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Para na Aqui, Paranaque

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Here's where I get off, Paranaque
JB Eudela y Rodriguez

TitlePara na aqui, Parañaque!

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An Original Filipino Movie Musical
Chito S. Roño
Jerry Gracio from a story by Chito S. Roño and Jerry Gracio

Emir is a full feature, musical film set in a fictional emirate in the Middle East.
It tells the story of a yaya (nanny), Amelia, a Filipina from Ilocos who decides to work abroad to help her family. We first see her in the sand dunes of Paoay, singing “Bakit Ako Naririto,” the movie’s signature song. She turns back and we see her in the desert of Arabia, travelling to the magnificent villa of the Sheik. She takes care of the Sheik’s wife who is about to give birth, and later acts as the yaya to the newly born, Ahmed, the Sheik’s eldest son.

Kalila Aguilos
Bayang Barrios
Liesl Batucan
Julia Clarete
Melanie Dujunco
Gigi Escalante
Frencheska Farr
Jhong Hilario    
Sid Lucero
Bodjie Pascua
Beverly Salviejo

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Jowee Morel
Jowee Morel

When a young director Andrew Locsin discovers the
 cruel betrayal of his lover and friends, his vice triggers a destructive entanglement of his dark past.

An ordeal that was haunting his unconsciousness and
 graphic memories, surfaces. Thrown into a mix of
 spine-chilling hallucinations and paranoia he comes face to face with the mysterious ghosts of a mother and a girl. With no one
 trust, the demons in his nightmares appear in his
fight for
 survival in a horrifying doomed reality.

Marc Jacob
Mercedes Cabral

Zach Urdaneta 

Chanel Latorre

Pia Millado

Special Participation:

Chito Alcid

Tia Pusit

Ricky Mansueto

Boy Villasanta

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Brillante Mendoza
Armando Lao

Morality has two sides-absolute and relative.

The Pineda family operates a run-down movie house in a city in the province which shows dated sexy double-feature films. The family has taken up actual residence in the old building as well. The matriarch Nanay Flor, her daughter Nayda, son-in-law Lando and adopted daughter Jewel take turns manning the ticket booth and the canteen. Her nephews Alan and Ronald are the billboard painter and projectionist respectively.

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Reggie Entienza
Reggie Entienza

The leader of the Tawilisi, Lakanpati, is growing old, and pressures his willful daughter, Princess Urduja to marry the warrior Simakwel. Urduja is devastated by the engagement, as she wants to marry for love, and not merely for the sake of her father's kingdom. While bathing in the forest one day, she meets Lim Hang, a roguish drifter who ends up saving her life. They fall in love, but Urduja soon discovers that Lim Hang is a pirate wanted by the Chinese imperial army.

Regine Velasquez as Princess Urduja. Singer Regine Velasquez was handpicked by Antonio Tuviera to play the title role[2].
Cesar Montano as Limhang
Eddie Garcia as Lakanpati
Jay Manalo as Simakwel
Johnny Delgado as Wang
Ruby Rodriguez as Mayumi
Epi Quizon as Daisuke
Michael V. as Kukut
Allan K. as Tarsir
BJ Forbes as Botyok

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Pulang Bagani Productions

Opensiba, a documentary by Pulang Bagani Productions

Discipline, courage, and correct analysis: important principles that the people's army adhere to. These are just some of the principles that the revolutionary forces are loved for by the people. These factors, hand in hand with the warm and overflowing support of the community, ensures the victory of a tactical offensive of the New People's Army (NPA) against the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).

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Jim Libiran
Jim Libiran

The dangerous unlit streets and labyrinthine alleyways in the ghetto district of Tondo in Manila serve as claustrophobic backdrop to a random killing that triggers a wild and bloody gang war.

Through the eyes of a 10 year old boy, we are immersed into the normal, impoverished, tough life of Tondo. Through him, we encounter the juvenile yet murderous leaders and members of various gangsta tribes -- adolescent thugs and petty criminals whose pastimes are sex, drugs and their eloquently poetic street rap, delivered in their own unique tongue-twisting machine gun-style.

Starring real life Tondo gang members.

Also starring: Jamir Garcia (of Slapshock), Ira Marasigan, Malou Crisologo, Dice & Hi C (Mobbstarrs), Loonie & Ron (Stick Figgas), God's Will, Faye Martel, Vim Nadera, Teo Antonio, Rey Guevarra Javier, Charena Escala.

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Jade Castro
Jade Castro

Leo's life is a series of terminable contracts. Unable to finish school and forced to be the family breadwinner, he takes on five month service-oriented jobs, one after another. Will his love affair with the spirited dreamer Tanya finally give him a taste of security and permanence?

Jason Abalos
Angeli Bayani ... Yasmin
Ricky Davao
Ina Feleo
Alcris Galura

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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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