Catch Past Cinemalaya Entries and Other Local Films at Cinema Centenario
Get into the spirit of Cinemalaya by catching the past entries, too!
(SPOT.ph) It's August, which means it's officially Cinemalaya season! The annual festival is known for its great lineup of Filipino films each year, and the 2019 edition is no exception. We can only imagine how strategic you'll have to be in order to fit all those screenings in your schedule, as participating entries usually screen for a limited time. This also means that once the season's over, you miss out on the chance to watch the rest of the entries. If you find yourself wishing you could catch the entries from the past runs but have no idea where to watch them, here's good news for you: Cinema Centenario is screening past Cinemalaya entries from August 3 to 16.
The lineup includes Pepe Diokno's 2019 entry Engkwentro; Kamera Obskura (2012) directed by Raymond Red; Eduardo Roy Jr.'s Pamilya Ordinaryo (2016); and 2017's Best Film, Respeto. You can also catch 2018 entries such as the Martial Law-themed ML and Liway, as well as Pan De Salawal, Mamang, The Lookout, Kuya Wes, Jay, and Musmos na Sumibol sa Gubat ng Digma. The microcinema will also hold screenings of other local films like Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap and My Letters to Happy.
Tickets cost P200 per screening but undergraduate students can get a ticket for P150 on Mondays to Thursdays.
Cinema Centenario is at 2/F 95 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village East, Diliman, Quezon City. For more information, you can check out Cinema Centenario's Facebook page.