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Three Philippine films in Udine fest

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“THE STRANGERS”

Apart from Chris Martinez’s movie musical “I Do Bidoo Bidoo,” two horror flicks—Erik Matti’s “Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles” and Lawrence Fajardo’s “The Strangers”—will also be screened at the Far East Film Festival, to be held in Udine, Italy from April 19 to 27. Joji Alonso, producer of “The Strangers,” relayed the news to the Inquirer this week.

Matti likewise confirmed his film’s participation in Udine.

“We are awaiting word for (the erotic drama) ‘Rigodon.’ We hope Udine will get both ‘Tiktik’ and ‘Rigodon,’” Matti said. Bayani San Diego Jr.


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