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5 PH films in LA fest

/ 12:16 AM April 03, 2014

MARA Lopez in “Debosyon,” where she plays an enigmatic maiden who lives in the forest.

Five full-length feature films from the Philippines will be featured at the 30th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, set on May 1 to 11.

Featured in the section New Face of Philippine Cinema are: Alvin Yapan’s “Debosyon,” Borgy Torre’s “Kabisera,” Siege Ledesma’s “Shift,” Miko Livelo’s “Blue Bustamante” and Mikhail Red’s “Rekorder.”

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The five films were entries in last year’s Cinemalaya and Cinema One fests. There are also Filipino films in the shorts and documentary sections. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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