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Raya Martin film in UP

Raya Martin wins Best Director for “How To Disappear Completely”. INQUIRER file photo

Raya Martin returns to his alma mater UP Diliman, with “How to Disappear Completely.” The film debuted at Locarno (Switzerland) and was shown in Hamburg (Germany) San Diego (California) and Rotterdam (The Netherlands).

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Martin, Peranson film in Canada, Denmark

Raya Martin wins Best Director for “How To Disappear Completely”. INQUIRER file photo

After Toronto, Filipino Raya Martin and Canadian Mark Peranson’s “La última película” will be screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival, set Sept. 26 to Oct. 11.

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Banner year for PH indie films in Cannes

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LAV DIAZ . INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Once a year, this sleepy resort town south of France transforms into a “mecca for cineastes,” in the words of internationally acclaimed Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz.

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Working with Fil-Am Oscar nominee

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Filipino filmmaker Raya Martin will work with Oscar-nominated Filipino-American director of photography Matthew Libatique on the new film, “The Empire.”

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Filipino filmmaker to do Mexican movie

Raya Martin wins Best Director for “How To Disappear Completely”. INQUIRER file photo

Filipino indie filmmaker Raya Martin is co-directing “La Ultima Pelicula” with Cinema Scope magazine publisher and editor Mark Peranson.

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Cheer Factor: Filipino indie films in NY museum

Raya Martin wins Best Director for “How To Disappear Completely”. INQUIRER file photo

Films by Filipino director Raya Martin will be featured at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York from October 19 to 27. Among Martin’s works that will be screened are “Independencia,” “The Island at the End of the World,” “A Short Film about the Indio Nacional,” “Autohystoria,” “The Great Cinema Party,” “Now Showing” and “Next Attraction.” The museum’s website called Martin a “daring, restless filmmaker.” Martin and Gym Lumbera will also set up a video installation, which will debut at the museum lobby on October 19.—Bayani San Diego Jr.

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A very French affair

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GETTING TO KNOW YOU (From left) Tikoy Aguiluz, Olivier Assayas, Brillante Mendoza, French Amb. Gilles Garachon, Stephane Rybojad, Martin Macalintal, Yann Raymond, Adolfo Alix, Ed Lejano  Photos by Arnold Almacen

French Ambassador Gilles Garachon and wife Isabelle opened their home in Forbes Park, Makati, on June 6 to host a welcome dinner for two visiting filmmakers from France: Olivier Assayas and Stéphane Rybojad.

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Filipino filmmaker picked for Berlinale Residency

Raya Martin wins Best Director for “How To Disappear Completely”. INQUIRER file photo

Filipino filmmaker Raya Martin was chosen by an international jury to participate in the first edition of the Berlinale Residency in September. Martin is joining five other filmmakers from Chile, Ireland, Israel, Iran and the Netherlands.

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‘Buenas Noches,’ Manila

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PILAR Lopez de Ayala and Andres Gertrudix in “Buenas Noches, España”

Filipino independent filmmaker Raya Martin’s “Buenas Noches, España” makes its Philippine premiere tomorrow (Monday) at the Pelicula, the 10th Spanish Film Festival in Manila, ongoing at Greenbelt 3 in Makati.

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Indie filmmaker goes on the road in Bilbao

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Raya Martin wins Best Director for “How To Disappear Completely”. INQUIRER file photo

Young independent filmmaker Raya Martin describes his new film, “Buenas Noches, España,” which will premiere at the Locarno film festival in Switzerland next month, as a “road trip.” Using a vintage super 8 film camera, he traveled around Spain with two popular European actors, Pilar Lopez de Ayala and Andres Gertrudix. “It’s my first long [...]

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