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The Typist PH Guide To Cinemalaya 2017

The Typist PH Guide To Cinemalaya 2017

Cinemalaya season is soooo on!

For film lovers like this writer, August rolls with it two things: pesky thunderstorms; and a film event that we can’t afford not to attend. The former, we’re all already familiar with. We’re hardwired to equip ourselves with umbrellas and to go about laborious tasks just so to stay dry. The latter, however, not everyone is familiar with. Which is strange, given its long history of effectively(?) showcasing local independent films to a nationwide, mainstream audience.

This film event is called Cinemalaya. And if you’ve nothing better to do in August, I recommend you spend a few days watching films in this festival. There’s plenty to go around for everybody, including of course but not limited to, Filipino independent films.

The Typist PH Guide To Cinemalaya 2017

Take this post with you as a reference during the festival. We will update it complete with screening schedules, trailers, synopses, and more as details become available.

Full-length Features

Ang Guro Kong Di Marunong Magbasa
(dir. Perry Escano)

“In this barrio, the number of child warrior grows when their illiterate teacher disappears and education is ignored.”

Ang Pamilyang Hindi Lumuluha
(dir. Mes De Guzman)

A woman is desperate to bring back her husband and her children, but only a popular “family without tears” can restore her hopes to rebuild her own family.

Baconaua
(dir. Joseph Israel Laban)

After a particularly strong squall, a sleepy fishing village in a tiny island in Southern Tagalog wakes up to an astonishing sight – their sea has turned red.  Floating on their waters are thousands of apples.  No one knows where it came from.  Some see it as a bad omen from the baconaua – a creature of myth.  A few think it’s a miracle from heaven.  While others fear a more sinister source. 

Bagahe
(dir. Zig Dulay)

An OFW escapes from her rapist boss and dumps her fetus at the comfort room of an airplane hoping to go back to the Philippines and be with her family.

Kiko Boksingero
(dir. Thop Nazareno)

Kiko, an 11-year-old boy left aimlessly alone with his nanny after the recent death of his mother, rekindles a long lost relationship with his father in an attempt to find a new lease on life.

Nabubulok
(dir. Sonny Calvento)

Luna is missing. Jason Harper, her American husband, is alleged of killing her. As Jason intends to leave the country, circumstances conspire to avert his plan. 

Requited
(dir. Nerissa Picadizo)

A dramatic biking love story with splashes of adventure. “Requited” is about a disease-stricken biker who wants to conquer a treacherous terrain on one final adventure that pitted him against nature and the woman he desires.

Respeto
(dir. Treb Monteras II)

An amateur young hiphop rapper and a grumpy veteran poet cross paths during a stand-off between riot police and squatters.  Both are compelled to interact and deal with each other’s problems, healing the wounds of the past and having a new perspective on writing their respective verses.

Sa Gabing Nanahimik Ang Mga Kuliglig
(dir. Iar Lionel Arondaing)

For nothing that is covered will not be revealed, or hidden that will not be known. What is uttered in the dark will find its way exalted in the light. For what you whisper, will be proclaimed in the housetops. And, do not fear what kills the body, because nothing can kill the soul. Rather, fear what can destroy in absolute.

Short Features

Aliens Ata
(dir. Glenn Barit)

Two young brothers deal with the sudden loss of their father. Their overseas-filipino-worker mother goes back home for the funeral but will soon had to depart for work again. For kids, some things are hard to grasp that’s why they look at the sky for answers. Could it be aliens?

Islabodan
(dir. Juan Carlo Tarobal)

Caloy, a lone, apathetic plastic bottle collector, gets caught in the middle of two warring gangs which changes his disposition in life forever.

Sorry For The Inconvenience
(dir. Carl Arian Chavez)

Joshua, a timid teenager, comes home one night after he was beaten up by the school’s bully. Feeling the urge to avenge himself, he decides to take matters into his own hands. But things don’t go as planned. Now, he is left with no choice but to seek help from his policeman father.

Lola Loleng
(dir. Che Tagyamon)

A young woman goes back to her province in the countryside where she gets to once again meet her Grandmother Loleng – a distant relative and a senile parol (Christmas lantern) artisan. Together, they will explore Grandma Loleng’s landscape of memories, only to unearth her innermost secrets and wartime experiences. It is about memory and forgetting, both in the context of the personal and of the national consciousness.

Manong ng Pa Aling
(dir. E. del Mundo)

Manong ng Pa-­Aling, directly translated as Man of Pa-­Aling, is the incredible story of man’s natural relationship with the ocean. And amidst physical frailty, and of his age, Manong decides what he will do next after retiring from his only known profession, to be a fisherman.

