Newly engaged Kapamilya actress, Anne Curtis, leads this month’s lovefest as Cinema One’s Choice Artist for February.
Internationally-acclaimed Filipino director Lav Diaz and ABS-CBN chief content officer Charo Santos both received nods at this year’s Asian Film Festival for the 2016 revenge film “Ang Babaeng Humayo” (The Woman Who Left).
Relive the Cinema One Originals film festival experience and get to watch some of its critically-acclaimed and award-winning films at the Cine Adarna of the University of the Philippines Film Institute in Diliman from January 13 to January 24.
DARK HIGH SCHOOL COMEDY “2 COOL 2 BE 4GOTTEN” BAGS BEST PICTURE AWARD IN CINEMA ONE ORIGINALS FILM FEST 2016
Kapampangan filmmaker Petersen Vargas’ coming-of-age drama “2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten” led the winners at the 12th annual Cinema One Originals Film Festival Awards with three awards, including Best Picture.
Movie fans can now watch the ten featured films in this year’s Cinema One Originals after the festival formally opened Sunday (Nov 13) in Trinoma Cinema 7.
On its twelfth year, Cinema One Originals celebrates this with its new tagline: Anong Tingin Mo?
Philippine movie industry’s respected directors and actors gathered to support the premiere night of Lav Diaz’s newest film “Ang Babaeng Humayo” held last Tuesday (Sep 27) at the UP Town Center.
After creating Philippine cinema history by winning the prestigious Golden Lion for Best Film award at the recent Venice Film Festival, Lav Diaz’s “Ang Babaeng Humayo” once again created a buzz among movie critics, this time, at the film’s North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Internationally acclaimed Filipino independent filmmaker Lav Diaz’ film “Ang Babaeng Humayo” (“The Woman Who Left”) won the prestigious Golden Lion for Best Film, the highest honor given at the 73rd Venice Film Festival last Saturday (Sep 10).
Cinema One Originals and Sine Olivia-produced movie “Ang Babaeng Humayo” (The Woman Who Left), the comeback film of Charo Santos with multi-awarded actor John Lloyd Cruz, is the only Asian film in the Main Competition category to be screened in the 2016 Venice Film Festival this coming August 31 to September 10 in Lido, Venice.