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‘Posas’ wins in Hanoi

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Filipino filmmaker Lawrence Fajardo’s “Posas” won best film at the Hanoi International Film Festival in Vietnam last week, according to producer Joji Alonso.

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‘Posas’ wins best film at Hanoi festival

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“Posas” won best film at the Hanoi International Film Festival, according to producer Joji Alonso.

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‘Posas’ goes to Vietnam

Lawrence Fajardo’s “Posas” will compete in the Hanoi International Film Festival. Producer Joji Alonso told the Inquirer that the director and lead actor, Nico Antonio, were invited to the festival, to be held in Vietnam from November 25 to 29.

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‘Posas’ to compete in Hanoi filmfest

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Lawrence Fajardo’s “Posas” will compete in the Hanoi International Film Festival, set in Vietnam in November. Director Fajardo and lead actor Nico Antonio were invited to the Hanoi festival. “Posas” won best film in the Directors’ Showcase of this year’s Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival.

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Three Cinemalaya films go to Busan

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Three Filipino indies have been invited to the Busan International Film Festival to be held in South Korea this October. Lawrence Fajardo’s “Posas,” best film in the Directors’ Showcase, will be part of “A Window on Asian Cinema.” Vincent Sandoval’s “Aparisyon” will compete in the New Currents section, while Mes de Guzman’s “Diablo,” best film in the New Breed section, will be in the international premiere division. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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A very fine Art, indeed

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Award-winning actor Art Acuña follows a simple method when preparing for a movie, TV or stage role.

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‘Posas’ in cinemas

LAWRENCE Fajardo’s “Posas (Shackled),” best picture winner in the directors’ showcase section of this year’s Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, is being screened in commercial cinemas until Aug. 7. On Wednesday, “Posas” opened in Trinoma Cinema 3, SM Megamall Cinema 11 and SM North The Block Cinema 4. A searing critique of the country’s judicial [...]

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‘Posas,’ ‘Diablo’ top Cinemalaya indie filmfest awards

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Iza Calzado, Judy Ann Santos, Janice de Belen and Agot Isidro earned the best performance awards, both for the lead and supporting roles, in Jose Javier Reyes’ “Mga Mumunting Lihim,” a drama on how the secrets of four women best friends were revealed through a diary.

The heavy downpour on Sunday night failed to dampen the spirits of cineastes and participants of the 8th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival who trooped to the Main Theater of the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City for the closing ceremonies of the 10-day festival.

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CINEMALAYA: ‘Amok’ director returns to Cinemalaya

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ANTONIO. Portrays  a snatcher in “Posas.” Photo from abs-cbn.com

One film season ago, director Lawrence Fajardo’s “Amok” became one of Cinemalaya’s most-talked about entries—and his most important film to date. Will lightning strike again with “Posas”?

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CINEMALAYA: Eddie Garcia, Roco twins turn in exceptional portrayals

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GARCIA. Makes viewers laugh and cry in “Bwakaw.”

The beginning of our Cinemalaya movie marathon this year was far from auspicious. Last Saturday, at Greenbelt, the first two screenings we attended (Loy Arcenas’ “Requieme” and Mes de Guzman’s “Diablo”) stopped after 20 minutes, so we decided to refund our ticket for the third title on our list, because we didn’t want to risk another annoying no-show —which was a pity, because both films began exceedingly well.

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Actor takes on role in a perfect fit

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ANTONIO as Jess in “Posas”

An unsuspecting 16-year-old in a blue body warmer walks along a busy street in Quezon City. Suddenly, three men corner him, camouflaging a stickup with confrontational rant about rival fraternities.

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