Fatima Marie Torres and the Invasion Of Space Shuttle Pinas 25
(dir. Carlo Francis Manatad)

Set during the launch of the first space shuttle of the Philippines – an ordinary old couple living in the suburbs attempts to go about their life during this strange day.

Juana and Sacred Shoes
(dir. Antonne Santiago)

Juana is a beautiful maiden living peacefully in her island. While dancing in the middle of the sea, she sees how vast the waters are, and suddenly realizes that she is alone. To satisfy her longing, she does an animistic ritual and prays for a companion. A man arrives.

Nakaw
(dirs. Arvin Belarmino, Noel Escondo)

“Nakaw” tells the story of Bateng, a boy who triggered a series of life-changing events when he stole an old woman’s purse.

Hilom
(dir. P.R. Patindol)

In a fishing village that’s been ravaged by a strong typhoon, the bond of twin brothers is disrupted by another young boy.  Hilom follows the journey of the brothers, Andres and Gael, as they find healing against the harsh landscape of an island that’s also trying to recover.

Bawod
(dir. T.M. Malones)

On the eve of her school’s annual Talent Show in a small rural village in the mountains of Iloilo, twelve-year-old Thirdy is worried she will not be able to perform because she could not afford to rent a traditional costume and pay the required contribution. 

Maria
(dir. J.P. Habac)

When the whole family confronted her 14-year-old daughter of a suspected pregnancy, a 50-year-old woman gives birth to her 22nd child.

Nakauwi Na
(dir. Marvin Cabangunay, Jaynus Olaivar)

A brave battle against grief, anger and injustice. “Nakauwi Na” follows Mang Jerry as he finds ways to earn enough money to get his son, a victim of extra judicial killings, out of the funeral home.

Visions Of Asia

The Kids
(dir. Sunny Yu)

Eight-grader Bao-Li came to the rescue of Jia-Jia, whom he immediately falls in love with. But after a heated argument, Jia-Jia leaves him frustrated. Hoping to win her back, Bao-Li starts selling drugs to make money, realizing that the difficulties he must face have just started.

Ken and Kazu
(dir. Hiroshi Shoji)

Partners in crime Ken and Kazu use an auto repair shop to sell drugs and make money. But Kazu makes a dangerous move, and Ken is driven into a corner by the local Yakuza boss. Obsession, sense of indebtedness, connection and future is portrayed against the backdrop of drug dealings in the underworld.

Mina Walking
(dir. Yosef Baraki)

12 year-old Mina cooks, sews, washes and works selling knick-knacks on the war-torn streets of Kabul to feed her neglectful father and senile grandfather. She spends her life walking without looking back or stopping. The film presents the lasting effects of the Taliban era and coalition war from the perspective of a shattered Afghan family.

River Road
(dir. Li Ruijun)

Yugur ethnic minority brothers, Adikeer and Bartel traverse the Silk Road to reunite with their parents. Towards the end of their travel, a chance encounter with an elderly Buddhist opens up possibilities for the beginning of a new journey that the brothers must undertake, one into unexplored territories from which they can never return to the home of their ancestral past.

Under Heaven
(dir. Dalmira Tilepbergen)

Two brothers, rebellious Kerim and conscientious Aman, both fall for a local village girl, Saltanat, which ultimately leads to a bitter dispute and unforeseen and tragic consequences.

Motor Bicycle
(dir. Shameera Rangana Naotunna)

A young aspiring musician buys his dream motor bicycle and takes his girlfriend on a joyride. The events that follow deprive him of not only the motorcycle, but also of so much else that’s valuable.  

August in Tokyo
(dir. Ryutaro Nakagawa)

‘August in Tokyo’ presents a parallel story of a man and a woman living in the suburb of Tokyo.The film portrays the dynamics of people trying to co-exist in nature and in the city.

Until I Lose My Breath
(dir. Emine Emel Balci)

Serap works as a runner in a clothing workshop. She lives with her detached sister and abusive brother-in-law. Fed up, she hopes to move away with her father. But as the father is reluctant to her plans, Serap decides to take matters into her own hands.

Child Of Debt
(dir. Umashankar Swamy)

Ranga, a farm hand who works to clear his debt succumbs to an illness, and Subba his son must now work to pay the dues. The film gently leads into the emotional life of an idyllic community, as it shows how, despite the bounty of nature, a web of debt and feudal authority draws people into a deadly spiral.

