "The Lovers," "Wife") that leave elements on the other stories such that they are all connected.


Vox Populi by Dennis Marasigan


Cast: Irma Adlawan, Bobby Andrews, Julio Diaz, LJ Moreno, Suzette Ranillo

It is Saturday before the 2nd Monday of May, the last day of the official campaign period before elections. Connie is the daughter of a former mayor of the town of San Cristobal and is now running for the same position. She is now running a three-cornered campaign against the former vice mayor and a former student leader, helped by her brother Ricky, campaign manager Tony, and an increasing number of supporters. On this day, she goes out on a factory and market visit, a house-to-house campaign, attends the signing of a covenant for clean elections and her "miting de avance." She also meets with influential individuals, all in pursuit of an irreversible bandwagon that will prove she is the popular choice of the people.



The New Breed Category: Short Feature Films

Boca by Zurich Chan

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Sheron Dayoc’s Boca is his first salvo at being at the Director’s helm

This is the story of Charlemagne Alejandro, who has an oral fixation. After losing his mother when he was three months old, he compensates the lack of motherly love with chain smoking. All grown up, Charlemagne now works in a retail office, sending catalogues to their standard demographic of lonely people. He doesn’t think much of the job and spends most of his free time in his favorite spot in front of a convenience store smoking. Out of all the monotony of the life he leads, things happen around him. Eventually, he finds something better to do with his lips than smoking. As Charlemagne finds what his looking for, so does his boss in the office; Benny, his smoking buddy; and Marie, Charlemagne’s stalker.

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Breakfast With Lolo by Steven Flor

Life is short. Breakfast With Lolo shows how a grandson ultimately lives life to the fullest with his grandfather as they go on an adventure in search of the most delicious pancakes for breakfast. This story is based on one of the most memorable experiences Steven Flor had with his grandfather before he passed away. This short film depicts that special bond between them.


Despedida by Borgy Torre

Despedida follows Michael, a man trapped to caregiver his dying parents. On a chance encounter he meets the girl of his dreams. He then finds himself in a situation whether to follow emotions or rationality.



Dalaw by Janus Victoria

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Dalaw is Janus Victoria’s third film

After a long absence, a young woman returns to the home of her grandmother near the dying Pasig River. Across the generations, they discover common depths of loss and loneliness that, while shared, continue to flow as dark undercurrents in their lives. This numbing realization provides no comfort, and salt water bleeds into the black water of the Pasig.


Faculty by Jerrold Tarog


Two teachers from a private college clash on their opposing views on education. Faculty is a prequel to the feature film Senior Year.




Harang by Mikhail Red


Headed to the city, a man drives his jeep along an isolated rural road. He soon encounters a series of strange obstacles and barriers that will challenge him throughout his journey. As several surreal events begin to unfold he meets a few characters along the way. His isolation transforms into desolation as the people he meets appear to be hostile towards him despite his honest intentions. Slowly, he loses his innocence as he adapts to this unfamiliar and deceitful environment. Struggling for his survival every step of the way, he eventually reaches his destination, the city’s outer limits; however, the very core of his being has been twisted as a result of his experiences. When he finally stands at the boundary between the city and the vast nothingness behind him, he yet again faces another barrier, a question he asks himself... which side is the true wasteland?


Hay Pinhod Oh Ya Scooter by Hubert Tibi

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Hay Pinhod tells the story of Gum-o, an Ifugao boy

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Tells the story of Gum-o, an Ifugao boy orphaned by his father, who wishes to make a wooden bike for the girl he admires. As Gum-o furnishes his plans, he learns more about his father through the legacy he had left.


Lola by Joey Agbayani

Lola is an ’aswang’. In Philippine Folklore, an ’aswang’ is a combination of vampire, witch, and shape-shifter. Lola is hired as an actress by a very ambitious director who exploits her supernatural abilities to save on special effects and production cost. The director is very hard to please so several takes are made until the witching hour has come to pass. After 12 midnight, Lola transforms into her most monstrous state and all hell breaks loose. The ambitious and relentless director, however, still insist on getting this award winning shot despite being haunted by ’Lola’.


P by Milo Tolentino


A playful piece about a pesky little boy’s peevish and precarious summer prance with his petrifying Auntie Pekta.


