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23 PH films in Singapore fest

/ 08:15 AM November 02, 2014

The Philippines has 23 entries in the Singapore International Film Festival (Dec. 4 to 14).

Pepe Diokno’s “Above the Clouds” competes in the Asian Feature Film section. Other Filipino features: Adolfo Alix Jr.’s “Porno,” Jet Leyco’s “Bukas na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na,” Gym Lumbera’s “Anak Araw,” Lav Diaz’s “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon.” Alix’s short, “The Day After,” is in the Imagine Shorts program.

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AWARDED Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz competes with  “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon.”

AWARDED Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz competes with “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon.”

In “The Kalampag Tracking Agency Program” are shorts and videos:

Miko Revereza’s “Droga,” Melchor Bacani III’s “Once Upon a Time,” Roxlee’s “ABCD” and “Johnny Crawl,”

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Ramon Jose Leyran’s “Riddle: Shout of Man,” John Torres’ “Very Specific Things at Night,” Yason Banal’s “Chop-Chopped First Lady and Chop-Chopped First Daughter,”

Tad Ermitanio’s “The Retrochronological Transfer of Information,” Raya Martin’s “Ars Colonia,” Tito & Tita’s “Class Picture,” Martha Atienza’s “Anito,” Jon Lazam’s “The Moon Is Not Ours,” and

Cesar Hernando, Eli Guieb III and Jimbo Albano’s “Rust.” In the Asian Short Films section: Giancarlo Abrahan’s “May Dinadala,” Pam Miras’ “Heart of Stone,” Justin Pascua’s “Excerpts.”

Produced by Filipino Bianca Balbuena, Italian filmmaker Andrea Capranico’s documentary “The Undertaker,” about a community of informal settlers in a Manila cemetery, is in the lineup as well. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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