Stranger
(dir. Yermek Tursunov)

Orphaned by the brutal Soviet collectivization campaign of the 1930s, a young Kazakh boy Ilyas, takes to the mountains and lives amongst a pack of wolves.

Screening Schedules

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(SATURDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER
10:00 AM — REQUITED
12:45 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG (GALA SCREENING)
3:30 PM — SHORTS “B” (GALA SCREENING)
6:15 PM – NABUBULOK (GALA SCREENING)
9:00 PM – BAGAHE (GALA SCREENING)

CCP LITTLE THEATER
10:00 AM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
12:45 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
3:30 PM — FORBIDDEN MEMORY
6:15 PM – POOLSIDEMAN
9:00 PM — WOMEN OF THE WEEPING RIVER

CCP STUDIO THEATER
12:45 PM — TURAH (Indonesia)
3:30 PM – BACONAUA
6:15 PM – ALIPATO
9:00 PM – BEST PARTEE EVER

CCP DREAM THEATER
10:00 AM — SHORT FEATURE A
12:45 PM — SHORT FEATURE B
3:30 PM — ANIMATION A and EXPERIMENTAL A
6:15 PM — DOCUMENTARY A
9:00 PM — SHORT FEATURE C

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM – NABUBULOK
4:30 PM — SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM – NABUBULOK
4:30 PM — SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM – BACONAUA
4:30 PM—BAGAHE
7:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – REQUITED

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM – BACONAUA
4:30 PM—BAGAHE
7:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM – REQUITED

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — NABUBULOK
4:30 PM – BACONAUA
7:00 PM — REQUITED
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
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(SUNDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
12:45 PM — BACONAUA
3:30 PM — SHORTS “A” (GALA SCREENING)
6:15 PM – RESPETO (GALA SCREENING)
9:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA (GALA SCREENING)

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
10:00 AM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
12:45 PM – REQUITED
3:30 PM — THE APOLOGY
6:15 PM — BHOY INTSIK
9:00 PM — AREA

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
12:45 PM — ABOVE IT ALL (Laos)
3:30 PM — SAVING SALLY
6:15 PM — SHORTS “B”
9:00 PM — BAKA BUKAS

CCP DREAM THEATER
10:00 AM — DOCUMENTARY B
12:45 PM — SHORT FEATURE D
3:30 PM — ANIMATION B and EXPERIMENTAL B
6:15 PM — DOCUMENTARY C
9:00 PM — SHORT FEATURE E

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM — REQUITED
4:30 PM — BAGAHE
7:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
9:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — REQUITED
4:30 PM — BAGAHE
7:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
9:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – BAGAHE
7:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
9:30 PM — BACONAUA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – BAGAHE
7:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
9:30 PM — BACONAUA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM – NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM – NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
7:00 PM — BAGAHE
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
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(MONDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
3:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
6:15 PM — BACONAUA
9:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
3:30 PM — SHORTS “B”
6:15 PM — MAESTRA
9:00 PM — BLISS

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
3:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
6:15 PM — REQUITED
9:00 PM — TU PUG IMATUY (THE RIGHT TO KILL)

CCP DREAM THEATER
10:00 AM — SHORT FEATURE F
12:45 PM — DOCUMENTARY D
3:30 PM — SHORT FEATURE G
6:15 PM — ANIMATION C
8:00 PM – AWARDS NIGHT (Gawad CCP)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM — SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – BACONAUA
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM — SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM – BACONAUA
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – RESPETO
7:00 PM — NABUBULOK
9:30 PM — REQUITED

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – RESPETO
7:00 PM — NABUBULOK
9:30 PM — REQUITED

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM — RESPETO
4:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM — RESPETO
4:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
9:30 PM — RESPETO
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(TUESDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
3:30 PM — BAGAHE
6:15 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA (GALA SCREENING)
9:00 PM – REQUITED (GALA SCREENING)

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM – CINEMALAYA CAMPUS
3:30 PM — ABOVE IT ALL (Laos)
6:15 PM — ANG BABAE SA SEPTIC TANK 2
9:00 PM — ASIAN THREEFOLD MIRROR 2016: REFLECTIONS

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
12:45 PM — BEYOND THE BLOCK
3:30 PM – TISAY
6:15 PM — SHORTS “A”
9:00 PM — KABISERA

CCP DREAM THEATER
3:30 PM – ANIMAHENASYON PROGRAM 1
6:15 PM — MULANAY
9:00 PM — MERCURY IS MINE

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM – BACONAUA
4:30 PM — RESPETO
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — NABUBULOK

