The biggest one-day multi-arts festival spectacle in the Philippines is back!
Catch folk dances, ballet shows, theater plays, Cinemalaya films, and more at the Cultural Center of the Philippines on February 6, 2011. From 8 in the morning until 7 in the evening, the public can choose from the more than 100 performances at a ‘pay what you can, see all you can’ scheme. Opo, pwede ang 20 pesos na entrance para sa mga estudyante.
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Dream Theater (film zone)
Sunday, February 6
9:00 AM Alamat ng Sili by Julie Susan Lanzuela Almoneda
3 Lapu Lapu by John Aljo Ignite
9:30 AM HALAW by Sheron Dayoc
- won the Best Film award (New Breed category, Cinemalaya 2010)
- was cited “for its timely depiction of the rigors and dangers that Filipinos go through in order to reach Sabah in search of greener pastures, its mastery of the elements of filmmaking and meaningful narrative, and its powerful herald that Mindanao cinema has come of age”
- also won awards for Best Direction, Best Actor (John Arcilla), and Best Editing
12:20 PM Emo by Car Joseph Papa
1:00 PM Laogon by Sael Templado
Imahinaxion by Samuel Elias Kirk Bacsain
1:40 PM Maskara by Alejandro Karlo Zapanta
Clownes by Neil Paul Molina
Perang Kenkoy by Christopher Asa
2:20 PM Lukso by John Kristofer Sta. Clara
Grandfather’s Clock by Marcelo William W. Munoz
3:15 PM TWO FUNERALS by Gil Portes
- won the special jury prize (Directors’ Showcase category, Cinemalaya 2010)
- also won awards for Best Direction, Best Screenplay, and Best Cinematography
- is the funniest movie at Cinemalaya 2010. This film also bagged the Audience Choice Award. It tells the story of how a coffin was mistakenly sent to the wrong set of grieving family members. The mother (Tessie Tomas) then treks nearly the whole of Luzon to retrieve the corpse of her daughter.