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Kapampangan film in Japan fest

/ 12:02 AM August 10, 2016
Poet Francisco Guinto (left) and Ronwaldo Martin in “Ari: My Life With a King”

Poet Francisco Guinto (left) and Ronwaldo Martin in “Ari: My Life With a King”

Carlo Enciso Catu’s “Ari (My Life With a King)” is one of 13 films that will be screened at the Fukuoka International Film Festival in Japan, from Sept. 15 to 25. Catu will attend the festival to represent the Kapampangan film produced by Holy Angel University.

According to its website, the fest aims to “introduce excellent films from Asia… [that] use film to deepen understanding of [the region]…, promote cultural and international exchange… [and] foster new talents.”


“Ari” is the lone Philippine film in the lineup, which features entries from other Asian countries including Iraq, Kazakhstan, India, Malaysia and Taiwan. Bayani San Diego Jr.


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