Wag kang Titingin by Pam Miras

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Wag Kang Titingin is Pam Miras’ bid for this year’s Cinemalaya

A father and his two young daughters, travel through a war-torn area. The father explains to his eldest why they need to shield the youngest from what’s really happening around them. The eldest finally understands and vows to protect her sister. But how far will she go to keep her promise?


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Directors Showcase


Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio by Mario O’ Hara

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Alfred Vargas and Danielle Castaño star in Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio


Cast: Alfred Vargas, Danielle Castaño, Lance Raymundo

Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio is the untold story of the trial of Andres Bonifacio under the Revolutionary Government of Pres. Emilio Aguinaldo. Two leaders, Andres Bonifacio, Supremo of the Katipuneros, and Emilio Aguinaldo, president of the Revolutionary Government, made their way to fight for freedom for the Filipinos against the dominant rule, fought for a cause and for a reason to be one nation. The film lets viewers judge whether Bonifacio is guilty of treason or not.


Donor by Mark Meily

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Meryl Soriano as Lizette in Donor

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Cast: Meryl Soriano, Baron Geisler

In her desire to work abroad, Lizette, a seller of pirated DVDs, decides to sell her kidney to a wealthy Arabian kidney patient. When a law is announced banning organ transplants between Filipinos and foreigners, Lizette agrees to marry the Arab, a man she has never met, so that the surgery could push through.


Pink Halo-Halo by Joselito Altarejos


Cast: Allen Dizon, Angeli Bayani, Dexter Doria, Mark Fabillar, Introducing Paolo Constantino

Natoy is just like any other child. He finds joy and excitement in the simplest of things-especially in eating halo-halo filled with pink gelatin and red sago at the local halo-halo store owned by his godmother, Bing. Things change suddenly when, as he and his mother Sonia are watching television, a news report about the ongoing war in Mindanao shows footage of a badly wounded soldier waiting to be rescued. That soldier-almost bleeding to death, is his father, Corporal Lino Bolante. This movie does not just show how the war in Mindanao robs a child of his innocence, but also shows the shadows of the wars that Filipino homes confront everyday.


Sigwa by Joel Lamangan

Cast: Zsa Zsa Padilla, Tirso Cruz III, Gina Alajar, Jaime Pebanco, Marvin Agustin, Allen Dizon, Pauleen Luna, Lovi Poe, Megan Young, Jay Aquitana, Ayen Laurel, Rico Barrera and Dawn Zulueta

Sigwa (meaning "storm") spans 40 years of Philippine social unrest. The story is initially told by Fil-Am Dolly, a junior correspondent of a US magazine, who was sent to the Philippines in 1970 to do a story on student activism in Manila. Today, she has returned after being arrested and deported in 1975, on the third year of martial law. Her mission is personal this time: to look for her daughter, who was supposed to have died 35 years ago, but who, she has been told, is alive. The film, being a composite of the stories of Dolly and each one of her former activist collective, is revealed fragment by fragment, as she surprises them by her unannounced presence.


Two Funerals by Gil Portes

Cast: Tessie Tomas, Xian Lim, Jeffrey Quizon, Robert Arevalo, Benjie Felipe, Mon Confiado with Princess Manzon

After a horrific collision between a passenger bus and an 18-wheeler truck in Nueva Ecija claimed two dozen casualties, two families await the arrival of their dead. In Tuguegarao, Cagayan, the devout Catholic family of Carmela "Charm" Buensuceso-a beautiful hotel receptionist beloved by her community-is consumed by grief that borders on hysteria. Her casket is brought home by her father, Cito, and her fiancé, Gerry. Unfortunately, the body inside turns out to be that of a burly, mean-faced middle-aged man.

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Charm’s feisty mother, Pilar, is outraged. She leaves for Gapan, Nueva Ecija with Gerry, determined to claim her daughter’s body. Along the way, details emerge about the disparate lives led by two people whose bodies were unwittingly switched.