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM – BACONAUA
4:30 PM — RESPETO
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — NABUBULOK

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM – KIKO BOKSINGERO

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
4:30 PM – REQUITED
7:00 PM — BAGAHE
9:30 PM– ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
4:30 PM – REQUITED
7:00 PM — BAGAHE
9:30 PM– ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — NABUBULOK
9:30 PM – BACONAUA

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(WEDNESDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
3:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
6:15 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO (GALA SCREENING)
9:00 PM – RESPETO

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM – CINEMALAYA CAMPUS
3:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
6:15 PM — SUNDAY BEAUTY QUEEN
9:00 PM — ORO

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
12:45 PM – KASAL?
3:30 PM — VINCE & KATH & JAMES
6:15 PM – NABUBULOK
9:00 PM – BAGAHE

CCP DREAM THEATER
3:30 PM — 2016 SHORT FEATURES
6:15 PM — TINIMBANG KA NGUNIT KULANG
9:00 PM – TUOS

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM — REQUITED
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM — REQUITED
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — BAGAHE
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — BAGAHE
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
4:30 PM — SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — BACONAUA

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
4:30 PM — SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — BACONAUA

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
4:30 PM – ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
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(THURSDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
10:00 AM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
12:45 PM — NABUBULOK
3:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
6:15 PM — SHORTS “B”
9:00 PM – BACONAUA (GALA SCREENING)

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
12:45 PM – RESPETO
3:30 PM — KAKABA-KABA KA BA?
6:15 PM — THE PAINTER’S VIEW
9:00 PM — DIE BEAUTIFUL

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
12:45 PM — HIHINTAYIN KITA SA LANGIT
3:30 PM – POOLSIDEMAN
6:15 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
9:00 PM — 2 COOL 2 BE 4GOTTEN

CCP DREAM THEATER
3:30 PM — LUCIA
6:15 PM – PAMILYA ORDINARYO
9:00 PM – MRS.

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM – ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
4:30 PM – BACONAUA
7:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM — RESPETO

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM – ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
4:30 PM – BACONAUA
7:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
9:30 PM — RESPETO

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – REQUITED
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
4:30 PM – REQUITED
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM — REQUITED
4:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
7:00 PM – NABUBULOK
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM — REQUITED
4:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
7:00 PM – NABUBULOK
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — BAGAHE
9:30 PM — RESPETO
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(FRIDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
10:00 AM – BAGAHE
12:45 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
3:30 PM — REQUITED
6:15 PM — SHORTS “A”
9:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
10:00 AM – NABUBULOK
12:45 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
3:30 PM – TURAH (Indonesia)
6:15 PM — A GIFT (Thailand)
9:00 PM – PAUWI NA

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
10:00 AM — SHORTS “A”
12:45 PM — KAKABA-KABA KA BA?
3:30 PM — THE PAINTER’S VIEW (Korea)
6:15 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO

CCP DREAM THEATER:
12:45 PM — ANIMAHENASYON PROGRAM 2
3:30 PM — MGA MUNTING TINIG
6:15 PM — STARDOOM
9:00 PM — TWO FUNERALS

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
2:00 PM — BAGAHE
4:30 PM — NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — BAGAHE
4:30 PM — NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — SHORTS “A”
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – BACONAUA
7:00 PM — REQUITED
9:30 PM — NABUBULOK

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – BACONAUA
7:00 PM — REQUITED
9:30 PM — NABUBULOK

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
2:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
4:30 PM — SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
9:30 PM — RESPETO

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
2:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
4:30 PM — SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
9:30 PM — RESPETO

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — BACONAUA
4:30 PM – SHORTS “B”
7:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
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(SATURDAY)

CCP MAIN THEATER:
10:00 AM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
12:45 PM — RESPETO
3:30 PM – NABUBULOK
6:15 PM – PASTOR (Closing Film)

CCP LITTLE THEATER:
10:00 AM — BACONAUA
12:45 PM – BAGAHE
3:30 PM — PLEASE REMEMBER (China)
6:15 PM — SINGING IN GRAVEYARDS (Malaysia, Philippines)
9:00 PM – HIGH TIDE

CCP STUDIO THEATER:
10:00 AM – SHORTS “B”
12:45 PM — A GIFT (Thailand)
3:30 PM – RESPETO
6:15 PM — WHAT HOME FEELS LIKE
9:00 PM — PATAY NA SI HESUS

CCP DREAM THEATER:
12:45 PM — CINEMALAYA INSTITUTE 2017 (Shorts)
3:30 PM — ANG BABAENG HUMAYO
9:00 PM — INSTALADO

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
11:30 AM — SHORTS “B”
2:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
4:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
7:00 PM – REQUITED
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
11:30 AM — SHORTS “B”
2:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
4:30 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
7:00 PM – REQUITED
9:30 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
4:30 PM – SHORTS “A”
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
11:30 AM — SHORTS “A”
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM — BACONAUA

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
11:30 AM — SHORTS “A”
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – NABUBULOK
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM — BACONAUA

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
4:30 PM – RESPETO
7:00 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
9:30 PM — NABUBULOK
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(SUNDAY)

GLORIETTA 4 (Cinema 4)
11:30 AM – SHORTS “A”
2:00 PM – REQUITED
4:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
7:00 PM — ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
9:30 PM — BAGAHE

TRINOMA (Cinema 1)
11:30 AM — KIKO BOKSINGERO
2:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
4:30 PM — BACONAUA
6:00 PM — RESPETO
9:30 PM — NABUBULOK

FAIRVIEW TERRACES (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — RESPETO
4:30 PM – ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
7:00 PM — BACONAUA
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — RESPETO
4:30 PM – ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
7:00 PM — BACONAUA
9:30 PM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG

GREENBELT 1 (Cinema 2)
11:30 AM — SHORTS “B”
2:00 PM – BACONAUA
4:30 PM — RESPETO
7:00 PM – NABUBULOK
9:30 PM – REQUITED

UP TOWN CENTER (Cinema 3)
11:30 AM — SA GABING NANAHIMIK ANG MGA KULIGLIG
2:00 PM– ANG GURO KONG ‘DI MARUNONG MAGBASA
4:30 PM — BAGAHE
7:00 PM – KIKO BOKSINGERO
9:30 PM – ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA

MARQUEE MALL (Cinema 1)
2:00 PM — SHORTS “B”
4:30 PM – REQUITED
7:00 PM — ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA
9:30 PM – BAGAHE
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General Ticket Information

Ticket Prices (CCP Theaters)

  • Regular Price: P150 per screening
  • Student Price: P100 per screening
  • Discounts: 20% for Senior Citizens, PWD, Government and Military Personnel

Festival Passes

  • All-Access Festival Pass – P3,500
    • Admission to all festival screenings at CCP venues only (not valid in Ayala Cinemas)
    • Free seating on a first-come first-served basis (subject to availability once screening starts)
    • Priority lane entry to the theater
    • Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time)
    • Not valid for Samsung Screenings
    • Non-transferable
  • FIC (Films-in-Competition) Pass – P1,500
    • Admission to 11 Main Films-in-Competition (9 full-length competition screenings and 2 sets of short films at CCP venues only (not valid in Ayala Cinemas);
    • Free seating on a first-come first-served basis (subject to availability once screening starts)
    • Priority lane entry
    • Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time)
    • Not valid for Samsung Screenings
    • Non-transferable
  • Barkada Pass – P1,500 (per screening for a group of 5 people)
    • Exclusive screening for a group of maximum 5 people at the Samsung Screening Lounge, 4th Floor of the CCP
    • Priority lane entry
    • Choice of all competing films
    • Free popcorn
    • Barkada is allowed to bring food and beverages
    • Non-transferable
  • One-Day Pass
    • P500 -admission to 4 screenings for the day (validity date is indicated on the ticket)
    • P700 – admission to 5 screenings for the day (validity date is indicated on the ticket)
  • VIP Box (One Screening) – P1,000
    • One (1) dedicated box with 6 seats at the Main Theater for one (1) screening (validity date is indicated on the ticket)
    • Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time)
    • Not valid for Samsung Screenings
    • Non-transferable
  • VIP Box (One Day)
    • P3,000
      • One (1) dedicated box with 6 seats at the Main Theater good for 4 screenings for one (1) day (validity date is indicated on the ticket)
  • P4000
    • One (1) dedicated box with 6 seats at the Main Theater good for 5 screenings for one (1) day (validity date is indicated on the ticket)
    • Priority to tickets to all free admission screenings (Pass holder needs to get a ticket 2 hours before screening time)
    • Not valid for Samsung Screenings
    • Non-transferable

Tickets for CCP theaters will be available for sale in CCP box office and Ticketworld outlets.

For inquiries, you may call Ms. Gemma at 832-1135 local 1803.

Armand

Lifestyle & Culture Editor // Secretly a dog.

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