(SPOT.ph) If you hate the large crowds and long lines typical of mall cinemas, you know microcinemas are your best bet when you want to catch the latest flick or just relax while you're watching a local indie film. Some, like Cinema '76, even offer audiences the chance to chat with Pinoy directors after a screening in a live Q&A session. Though the microcinema is closed during the quarantine, that's not going to stop them from bringing the discourse to you: Cinema '76 is holding a #KwentuhanLang Facebook Live session on April 15, 8 p.m. with director Mikhail Red and a few actors from his films.
Aside from director Red, you'll also get the chance to hear about filming, production, and behind-the-scenes anecdotes from Block Z stars Maris Racal and Dimples Romana, and Dead Kids actor Vance Larena. Patay na si Hesus director Victor Villanueva will moderate the session, and they're already taking questions.
Cinema '76 is hosting #KwentuhanLang in partnership with Lockdown Cinema Club, a fundraising initiative for the benefit of production assistants, film staff, and crew who can't work due to the enhanced community quarantine halting production. Though the live session is free, viewers are encouraged to donate what they can. If you're interested in donating, you can check out Lockdown Cinema Club's Facebook page for more details.
For more information, visit Cinema '76 Film Society's Facebook page.