Cinemalaya is coming to Urdaneta

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, Cinemalaya Foundation Inc. and Globe Telecom-Central Luzon present award winning Cinemalaya films in an outreach tour billed Cinemalaya Goes To Central Luzon. The first leg of the tour begins in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan and Olongapo City, Zambales. In the next leg of the tour, Cinemalaya films will be brought to other selected destinations such as Tarlac City on Oct. 12, and Bulacan and Angeles, Pampanga.

The outreach tour will feature Cinemalaya films produced during the eight years of Cinemalaya.
To be screened are one of the most awarded Filipino films Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros by Auraeus Solito (Cinemalaya 2005 Special Jury Prize, Full Length Feature), Dinig Sana Kita by Mike Sandejas (Cinemalaya2009 Audience Choice, Netpac Award, Full Length Feature category); Last Supper No. 3 by Veronica Velasco and Jinky Laurel (Cinemalaya 2009 Best Film, Full Length Feature category); 100 by Chris Martinez (Cinemalaya2008 Best Direction, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Audience Choice); and Brutus by Tara Illenberger (Cinemalaya 2008 Special Jury Prize, Best Supporting Actor, Full Length Feature category) and Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa by Alvin Yapan (2011 Cinemalaya Best Original Music Score and Best Cinematography and Best Picture at the 35th Gawad Urian)

The line-up for the other areas are still being finalized with the partner institutions and local government units.
Cinemalaya filmmakers and actors will be on hand to discuss their films with the audience.

Students from local colleges and high schools and as well as the general public are expected to attend the Cinemalaya outreach events.

Cinemalaya goes to the Bulwagan of the Tarlac Provincial Capitol in Tarlac City, on Oct. 12, with the Office of the City Mayor Pearl Pacada as local partner. Screening schedule: 8-11 a.m.-Last Supper No. 3; 1-3 p.m.-Dinig Sana Kita; 4-6 p.m.-Brutus.

For more information, call the CCP Film, Broadcast and New Media office at 832-1125 loc. 1704 and 1705.