 

CINEMALAYA SCHEDULE


New Breed: Full Length Movies

HALAW by Sheron Dayoc

10 July/Sat 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
11 July/Sun 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
12 July/Mon 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
13 July/Tue 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
14 July/Wed 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
15 July/Thu 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
16 July/Fri 03:30 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)

LIMBUNAN by Gutierrez Mangansakan II

10 July/Sat 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
11 July/Sun 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
13 July/Tue 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
14 July/Wed 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
15 July/Thu 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
16 July/Fri 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
17 July/Sat 12:45 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)

MAGKAKAPATID by Kim Homer C. Garcia

10 July/Sat 12:45 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
11 July/Sun 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
12 July/Mon 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
13 July/Tue 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
14 July/Wed 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
15 July/Thu 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
17 July/Sat 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)

MAYOHAN by Dan Louie Villegas & Paul Sta. Ana

10 July/Sat 06:15 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
11 July/Sun 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
12 July/Mon 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
14 July/Wed 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
15 July/Thu 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
17 July/Sat 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
18 July/Sun 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)

REKRUT by Danny Anonuevo

10 July/Sat 06:15 PM Bulwangang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
11 July/Sun 03:30 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
12 July/Mon 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
13 July/Tue 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
14 July/Wed 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
16 July/Fri 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
18 July/Sun 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute

SAMPAGUITA by Francis Xavier E. Pasion

10 July/Sat 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
11 July/Sun 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
12 July/Mon 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
13 July/Tue 06:15 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
14 July/Wed 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
16 July/Fri 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
17 July/Sat 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute

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SI TECHIE, SI TEKNOBOY AT SI JUANA B. by Arthur Katipunan

10 July/Sat 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
11 July/Sun 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
12 July/Mon 12:45 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
13 July/Tue 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
16 July/Fri 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
17 July/Sat 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
18 July/Sun 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)

THE LEAVING by Ian Dean S. Lorenos

10 July/Sat 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
11 July/Sun 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
13 July/Tue 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
14 July/Wed 06:15 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
15 July/Thu 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
16 July/Fri 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
17 July/Sat 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)

VOX POPULI (Siya ang Mayor Ko) by Dennis Marasigan

10 July/Sat 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
12 July/Mon 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
13 July/Tue 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
14 July/Wed 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
15 July/Thu 12:45 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
17 July/Sat 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
17 July/Sat 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)




New Breed: Short Feature Films

Shorts A:

BOCA by Alistaire Christian E. Chan, BREAKFAST WITH LOLO by Steven Flor,
DALAW by Janus Victoria, DESPEDIDA by Borgy Torre & FACULTY by Jerrold Tarog

10 July/Sat 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
11 July/Sun 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
12 July/Mon 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
13 July/Tue 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
14 July/Wed 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
15 July/Thu 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
16 July/Fri 12:45 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)

Shorts B:

HARANG (BARRIERS) by Mikhail Red, HAY PINHOD OH YA SCOOTER (I WANT TO HAVE A BICYCLE) by Hubert Tibi, LOLA by Joey Agbayani, "P" by Rommel Tolentino & WAG KANG TITINGIN by Pam Miras

10 July/Sat 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
11 July/Sun 06:15 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
12 July/Mon 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
16 July/Fri 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
17 July/Sat 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
17 July/Sat 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
18 July/Sun 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute


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SIGWA by Joel Lamangan

10 July/Sat 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
11 July/Sun 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
12 July/Mon 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
14 July/Wed 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
15 July/Thu 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
16 July/Fri 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
17 July/Sat 03:30 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)

TWO FUNERALS by Gil Portes

10 July/Sat 03:30 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
11 July/Sun 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
12 July/Mon 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
13 July/Tue 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
14 July/Wed 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
15 July/Thu 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
17 July/Sat 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute

PINK HALO-HALO by Joselito Altarejos

10 July/Sat 03:30 PM Bulwangang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
11 July/Sun 06:15 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Aberlado (CCP Main Theatre)
13 July/Tue 12:45 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
15 July/Thu 03:30 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
16 July/Fri 09:00 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
17 July/Sat 06:15 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
12 July/Mon 06:15 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)

DONOR by Edward Mark Meily

10 July/Sat 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
11 July/Sun 12:45 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
12 July/Mon 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
13 July/Tue 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
14 July/Wed 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
15 July/Thu 06:15 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
16 July/Fri 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)

ANG PAGLILITIS NI ANDRES BONIFACIO by Mario O’Hara

11 July/Sun 12:45 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
12 July/Mon 09:00 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
13 July/Tue 12:45 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)
14 July/Wed 03:30 PM Tanghalang Huseng Batute
15 July/Thu 03:30 PM Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theatre)
16 July/Fri 03:30 PM Bulwagang Alagad Ng Sining (CCP MKP Hall)
17 July/Sat 09:00 PM Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theatre)


Movie stills courtesy of Cinemalaya Foundation.

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