1. Mars Ravelo’s Dyesebel

    Mars Ravelo’s Dyesebel

  2. Isda -Adolfo Alix Jr., 2011

    Isda -Adolfo Alix Jr., 2011

  3. Norte, hangganan ng kasaysayan - Lav Diaz, 2013

    Norte, hangganan ng kasaysayan - Lav Diaz, 2013

  4. Favorite Pinoy Movie Posters of 2013*1. Debosyon2. Blue Bustamante3. Katapusang Labok4. Instant Mommy5. Islands6. On The Job7. Norte: Hangganan ng Kasaysayan8. Purok 79. Guerilla is a Poet10. Turkey Man ay Pabo Rin11. Angustia12. Jazz in Love13. Rekorder14. Lucas Niño15. Transit16. Hello World*Di ko na mahintay ang MMFF at Cinemanila

    Favorite Pinoy Movie Posters of 2013*

    1. Debosyon
    2. Blue Bustamante
    3. Katapusang Labok
    4. Instant Mommy
    5. Islands
    6. On The Job
    7. Norte: Hangganan ng Kasaysayan
    8. Purok 7
    9. Guerilla is a Poet
    10. Turkey Man ay Pabo Rin
    11. Angustia
    12. Jazz in Love
    13. Rekorder
    14. Lucas Niño
    15. Transit
    16. Hello World



    *Di ko na mahintay ang MMFF at Cinemanila

  5. On The Job - Erik Matti, 2013

    On The Job - Erik Matti, 2013

  6. On The Job - Erik Matti, 2013

    On The Job - Erik Matti, 2013

  7. On The Job - Erik Matti, 2013

    On The Job - Erik Matti, 2013

  8. Porno, Adolfo Alix Jr.

    Porno, Adolfo Alix Jr.

  9. Ekstra - Jeffrey Jeturian, 2013

    Ekstra - Jeffrey Jeturian, 2013

  10. Debosyon - Alvin Yapan, 2013

    Debosyon - Alvin Yapan, 2013

  11. Set in the 16th century, “Amor Y Muerte” (which means “love and death”) is an examination of the initial encounter between the Indios (natives) and their colonizers (Spaniards) and their conflicting views on love, passion, religion, and sexuality. A Cinemalaya Directors Showcase FilmStarring:  Althea Vega, Markki Stroem, Adrian Sebastian, and Cinemalaya 2012 Best Actress  Ms. Ama Quiambao.Also starring: Mico Palanca, Kuya Manzano, Amante Pulido. Writer: Jerry GracioDirector of Photography & Film Editor : Gilbert ObispoAssistant Director/ Line Producer: Armand ReyesDirector: Cesar EvangelistaCinemalaya 2013 will be held on July 26 - August 4 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Ayala Cinemas: Trinoma, Greenbelt 3, and Alabang Town Center.

    Set in the 16th century, “Amor Y Muerte” (which means “love and death”) is an examination of the initial encounter between the Indios (natives) and their colonizers (Spaniards) and their conflicting views on love, passion, religion, and sexuality.

    A Cinemalaya Directors Showcase Film

    Starring:  Althea Vega, Markki Stroem, Adrian Sebastian, and Cinemalaya 2012 Best Actress  Ms. Ama Quiambao.
    Also starring: Mico Palanca, Kuya Manzano, Amante Pulido.
     Writer: Jerry Gracio
    Director of Photography & Film Editor : Gilbert Obispo
    Assistant Director/ Line Producer: Armand Reyes
    Director: Cesar Evangelista

    Cinemalaya 2013 will be held on July 26 - August 4 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Ayala Cinemas: Trinoma, Greenbelt 3, and Alabang Town Center.

  12. Sana Dati - Jerrold Tarog, 2013

    Sana Dati - Jerrold Tarog, 2013

  13. Sana Dati - Jerrold Tarog, 2013

    Sana Dati - Jerrold Tarog, 2013

  14. Sana Dati - Jerrold Tarog, 2013

    Sana Dati - Jerrold Tarog, 2013

  15. A love story about a woman whose wedding is thrown into disarray when a mysterious person arrives and reminds her of the man she really loves. It is the third part of Tarog’s Camera Trilogy after “Confessional” (Cinema One Originals 2007) and “Mangatyanan” (Cinemalaya 2009).Starring: Paulo Avelino and Lovi PoeAlso Starring: Benjamin Alves, TJ Trinidad, Ria Garcia, Nico Antonio, Carla Martines, Liesl Natucan, Chinggoy Alonso,Nonie Buencamino, Cai Cortez, Bong Cabrera and Gee CanlasCinematography: Mackie GalvezProduction Design: Ericson NavarroMusic : Jerrold TarogEditor : Pats R. RanyoSound Design:  Roger TJ LadroScreenplay By: Ramon UkitDirected By: Jerrold Tarog  Cinemalaya 2013 will be held on July 26 - August 4 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Ayala Cinemas: Trinoma, Greenbelt 3, and Alabang Town Center.

    A love story about a woman whose wedding is thrown into disarray when a mysterious person arrives and reminds her of the man she really loves. It is the third part of Tarog’s Camera Trilogy after “Confessional” (Cinema One Originals 2007) and “Mangatyanan” (Cinemalaya 2009).

    Starring: Paulo Avelino and Lovi Poe

    Also Starring: Benjamin Alves, TJ Trinidad, Ria Garcia, Nico Antonio, Carla Martines, Liesl Natucan, Chinggoy Alonso,Nonie Buencamino, Cai Cortez, Bong Cabrera and Gee Canlas

    Cinematography: Mackie Galvez
    Production Design: Ericson Navarro
    Music : Jerrold Tarog
    Editor : Pats R. Ranyo
    Sound Design:  Roger TJ Ladro
    Screenplay By: Ramon Ukit
    Directed By: Jerrold Tarog
     
    Cinemalaya 2013 will be held on July 26 - August 4 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Ayala Cinemas: Trinoma, Greenbelt 3, and Alabang Town Center.

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