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First 4 films for MMFF 2020 announced

By: - Reporter
/ 10:46 PM July 17, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The first four films for the 2020 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) have been revealed.

In a Facebook post, MMFF organizers said the first four films are “Ang Mag Kaibigan ni Mama Susan”, “Magikland”, “Praybeyt Benjamin 3”, and “The Exorcism of My Siszums”.

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MMFF is usually held during the Christmas season. The first summer edition of the festival was supposed to happen this year, however, it was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Here’s what you should know about the four films:

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Ang Mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan

Production: Regal Entertainment, Inc.

Genre: Horror

Lead Actor: Joshua Garcia

Lead Actress: Angie Ferro

Director: Chito Roño

Scriptwriter: Bob Ong

Magikland

Production: Brightlight Leisure Productions Inc./Gallaga Reyes Films

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Genre: Fantasy Adventure Film

Lead Actors: Jun Urbano, Migs Cuaderno, Joshua Eugenio, Jamir Babarte, Dwight Gaston

Lead Actresses: Bibeth Orteza, Elijah Aleto, Princess Aliyah Rabara, Hailey Mendez, Kenken Duyad

Director: Christian Acuna

Scriptwriters: Antoinette Jadaone, Irene Villamor, Rod C. Marmol, Pat Apura, Devein Baltazar

Praybeyt Benjamin 3

Production: ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc/Viva Communications Inc.

Genre: Comedy

Lead Actor: Vice Ganda

Lead Actress: To be finalized

Scriptwriters: Daisy Cayanan, Dip Mariposque, Jonathan James Albano

The Exorcism of My Siszums (working title)

Production: Tincan

Genre: Comedy Horror

Lead Actresses: Toni Gonzaga, Alex Gonzaga

Director and Scriptwriter: Fifth Solomon

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