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‘Transit’ is PH entry to Oscars—FAP

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HANNAH Espia’s “Transit”

MANILA, Philippines — Hannah Espia’s “Transit” is the Philippines’ entry to the Oscars, according to Film Academy of the Philippines head Leo Martinez.

“Transit” was Cinemalaya’s best picture.

The committee on the selection of the Philippine entry to the Oscars is headed by filmmaker Peque Gallaga.

The seven-member FAP selection committee decided to send “Transit” to the Oscars Tuesday night.

Other committee members are actors Robert Arevalo & Gina Alajar, editor Jess Navarro, directors Elwood Perez, Jose Carreon and Willie Mayo.


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Tags: Cinemalaya , Entertainment , Film , Film Academy of the Philippines , Hannah Espia , Movies , Oscars , Transit

  • hustlergalore

    yes, loved the choice!

  • ah_ok_fine12

    galing

  • Fulpol

    why not Sisterakas?

    • hustlergalore

      or one more try? LOL

      • Fulpol

        LOL, why not?

      • PogingPinoy

        where’s the “Ang Panday” love?

  • alfie_snydz

    A BIG YES. Huge chance for Philippine entry. Movie is Oscar Caliber

  • CheapJ

    The reporters didn’t even mention what the movie’s story is all about. Sorry but I have to give you a failing grade.

    • hustlergalore

      i am happy to share to you its cinemalaya website – http://wwwdotcinemalayadotorg/films/new-breed/transit

      it was shown last week in ayala cinemas

      • CheapJ

        Thanks. Still, the reporters didn’t do their homework.

    • alfie_snydz

      Needless to say, its Oscars worthy



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