‘Himala’ the book, docu, restored film unveiled Dec. 4
Hot off the press, “Sa Puso ng Himala,” a coffee-table book on the Ishmael Bernal film “Himala,” will be launched on December 4, 4 p.m., at Shang Cineplex lobby, Shangri-La Plaza Mall Edsa.
The book includes the full screenplay of the movie (with an English translation) and interviews with lead star Nora Aunor and other cast and crew members.
It also boasts of over 300 unpublished behind-the-scenes photographs.
One day only
Since the 1,000 limited-edition hard-bound copies of the book are nearly sold out, the Philippine Writers Studio Foundation (PWSF) has printed soft-bound versions which will be sold at P500 each on Dec. 4. Regular price is P600 per copy.
For a bulk minimum purchase of 10 copies, buyers will get one for free. (For inquiries, call 426-4961, 928-9557 or (0917) 533-1948.
Sari Dalena and Keith Sicat’s documentary, “Himala Ngayon,” will be screened on the same day at 7 p.m. At 9 p.m., the digitally restored version of the movie will be premiered.
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