The New Cinema '76 in Quezon City Brings You Closer to Your Favorite Indie Movies
It's just a train ride away!
(SPOT.ph) There's little to no doubt that the indie-movie scene in the Philippines just keeps geting better and better. You've got sleeper-hits turning into blockbuster successes (like Heneral Luna) and there are also some heart-wrenching films that get everyone talking (we're still not over bagnet from I'm Drunk, I Love You). And now, catching some of your favorite indie flicks—as well as newer ones—is easier and more convenient with the new branch of Cinema '76 at the LRT City Center in Anonas, Quezon City.
The microcinema's new branch—their first one is in San Juan—has two new screening rooms. The MP4 room, which can accommodate 60 people, screens movies that have finished their commercial release. You'll always have something to watch here because they'll have regular screenings of TBA Studios' films (like the aforementioned Heneral Luna and I'm Drunk, I Love You) since they're from the same people behind Cinema '76. The larger DCP room, on the other hand, screens movies that are also showing in bigger theaters. Up to 130 people can watch the latest offerings here and enjoy one of the best sound systems in microcinema.
Check out our video to see what you can look forward to at the new branch of Cinema '76: