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‘Norte’ opens Indie Bravo!-Fully Booked film festival

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SID LUCERO and Mae Paner in “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan,” Cannes, Un Certain Regard

To help seek alternative venues for independently produced films is one of the thrusts of the annual Indie Bravo! tribute presented by the Inquirer.

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The movies they’re making

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WALLIS. Racially blind casting for “Annie” reboot.

These days, many moviegoers are looking forward to finally watching the latest “Hunger Games” film, “Mockingjay Part 1,” as well as “Batman V Superman.” For our part, we can hardly wait to catch the new movie version of the hit musical, “Annie,” because it fields a black title character (played by the phenomenal Quvenzhané Wallis) instead of the “generic” W.A.S.P. redhead!

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Pelicula Spanish Film Festival goes to Zamboanga, Davao, Ilo-ilo, Baguio

“La gran familia española” is Pelicula-Pelikula 2014’s “Audience Choice” awardee. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/IC Manila

From October 28 to November 23, a selection of movies from “Pelicula-Pelikula 2014,” this year’s Spanish Film Festival presented by Instituto Cervantes, the Embassy of Spain and the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) will be shown in FDCP movie theaters in Baguio, Ilo-ilo, Zamboanga and Davao.

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From wedded bliss to wedded blitz, ‘Gone Girl’ thrills

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BEN AFFLECK top-bills a “character-heavy piece” that’s actually “a trickier puzzle than it looks.”

Filmmaker David Fincher does not shy away from dark or controversial stories and embraces his projects the way consummate storytellers do—by adding visual integrity and the characteristic edge to his movies.

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6 PH films in Austin

SID LUCERO in “Norte”: Distinctive, hypnotic visual style

Six local movies will be featured in the Filipino Film Series of the Austin Film Society.

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