Stay In, Folks: The Metro Manila Summer Film Festival Is Postponed
Looks like you'll have to catch the Magic Eight some other time.
(SPOT.ph) The Metro Manila Summer Film Festival has been postponed. The festival was conceived as the summer edition of the Metro Manila Film Festival (more popularly known as the MMFF), a Christmastime tradition for most. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority or the MMDA had recently announced the lineup for the upcoming summer edition, originally scheduled to take place from April 11 to 21.
The announcement was made on the Metro Manila Film Festival official Facebook page following President Rodrigo Duterte's televised address regarding community quarantine in the Metro, which will be effective from March 15 to April 14.
No new dates for the summer film festival have been announced, but the post makes it clear that the 11-day event is not canceled, and interested folks should check the MMFF Facebook page for updates in the coming days.
For more information, visit the Metro Manila Film Festival's Facebook page.