Cinemalaya 2011, UP Film Center, July 26 – 29, Aug. 2 -5

Cinemalaya, a Filipino Film Festival, begins today at the University of the Philippines’ Film Center (Info courtesy of Dino Manrique of Filipinowriter.com)

* This just in:  “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank” screens in Philippine Theaters nationwide, starting Aug. 3.

Tickets are 80 pesos (approx. $1.90)

Here’s a schedule of screenings (and pleeeaaase pardon self’s awful translations of the Tagalog titles!):

July 26

  • “Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa” (Dance of Two Left Feet), 5 pm
  • “Babae sa Septic Tank” (Woman in a Septic Tank), 8 pm

July 27

  • “Amok” (Crazy.  Not your normal, run-of-the-mill crazy.  Self means:  Raging Bull crazy!), 5 pm
  • “Bahay Bata” (House of Children), 8 pm

July 28

  • “Cuchera” (Coach Driver ???  Calesa driver ???  The Filipinized spelling is kutsera), 5 pm
  • “I-Libings” (At this point, self should probably abandon any attempts at translation, but a “libing” is a burial), 8 pm

July 29

  • “Niño” (This is a proper name, dear blog readers.  Thankfully, no translation required), 5 pm
  • “Ligo na U, Lapit na Me” (You Take a Bath, Me Come Closer —  how pathetic is self’s Tagalog?  This is an adaptation of a bestselling novel by Eros S. Atalia.  Self is very admiring of this writer’s first name!), 8 pm

August 2

  • “Teoriya” (Theory), 5 pm
  • “Bisperas” (Vespers?  In the movie, supposedly refers to Christmas Eve?), 8 pm

August 3

  • “Isda” (Fish), 5 pm
  • “Busong” (Pregnant), 8 pm

August 4

  • Shorts A, 5 pm
  • “Patikul” (??), 8 pm

August 5

  • Shorts B, 5 pm
  • New Breed Best Picture (“Ang Babae sa Septic Tank”), 7 pm
  • Directors Showcase Best Picture (“Bisperas”), 9 pm

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

4 Comments

  1. George said,

    July 27, 2011 at 2:09 am

    Can I reserve tickets to Sayaw ng Dalawang Paa” (Dance of Two Feet) for 5 pm showing today?

    What is the actual street address, etc of UP’s Film Center?

    George

  2. July 27, 2011 at 2:18 am

    Hi, George, I don’t think they will run out of tickets! The UP Film Center is on the UP campus in Diliman. It’s a fairly well known building. Just head to UP. When you’ve arrived on the campus, look for a person who looks like a student (they should be everywhere – !). Tell them you’re looking for the film center. I am 90% sure a student will be able to direct you (Better ask a student, not a security guard. Just my two cents!)

    (I’m in Redwood City, California! I am with you in spirit)

  3. arabella said,

    July 28, 2011 at 3:23 am

    where ca we buy the said tickets?

  4. July 28, 2011 at 3:54 am

    At the UP Film Center.

    Click on the link in the post, the Cinemalaya website will have more detailed information.


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