WATCH: Bea Binene’s advocacy film ‘Fading Paradise’
Kapuso actress Bea Binene veers away from the mainstream and goes for an ultimate adventure with her upcoming indie film, “Fading Paradise,” which is included in this year’s QCinema film festival.
Described as a “a self-produced advocacy indie film about climate change,” the film, according to Binene, will take moviegoers to the beautiful seas of the Philippines.
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Fading Paradise, a self-produced advocacy indie film about climate change. With me, Krystal Reyes, Coleen Perez, Kenneth Paul Cruz, Mark Castillo, Angelo Serna with the special participation of Ms. Alma Moreno. :) Here's the link of the official trailer: https://youtu.be/eSjog8OOHl0 We are one of the featured films of QCinema this year! Please catch us on these days: 1.) GATEWAY CINEMA 7 on October 20, Friday, 1:30pm 2.) ROBINSONS GALLERIA CINEMA 7 on October 24, Tuesday, 3:30pm 3.) QC Museum Mini Theater, October 26, Thursday, 3:00pm You may also visit our official Facebook page, www.facebook.com/FadingParadise We hope to see you! :) Please share! :)
With her in the film are Krystal Reyes, Coleen Perez, Kenneth Paul Cruz, Mark Castillo and Angelo Serna. The film also has the special participation of Ms. Alma Moreno.
“Fading Paradise” will be shown in the following movie houses:
GATEWAY CINEMA 7, on Oct. 20, Friday, 1:30 p.m.
ROBINSONS GALLERIA CINEMA 7, Oct. 24, Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.
QC Museum Mini Theater, Oct.r 26, Thursday, 3 p.m. /ra
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