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4 awards for PH in US fest

The Philippines won four awards in the Asian-American and Pacific Islander section of the first Equality International Film Festival held in Oakland, California, recently.

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Bravo! Very indie, down to production values

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DOCUMENTARIAN Adjani Arumpac (center) receives trophy
andGuyito from INQUIRER CEO and president Alexandra Prieto-
Romualdez (left) and Sen. Grace Poe. INQSnap this page for
additional content! RICHARD REYES

The 5th Indie Bravo! tribute rolled out Thursday with production values that could only be described as, well, “indie.”

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Indie Bravo! Night of renegades, game changers and amazing grace

ALL HAIL  Third row (from left): Jason Laxamana, Jake Cuenca, Sid Lucero, Allen Dizon, Joel Lamangan, Maryo de los Reyes, Perry Escaño, Abe Pagtala, Siege Ledesma and Emman de la Cruz; 2nd row (from left): Kyla Domingo, Hazel Orencio, Sandy Talag, Baby Ruth Villarama, Ida Tiongson, Sigrid Andrea P. Bernardo, Nerissa Picadizo, Althea Vega, Marlowie Sandoval, Adjani Arumpac, Tcel Maramag and Orlando Sol; 1st row (from left): Bing Pimentel, Angeli Bayani and son Marek, Therese Malvar, Barbara Miguel, Miggs Cuaderno, Medwin Garcia and Liryc de la Cruz and the Inquirer Entertainment editor Emmie Velarde with staff Bayani San Diego Jr., Marinel Cruz and Allan Policarpio.  RICHARD REYES

Shunning talk of politics, Sen. Grace Poe-Llamanzares stuck to the theme of the celebration: the independent spirit of Filipino filmmakers.

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CineKabalen fest in Angeles City

The CineKabalen Kapampangan Film Festival will screen films for free at SM City Clark Cinema 4 in Angeles City on Dec 13. Exhibition films will be shown from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. From 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., 10 finalists in the shorts competition will be screened. Call 0915-2601946.

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Poe top-bills Indie Bravo! tribute Thursday night

Senator Grace Poe-Llamanzares. FACEBOOK PHOTO

Sen. Grace Poe leads the guest speakers in Thursday night’s Indie Bravo! tribute to independent filmmakers, along with Briccio Santos, chair of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP); Eugenio Villareal, chair of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB); and Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista.

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