The 1st Pandayang Lino Brocka Film Festival

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2009-08-05 09:00
2009-08-28 23:59

Tudla Productions in cooperation with the National Commission on Culture and the Arts, University of the Philippines Film Institute, Asia Pacific College, Courage Partylist and the Quezon City Times News presents:

The 1st Pandayang Lino Brocka Film Festival
August 5-28, 2009
(Film screenings at schools, communities and workplaces)

August 5-6 at the University of the Philippines Film Institute
August 10 at the Asia Pacific College

Planned program of activities for Aug. 5 and 6:

August 5, 2009 Wednesday

9:00am to 10:00am – Opening Ceremonies of the festival
TUDLA Productions’ Pitik-Mulat Photography exhibit at the Videotheque Lobby

10:00am to 12:00nn – Talk on The Challenges of Political Film Production, speakers: Direk Carlitos Siguion Reyna, Dr. Roland Tolentino and Concerned Artists of the Philippines at the Ishmael Bernal Gallery

1:00 to 6:00pm – Film Festival at the Main Theater

6:00pm – Opening of visual arts exhibit by Ugatlahi Artists Collective at the Ishmael Bernal Gallery

August 6, 2009, Thursday

9:00am to 12:00nn – Workshop on scriptwriting and story/concept building, target speaker: Ricky Lee at the Videotheque

1:00 to 6:00pm – Film Festival at the Main Theater 6:00pm to 8:00pm – Talk on The Life and Works of Lino Brocka, speaker: Direk Joel Lamangan and Concerned Artists of the Philippines at the Ishmael Bernal Gallery


August 8,9,15 at Brgy. Pook Libis, Bagumbuhay and Quirino 2B, QC
August 16 at Brgy. Veterans, QC
August 22 at Brgy. Central
August 28 at Malate, Manila


August 13 at the Triumph workers union picketline
August 14 at the Advan workers union office
August 18 at NHA, DENR CUE Office
August 21 at Courage Partylist NCR Convention
August 25 at DOLE Employees Union office

For inquiries, e-mail or contact 0921-6020007, 0935-1092750 and 0922-7857013.


1st Pandayang Lino Brocka
Political Film and New Media Festival

List of films selected for the festival:

Poverty and underdevelopment
Esem - Ian Baluca, Ateneo de Naga
Pera-perahang Lata - Rianne Hill Soriano
Limang Libo - Ice Idanan, UPFI
Tiangge - Ray Gibraltar, Iloilo
City for Sale - Sine Patriyotiko
Pudpod – Adrian Recci Galang, UP Baguio

Migrants situation

Rhose - Nawruz Paguidopon
Performing Naturalness - Dada Docot
f ng balikbayan - Ilang-ilang Quijano
The Seduction – Roberto Reyes Ang
The Brothers of Kappa Pi – Roberto Reyes Ang

Workers, peasants and fisherfolk situation

Ka Bel - Mayday Productions
Pagulong Fort - ST Exposure
There’s Blood in Your Coffee - ST Exposure
Awit ng KMU - ST Exposure
Salot – Jay Jomar Quintos, UPFI

Children and Youth situation

Uling - University of the Assumption Pampanga
Shortcut - Rene Anselmo, UE Caloocan
Kuya - Mary Angelica Eileen Cruz, St. Scholastica’s College Manila

Human rights, political repression

Eksenang Tahimik - JL Burgos
Bihag - Sierra C. Alparce, UPFI
CPR - KODAO Productions
NFFM Mindoro - ST Exposure


Karsel - Rianne Hill Soriano, UPFI
Andalusian Bitch - Sasha Palomares, UPFI

US Imperialism

Lababo - Seymour Sanchez, University of Makati
Imperialist Puppet (Part 1, 2 amd 4) - ST Exposure
War and Peace Kaswalti - Mae Urtal Caralde, MAPUA teacher
Pagkalinga - Sine Proletaryo
WW III - Artist Arrest
Lunes ng Hapis - Nick Olanka, UPFI

Indigenous peoples

On Potok - ST Exposure
Ehbon - John Japhet Tubeo, UMak
Diagnosing poverty, building community - KODAO Productions
Oyayi sa Kanlungan ng Digma - ST Exposure

Alamat ng Kulay - UPFI
Bunker O: Sumirib Plus - JP Carpio

Issues in governance – graft and corruption, misrepresentation, traditional politics

Upuan - Jay Pacena Pogi - Eros Arbilon, Colegio de San Juan de Letran
Long Live the Fearless Man - Aissa Penafiel, UPFI
De Lata - Mae Urtal Caralde
Padre de Pamilya - Cesar Buendia
Tuparin natin ang banta ng ating panahon - Artist Arrest