MAIKLING PELIKULA Uwian Na Joanne Cesario Ling is in her last year in grade school. During the course of summer remedial classes, her botanist father fails to return home from his fieldwork. While preparing for school one day, Ling eavesdrops on a conversation between her aunt and her father’s colleague. She hears her aunt saying […]
MAIKLING PELIKULA Sina Igme at Gani Jhayle Meer SINA IGME AT GANI moves towards remembering and projecting childhood in film. It comes close to the world of Igme and Gani where things are quiet, colorful, and simple. Even pain is static, pulled in by their feelings of isolation, but gently eased away by their friendship. […]
MAIKLING PELIKULA Lunod Neica Dela Cruz LUNOD is an experimental film that will consist of visuals of drowning, water and fishes. These visuals will attempt to metaphorically convey the sufferings and travails that the filmmaker has gone (and continues to go) through after having been abandoned by her mother. MAIKLING PELIKULA is a program featuring […]
MAIKLING PELIKULA Asan si Lolo Mê? Sari Estrada ASAN SI LOLO MÊ? tells the story of Grace, a mother who struggles to spare her young son from discovering the reality of death. To cover up the recent death of her son’s grandfather, Grace tells her son that his grandfather has turned into a goat and […]
MAIKLING PELIKULA Para Kay Ama Relyn A. Tan PARA KAY AMA tells the story of Hannah, a 28-year old Chinese-Filipina, as she deals with the recent passing of her businessman father in a car accident. During the wake, a surprising revelation unfolds as Hannah discovers and meets her half-brother for the first time. As Hannah […]
MAIKLING PELIKULA Kusina ni Clara E. L. Nicole Ferriols KUSINA NI CLARA tells the story of Clara who is forced to stay at her grandmother Lucing’s house for the weekend after finding out her parents had just separated. Lucing, wanting to console and communicate with her granddaughter, does so in a way she knows and […]
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