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Still Life

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Katski Flores
Katski Flores

"Still Life" is the story of James Masino, a gifted Filipino painter who finds out he has a paralyzing disease known as GBS. Faced with a future where he can no longer paint, James leaves his life in the city and goes on a self-imposed exile to paint for the last time, one final masterpiece. But fate intervenes when James learns that he must share this exile with Emma, a beautiful and mysterious young girl with her own story to tell. Ultimately,it is her courageous and unfailing optimism
despite what life has dealt her that inspires James to realize a life beyond his canvass.

starring Ron Capinding and Glaiza de Castro
also starring Irma Adlawan, Morny de Guzman, Ariel Diccion, Joseph dela Cruz, Dimples Romana, Alchris Galura, John Lloyd Cruz

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Auraeus Solito
Henry Grageda

Amidst the chaos of Martial Law in the 1980's, eight teenagers in the top high school for the sciences discover themselves as they go through the joys and pains of adolescence.

Carl John Barrameda - Matt
Bernardo Bernardo
Elijah Castillo - Minggoy
Eugene Domingo
E.J. Jallorina - Euri
Alfred Labatos - Daki
Rebecca Padilla
Arnold Reyes
Annicka Dolonius - Wena
Gammy Lopez - Rom
Jonathan Neri - Andy
Shayne Fajutagana - Liway

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Margaret Guzman and Arah Jell Badayos
Arah Jell Badayos

Inside the Fernando house, nobody talks. Lives are kept to themselves; problems are not shared; questions are not entertained. The people living inside it have become used to leaving everything unstirred especially Margaret, the mother of the home.

Margaret’s desire for cleanliness and order alienates her from her family. She cannot confront the problems of her life and so she confronts dirty dishes, ugly stains, and disorderly appliances. To get to know her family, she snoops around - entering rooms, opening cabinets, reading journals she is not supposed to read.

Rio Locsin
Ricky Davao
Roxanne Barcelo
Mario Magalona
Miguel Lorenzo Javier
Thess Antonio

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Cris Pablo
Dianne Marie Combalicer & Crisaldo Pablo

Delsa does her workas a sewer in a garments factory where even the visits to the comfort room is regulated. Her huisband and child passed away in a traumatic stampede some years ago and now she lives alone in a small room in a squatter's area in Quezon City . Her routine is to wake up each morning, go to work, come home, make rags out of pieces of cloth she gets from the factory, cry over the loss of her family, and open her door to the neighbor Lena who runs to her everytime she is beaten by her husband Ray-an.

Ray-An Dulay, Angela Antonio ang Ynez Veneracion

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Dennis N. Marasigan
Dennis N. Marasigan, Nikki Torres, Mara Paulina Marasigan

A village lass is found dead. An investigator is tasked with finding out the cricumstances of her death from the people who know her.

Irma Adlawan, Shamaine Buencamino, Soliman Cruz, Ricky Davao, Sid Lucero, Ping Medina and Diana Malahay.

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Al Jacinto
Al Jacinto

A documentary on the life of Sultan Sharif Ibrahim Mohammad Ajibul Pulalun, the legitimate sultan of the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo.

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El Amor Di Pilar

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The Love of Pilar
Patrick Josel Almaden
Paco Almaden

Therlyn Alcuitas
Paulo Almaden
Estrellita Vicente

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Jone Renier
OBVERSE productions

Do you know what your kids are watching?

Wenhui as Rex

Adelene as the Girl

Kian yong as Rex's Friend

Seow as Rex's Mother

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Deyb Sesilyo Short Films

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Barako (updated with movie teaser)

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Manolito C. Sulit & Emman Pascual
Manolito C. Sulit

The story unfolds on the eve of the American occupation of Batangas in January 1900. It then moves on to recall the childhood of the Publisista (publicist) in the 80s, who two decades later, will form a kapihan oddly referred to as the “barakuhan” to play a pivotal role in the resolution of the town's six-week electric crisis and in the events leading to the 2004 elections.


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