Bagong Agos : A pinoy indie filmfest at Robinson’s Galleria

Because it’s terribly hard to find information on the net about this little Filipino indie filmfest, I will share the film schedule with all the indie film buffs who view my blog (yes, all three of you). For brevity’s sake (and because I’m lazy), the films will be showing at the set times of 11AM, 1:30PM, 4PM, 6:30PM, and 9PM, and I will list the movies accordingly.

January 22

 

Pepot Artista – Doy Del Mundo (takes up 2 slots)

And Daan Patungong Kalimugtong – Mes De Guzman

Riles – Ditso Carolino

Manoro – Dante Mendoza

 

January 23

 

Heremias – Lav Diaz (takes up 4 fucking slots)

The Shorts of Khavn Dela Cruz

 

January 24

 

Rigodon – Sari Lluch and Keith Sicat

Cut – Jon Red

Indio Nacional – Raya Martin

Todo Todo Teros – John Torres

IMAHEnasyon – anthology

 

January 25

 

Bayaning Third World – (5 slots?)

 

January 26

 

Todo Todo Teros – John Torres

Ilusyon – Paolo Villaluna

Indie Giants – anthology(?)

Rome and Juliet – Connie Macatungo

Ang Daan Patungong Kalimugtong – Mes de Guzman

 

January 27

 

Riles – Ditso Carolino

New Shorts – anthology(?)

Ang Babae sa Breakwater – Mario O’hara

Kubrador – Jeffrey Jeturian (definite must watch)

Huling Bayan sa Buhi – Sherad Anthony Sanchez

 

 

January 28

 

Camiling Love Story – Erwin Romulo

Mga Pusang Gala – Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil

Rigodon – Sari Lluch Dalena and Keith Sicat

Pepot Artista – Doy Del Mundo

Perfumed Nightmare – Kidlat Tahimik

 

January 29 (schedule starts at 1:30PM)

 

North Diversion – Dennis Marasigan

Roomboy – Aloy Adlawan

Cut – Jon Red

Masahista – Brillante Mendoza

 

January 30

 

Cavite – Ian Gamazon and dominique Gonzales

Sarong Banggi – Emmanuel dela cruz

Manoro – Dante Mendoza

In the Red Corner – Dado Lumibao

Tulad ng Dati – Mike Sandejas

 

I’ll be trying to catch as many of the 6:30 showings as I can this week, since I get off work around 4:30, giving me just enough time to get to galleria to buy a ticket and a snack/dinner. So if you see a hug motherfucker with a Burger King or KFC bag sipping ona coke, munching on fries plugged into his mp3 player, it’s probably me. Tap me on the shoulder and strike up a conversation, because I’d be thrilled if someone who reads this blog actually saw this post and decided to go check out an indie movie because of it.

PS: Click the link for a couple of reviews to see what the films are like.  They aren’t the best written reviews mind you, but they should give you a general idea.

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2 Comments to “Bagong Agos : A pinoy indie filmfest at Robinson’s Galleria”

  1. i wanna watch kidlat tahimik’s craft. and tulad n dati also. 😦

  2. I’m gonna watch kubrador today! i loved gina pareno’s performance in Kasal kasali kasalo so I’m looking forward to it a lot.

    Yeah i want to watch kidlat tahimik too, although it’s at 9 PM and that’s a little late for this old boy. 😛

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