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‘Ned’s Project’ competes in Rome

/ 12:10 AM September 09, 2016

ANGELI Bayani in “Ned’s Project”

ANGELI Bayani in “Ned’s Project”

Lemuel Lorca’s “Ned’s Project” will compete in the 17th Asiatica Film Mediale in Rome, Italy, from Sept. 17 to Oct. 2. It is the best picture winner in this year’s CineFilipino film festival.

According to its website, Asiatica Film Mediale has screened 800 films from 40 different countries in the last 17 years.


Screenings for this year’s edition will be held at the Teatro Argentina and Teatro India.


To be shown in the fest are over 40 films (full-length features, short films and documentaries) from 20 different countries, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Turkey, Vietnam and the Philippines.

The fest’s site describes the Asiatica Film Mediale as a pioneering cultural project—a “kaleidoscope of experiences, emotions and interdisciplinary narratives.” Bayani San Diego Jr.

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