The answer to everything is to move on.
It is the only choice you have left.
The answer to everything is to move on.
It is the only choice you have left.
ROBINSONS GALLERIA MOVIEWORLD
5:00 PM OPENING COCKTAILS
7:00 PM OPENING PROGRAM
8:00 PM ORO PLATA MATA (restored version)
12:30 PM SHORT FILM PROGRAMME
2:30 PM Best of Cinema One Originals: KA ORYANG
5:00 PM Best of Cinema One Originals: DI INGON NATO
7:00 PM Premiere: MELODRAMA NEGRA
9:00 PM Premiere: MARIPOSA SA HAWLA NG GABI
12:00 PM Best of Cinema One Originals: SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION FROM LILIA CUNTAPAY
2:00 PM ANG PAGLALAKBAY NG MGA BITUIN SA GABING MADILIM
4:30 PM BAYBAYIN
7:00 PM Premiere: SLUMBER PARTY
9:00 PM Premiere: MATER DOLOROSA
12:30 PM MAMAY UMENG
2:30 PM ABERYA
5:00 PM MARIPOSA SA HAWLA NG GABI
7:15 PM Premiere: PASCALINA
9:00 PM Premiere: CATNIP
12:00 PM EDSA XXX
2:00 PM CATNIP
4:00 PM SHORT FILM PROGRAMME
6:00 PM MELODRAMA NEGRA
8:00 PM PALITAN
10:00 PM SLUMBER PARTY
12:30 PM ANAK ARAW
2:30 PM MATER DOLOROSA
4:30 PM MAMAY UMENG
6:30 PM PALITAN
8:30 PM BAYBAYIN
12:30 PM SLUMBER PARTY
3:00 PM EDSA XXX
5:00 PM SUPREMO
7:30 PM ANAK ARAW
9:30 PM PASCALINA
12:30 PM MATER DOLOROSA
2:30 PM MELODRAMA NEGRA
4:30 PM ABERYA
7:00 PM EDSA XXX
9:15 PM MARIPOSA SA HAWLA NG GABI
12:00 PM ABERYA
2:30 PM BAYBAYIN
5:00 PM ANAK ARAW
7:00 PM CATNIP
9:30 PM ALAGWA
12:00 PM CATNIP
2:30 PM SLUMBER PARTY
5:00 PM PASCALINA
7:00 PM ANG PAGLALAKBAY NG MGA BITUIN SA GABING MADILIM
9:50 PM SHORT FILM PROGRAMME
12:30 PM PALITAN
2:30 PM MARIPOSA SA HAWLA NG GABI
5:00 PM BAYBAYIN
7:30 PM Premiere: GRACELAND
9:30 PM Premiere: JUNGLE LOVE
2:30 PM MAMAY UMENG
4:30 PM GRACELAND
6:30 PM BEST PICTURE CATEGORY 1
9:00 PM BEST PICTURE CATEGORY 2
2012 Cinema One ORIGINALS Festival Screening Schedule at Edsa Shangri-La Cineplex cinema 4:
2:30 PM Best of Cinema One Originals: DI INGON NATO
5:00 PM Best of Cinema One Originals: SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION FROM LILIA CUNTAPAY
7:00 PM Premiere: ANG PAGLALAKBAY NG MGA BITUIN SA GABING MADILIM
9:00 PM Premiere: BAYBAYIN
12:30 PM Best of Cinema One Originals: KA ORYANG
3:00 PM MELODRAMA NEGRA
5:00 PM Special One-Time Screening: GENGHIS KHAN Restored Classics
7:30 PM Premiere: MAMAY UMENG
9:30 PM Premiere: ABERYA
12:30 PM BAYBAYIN
3:00 PM MATER DOLOROSA
5:00 PM SLUMBER PARTY
7:30 PM Premiere: EDSA XXX
9:30 PM Premiere: PALITAN
12:30 PM MAMAY UMENG
3:00 PM Special Screening: ORO PLATA MATA Restored Classics
7:00 PM Premiere: ALAGWA
9:00 PM Premiere: ANAK ARAW
12:30 PM ANG PAGLALAKBAY NG MGA BITUIN SA GABING MADILIM
3:00 PM PASCALINA
5:00 PM CATNIP
7:30 PM MARIPOSA SA HAWLA NG GABI
9:30 PM Premiere: SUPREMO
12:30 PM SHORT FILMS
2:30 PM PALITAN
4:30 PM MATER DOLOROSA
7:00 PM Premiere: HIMALA NGAYON
9:15 PM Premiere: HIMALA Restored Classics
Reposting MB.com.ph http://mb.com.ph/articles/381856/cinema-one-originals-presents-biggest-lineup :
Cinema One Originals Presents Biggest Lineup
Cinema One Originals proudly presents its biggest lineup for its 8th year run with 13 competition feature films; divided into two categories: “Cinema One Plus,” composed of seasoned directors awarded with a two million pesos production budget each and “Cinema One Currents,” composed of new breeds awarded with a one million pesos budget each.
“Cinema One Plus” entries include “Mariposa Sa Hawla Ng Gabi” by Richard Somes, “Mater Dolorosa” by Adolfo Alix Jr., and “Baybayin” by Auraeus Solito.
“Ang Paglalakbay Ng Mga Bituin Sa Gabing Madilim” by Arnel Mardoquio; “CATNIP” by Kevin Dayrit, “Melodrama Negra” by Ma. Isabel Legarda, “Slumber Party” by Emmanuel Dela Cruz, “Pascalina” by Pam Miras, “Anak Araw” by Gym Lumbera, “Edsa Xxx” by Khavn De La Cruz, “Aberya” by Christian Linaban, “Palitan” by Ato Bautista, and “Mamay Umeng” by Dwein Baltazar complete the entries for “Cinema One Currents.”
