By Bayani San Diego Jr.
The third edition of CineKabalen film festival, mounted by young filmmaker Jason Paul Laxamana who directed the Kapampangan film “Babagwa” for this year’s Cinemalaya, is set tomorrow, 1 to 6 p.m., at Cinema 6 of SM Pampanga in Angeles City. “Babagwa” opens the festival, whose lineup consists of 12 narrative shorts. Awards night is [...]
Filipino filmmaker John Torres’ “Lukas Niño” is making the rounds of the international film fest circuit.
Lav Diaz’s “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan” won the top prize at the recent Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival in Germany.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Newcomers and veterans alike topped the first CineFilpino Film Festival held at the Genting Club of Resorts World Manila on Sunday night.
By Alex Drechsler
The third annual Third World Independent Film Festival (TWIFF), which showcases independent films that explore social issues around the world, is taking place mid-September with three Filipino films among the entries.
Three Filipino films will be presented at the Third World Indie Film Festival (TWIFF) on September 20-22 at the Century Theaters in Fremont–“Alagway (Breakaway),” “Johnny Loves Dolores” and “Marilou Diaz-Abaya: Filmmaker on a Voyage.”
British filmmaker Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Slave” won the audience prize for best picture at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.
By Julliane Love de Jesus
Young filmmakers will now have more time to perfect their movies made from their own mobile phones as the Cinephone Film Festival will continue to accept short film entries from students until October 4.
Karaoke parties, fancy dress and spaghetti at dawn: Hollywood’s prima-donna stars have brought light relief to a Venice film festival plagued by dark tales of incest, necrophilia, cannibalism and suicide.
A veil of secrecy was draped ironically around a new movie charting the rise of WikiLeaks on Thursday as the whistle-blower drama prepared to open the Toronto International Film Festival.
Life, not his films, is “weird and strange,” director David Cronenberg said Thursday as the Toronto film festival announced a retrospective of his cold, clinical, and often gory movies.
After Cannes, Lav Diaz’s “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan” goes to the Toronto International Film Festival in September.