Sunday, September 30, 2012

Schedule of screenings: "CINEMAREHIYON: Cinema in the Regions [Binisaya Film Festival]”

CINEMAREHIYON: Cinema in the Regions “Binisaya Film Festival”
University of San Carlos College of Architecture and Fine Arts Theatre
October 5-7, 2012

Friday, 5 October 2012

5p-6.30p – Sabado Sabado

7p-8.3p – Ang Damgo ni Eleuteria

Terya, a simple island girl is about to leave her home to marry a foreigner. Her journey ignites a series of events and introduces certain characters that affect her eventual decision to stay or go. The story takes place in the scenic Olango Island in the midst of the Baliw-Baliw Festival that hold parallel to Terya’s state of mind as she walks towards her destiny.

Jury Prize and Best Musical Score – Cinema One Originals and Junjeu Film Festival (South Korea) Best Cinematography, Best Sound, Best Director, Best Film – Gawad Urian

9p -10.3p- Di Ingon Nato
“Not like us” or “Di Ingun na’to” is the story of far–flung villagers in a Cebu boondock and how they respond to a zombie infestation. Armed with their old age beliefs and practices, the narrative is a fresh take on the zombie genre and boondock sensibilities.
Best Feature Film – Macabre Film Festival, Mexico

Saturday, 6 October 2012

2p-4pm - Music Video: The Death and Resurrection

2:30 (Screening of local music videos)

4.3p-6p - BINISAYA Short Films in Competition

6.3p – 8p - Walay Tumoy na Punterya

With a detached workmanlike precision, Director Cierlito Tabay dives right into the subculture of the backyard gunmaking industry in Danao, Cebu, eschewing voiceover narration and letting the power of the issue speak for itself. The film effectively depicts a city torn between supporting the craft that it’s been known for (in the process breathing life to its economy) and enforcing the law against loose firearms.

Best Documentary Film – Sining Pambansa Film Festival / Film Development Council of the Philippines

8.30p – 10p – My Paranormal Romance

Merry just wants to focus on her studies to secure her future, discarding romances and relationships as nonsensical distractions. She wants to get in the toughest university in the country, S.H.U (Super Hard University)

But Life throws her a curve-ball in the form of a mystical object that makes Merry a magnet for everything paranormal.

Special Prize (Best Production Design) – Cinema One Originals Film Festival

Sunday, 7 October 2012

9a -10.3a - Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa

The film won Best Picture in this year's Urian Awards, as well as 6 other awards, including Best Actor for Paulo Avelino. A film that mixes dance and poetry by Filipina writers, it tells the story of Marlon (Paulo Avelino) who is enamored by Karen (Jean Garcia), his literature professor. He follows her after class and discovers that she moonlights as a dance teacher and choreographer. To impress her, he asks Dennis (Rocco Nacino), his classmate and Karen’s assistant in the dance studio, to teach him the dances that Karen teaches in her classes before actually enrolling. A unique love triangle, one wherein the point is to share love and not to exclusively own love, ensues.

11a – 12.3p -- The Future of Animation

1p – 2.3p - BINISAYA Short Films in Competition

3p – 4.3p - Regional Short Films in Exhibition

5p – 6.30p - Ang Manok ni San Pedro

Ang Ang Manok ni San Pedro ay isang palabas sa telebisyon sa Pilipinas noong 1977 na ipinalabas sa RPN 9. Isang katangian ng palabas na ito ang pagkakaroon ng nagsasalitang manok na tandang.

7p – 8.30p - Kordero sa Diyos

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