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Cinema One screens ‘On the Job’ tonight

Cable channel Cinema One will premiere the award-winning crime thriller “On the Job,” tonight, Sunday, at 8.

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PDI Indie Bravo! film fest on tour

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After a well-received premiere last December at Greenbelt’s MyCinema, the First Inquirer Indie Bravo! Film Festival is going on tour, with screenings scheduled at the Film Development Council of the Philippines Cinematheques in Zamboanga, Davao, Baguio and Iloilo.

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5 PH films in LA fest

MARA Lopez in “Debosyon,” where she plays an enigmatic maiden who lives in the forest.

Five full-length feature films from the Philippines will be featured at the 30th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, set on May 1 to 11.

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Arnel Mardoquio helms silent film

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MARDOQUIO. “We can tell stories even without dialogue.”

“Riddles of My Homecoming,” the sixth feature of Davao-based filmmaker Arnel Mardoquio, is competing in the Currents category of the Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival, from Nov. 11-19 at Trinoma, Glorietta 4 and Robinsons Galleria. It’s a silent film, beautifully shot on Samal Island, and at the foot of Mount Apo, and Compostela Valley.

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Screen scorchers from Cinema One

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TORRE. Delivers a crackerjack portrayal in “Kabisera.”

We’ve had a love-hate “relationship” with Cinema One and its uneven entries—for instance, we loved the storytelling innovations introduced in Richard Somes’ “Yanggaw,” the thematic boldness of Antoinette Jadaone’s “Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay,”…

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