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IFX 2014: A motion picture haven

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The SMX Convention Center of the SM Mall of Asia Complex became a motion picture haven when the third International Film Expo (IFX) happened from June 27 to 29.

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Now showing: 40 films from 27 countries

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A landmark film coproduction agreement was recently signed by the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and international producers Global Motion Pictures Ltd. and Cinema Veritas. Briccio G. Santos (pictured), chair of the FDCP, said he hopes the film production would begin before the end of the year. photo by RICHARD REYES

Spanish filmmaker Juan Pinzas is not troubled that his film, “New York Shadows,” is competing with the works of two other directors from Spain for the top honors to be handed out Wednesday night at the awards ceremony for the 2014 World Premieres Film Festival (WPFF).

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Film council urges movie makers to tackle climate change

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FDCP chair Briccio Santos hopes the IFX  will remain  “a bridge to other regions of the world in multilateral fashion.” photos courtesy of FDCP

Aiming to secure the support of local filmmakers to help raise awareness on the most pressing issues about the environment, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) mounted the First International Film Commission’s Conference on Climate Change.

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Ibaloy culture goes digital

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“KALON” was made by two groups of young people; one worked on illustrations, the other contributed computer know-how.  DESIREE CALUZA/INQUIRER NORTHERN LUZON

A 15-minute animated film on the wedding tradition of the Ibaloy tribe highlighted the Baguio leg of the Inquirer Indie Bravo! Film Festival held at the Cinematheque here. (The fest moves to Iloilo on Friday.)

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Film council to host int’l fest next month

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IRANIAN director Nasser Refaie’s “The Green Umbrella”

The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), in partnership with various embassies and their cultural arms in the country, will be hosting the first World Premieres Film Festival (WPFF) next month.

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