The festival will also give tribute to Philippine classics through the screening of three of the most important restored films that greatly contributed to the foundation of Philippine Cinema: “Oro Plata Mata,” “Himala” and “Genghis Khan.”
“Oro Plata Mata,” the 1892 film directed by Peque Gallaga, will serve as the opening film for the prestigious event while the award-winning film “Himala” will celebrate its 30th anniversary through an exclusive showing of a documentary special by “Ka Oryang” director Sari Dalena and writer/editor Keith Sicat.
An exhibition programme featuring guest films will also take place in the festival to include special screenings of “Alagwa,” “Supremo,” “Jungle Love,” and “Graceland.”
The 2012 Cinema One Originals Festival will run from Nov. 28 to Dec. 9 at Robinsons Galleria Movie World and from Nov. 29 to Dec. 4 at the Edsa Shang Cineplex. The awards night will be held on Dec. 3 at Studio 1 ABS-CBN Main Building.
The 2012 Cinema One Originals Festival is an annual project of the Cinema One, the local movie channel on cable, owned and operated by Creative Programs, Inc. (CPI).
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IN COMPETITION, ROME FILM FESTIVAL 2012
More exotic but also much more radical proposals are both Filipino CinemaXXI: Tagalog, Gym Lumbrera, and Jungle Love, Sherad Anthony Sanchez. While the Filipino film earned a place on the international festival circuit, basically because the disclosure of directors like Brillante Mendoza and Raya Martin, but it seems that the quarry is still open. The two films now brings Roma pass away from civilization, in what seems like a celebration of the power of the jungle, and both deliberately deviate from the classic Aristotelian narrative. But there the similarities end. Filmed in black and white whose texture suggests the old Super 8, Tagalog is the logic of dreams and aesthetics of silent cinema. In fact, a bit like Independence, Raya Martin, the film has no dialogue and is designed from the interaction of big shots and close-ups, inhabited by an elderly couple, zealous guardians of memory and past. But like their dreams, or their nightmares, those images are invaded by others, from found footage, films tacking anonymous red by the action of time, stories of distant worlds and past, such as a European erotic film of the ’60s.
Speaking of eroticism, that is the central theme of Jungle Love, Sherad Anthony Sanchez, known Bafici, where two years ago was a mention in the Cinema section of the future, for his previous film, Sewer. Here, as in the former, there are explicit sex, in this case a couple of campers. But eroticism is not so much that as the director in the lust of the Philippine jungle, in the incessant intercourse foliage in the vaginal and phallic shapes discovered in caves and mountains. In this area almost fantastic circulate also other characters: a woman fleeing barefoot with a baby that is not theirs, some masked spirits who pursue young soldiers and some very real, suggesting a militarized zone, dangerous. Certain touches a catchy pop-gospel song on the radio, the emergence of cartography of the Philippines via google maps-provide new and puzzling elements to a film as free as irreverent.
Wherever I go, just don’t lose hope and keep on supporting local independent music. Thank you Rob Cham for this illustration. He also did a bunch of Meiday posters for free, the header of this blog, and the miss meiday shirt. Everyone has to move on and respect my decision of quitting the music scene. Rob is ultimately one of the biggest supporters of the movement by doing stuff for free and thank you so much love for this one last illustration.
SUPPORT LOCAL INDEPENDENT MUSIC is a line I borrowed from my org in UP Diliman, UP Underground Music Community. The org will stage the Valentine special of the annual UP Fair so who knows, you might see me there again, haha let’s see.
I was 21 years old probably, or twenty two and this was shot in Super8 film by filmmaker Khavn De la Cruz. It is a lovely appeal, a letter, a message that I never ever really understood until a few years later.
I was supposed to fly to Rome tomorrow to attend presscon and world premiere of this film I was a big part of, Sherad Sanchez’ Jungle Love, but due to the problems I had to face in Manila, I decided not to go last minute.
I just wish they spelled my name right though.
There is news that we got into the biggest film festival in the States next year but I am still crossing my fingers. This is the second feature film I was part of with lead actress role, and I must say, I did some scenes here that I’m not capable of in real life. There is a one time joint Cinemanila and CinemaOne special screening for the Philippine premiere but it will not run in theaters. It’s too hardcore haha.
I might fly back to Manila for the screening. You see, there might be a career in this. I just ended my music prod career so might as well find something else.
An anthem doesn’t attempt to be anything. It just is. And that’s everything I like about Sandwich’s break-out hit “Sugod.” It’s a song that aside from transcending social class and margins, tackles the quintessential hymn of all music festival goers and free gig campers, the glee that ensued in every beer-wasted rock n’ roll moshpits, and the fun and fulfilment live music brings to the table. While not everyone will agree with me, it is without any doubt, this generation’s answer to Juan Dela Cruz Band’s “Ang Himig Natin” or Sampaguita’s “Bonggahan”—an anthem that nurtures the wild side of youth culture in an authentic way, where it smells natural and bohemian.
Same can be said on “Mayday,” Sandwich’s attempt to rewrite “Sugod” with a surf-rock flair that recalls The Pixies and a poppier Sonic Youth. But instead on universalizing the collective embrace of every gig goers out there, Raymund and gang pays tribute on the culprit behind some of the best rock n’ roll parties and gigs thrown in recent memory. Yes, more than anything else, it’s a song about Mei Bastes—the tattooed events organizer who at one point in her life, brought free live music to a different dimension that united all music fans from all walks of life. It’s an anthem to get your hips to dancing and like every nostalgia fetishists, a recollection of a time when every Meiday gig is worth looking forward to. Watch it here: