‘Thy Womb’ returns to Australia

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Scene from “Thy Womb”: Nora with Nurjay Sahali and Mercedes Cabral. Photo by Mark Joseph Griswold

Brillante Ma. Mendoza’s “Thy Womb” will have a return engagement in Australia soon. After being screened in Brisbane, where it won Best Director for Mendoza and Best Actress for Nora Aunor at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards last November, “Thy Womb” will have screenings in Melbourne at the Australian Center for the Moving Image from May 10 to 13. The ACMI website described the Filipino film as “a lyrical tale of love and beauty.” Bayani San Diego Jr.

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  • selinaKyle2012

    Saan kayang mga film festivals sa mundo maiimbitahan ang Sisterakas at Enteng Kabisote? Based sa nabalitaan ko, si Direk Brillante daw mismo ang nahihirapan pumili ng tatanggapin nilang invitation kasi nga kabi-kabila daw ang invitations ng Thy Womb lalo na sa America. Yung iba daw kasi nag-o-overlap. Now, sino ang nakakahiya? Ang Thy Womb na nangulelat sa sarili niyang bansa ngunit patuloy na inaanyayahan sa iba’t-ibang bansa? O ang mga masang Filipino na pinili ang mga basurang tulad ng Sisterakas at Enteng Kabisote?

  • http://www.facebook.com/marimar.santos.58726 Marimar Santos

    Congrats THY WOMB, talaga namang uma-ariba pa rin….INTERNATIONALLY..kasi mas malawak ang isip ng mga banyaga at they really know how to appreciate a QUALITY MOVIE, sariling atin, gawang pinoy…LUVSKY ng mga foreigner ….tanging THYWOMB lang, yung iba….NASA BAUL NA o nasa BASURAHAN NA!!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O4MDZR3SLTCYBA24RLMQO52H7U Avtar Singh

    It must be a great film….The Filipinos had been bombarded with bad films with great laughter BUT it doesn’t help to educate the young people Oh wait I guess it does in some ways, we love to support garbage…

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