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2014 Cinema One Originals Film Festival Schedule

/ 10:09 PM November 12, 2014

Cinema One originals turns “Intense”MANILA, Philippines—The ongoing Cinema One Originals has “InTENse” for its motto this year as it celebrates its 10th year.

It features 10 full-length digital films, six short films, five restored classics and seven new Asian films.

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Ritesh Batra’s “The Lunch Box” a feel-good heartwarming Indian movie and Elwood Perez’s wayward , if not bizaare, “Esoterika: Maynila” were screened in a full-house opening gala last Sunday.

The festival runs until November 18.

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So far, all the movies are already harboring rave reviews from showgoers and critics alike.

For those who haven’t seen any of the films, here are the full schedules at selected Ayala Malls cinemas.

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