Finally after a while of waiting, International Actress MARIFE NECESITO’s political drama indie film ‘ANG MISIS NI MEYOR’ will have its premiere at the CINEMA 9 of SM MEGAMALL B on DECEMBER 11, 2013. Showtime is 9P. Regular Showing : DECEMBER 18…
Tomorrow , September 11 ; SM CINEMAS will exclusively exhibit Filipino films entered in the Sineng Pambansa All Masters Series Film Festival project of the Film Development Council of the Philippines. This spectacular event is highlighted even more with ace veteran director MARYO J DELOS REYES’ ‘BAMBOO FLOWERS’ , a film that talks about the youth’s problems, hopes and aspirations; about love and life; about sacrifice, forgiveness and acceptance; about life and death. Written by Aloy Adlawan, it stars MYLENE DIZON, MAX COLLINS, YOGO SINGH, ORLANDO SOL and RURU MADRID and supported by IRMA ADLAWAN, SPANKY MANIKAN, DIVA MONTELABA, PAUL HOLME, MIGGS CUADERNO, BARBARA MIGUEL, GINO ANTONIO and LEANDRO BALDEMOR. A co-production of the FILM DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF THE PHILIPPINES and PRODUCTIONS 56
- Sineng Pambansa 2013: All-masters Edition (aliwanavenue.com)
Spreading like a plague at this very moment as you breathe are talks that JUDY ANN SANTOS and RYAN AGONCILLO‘s marriage is in imminent danger of being run over by a bus from splitsville! Allegedly , the actress have had it with hubby’s philandering and his way of belittling her person at any given situation. Are these mere buoys to attract curiosity and pile up some audience share with Ms. Santos’ low rating series as opposed to GMA’s MHL? Eventually, when all wars have been won, truth will prevail and nobody is declared a winner in this crazy game of love , deceit and hate!
“Ang Platinong Buhok” (The Platinum Hair), a documentary film about the late theater, TV and film actress Amable |Ama” Quiambao Viray, holds special screenings at the Dream Theater of the CCP, this Cinemalaya 2013 Film Festival.
The twenty-minute film documentary highlights the account of Ms. Quiambao’s career as an actress and personal life as friend, teacher and mother which are revealed through interviews conducted by Abby Angeles.
Interviewed were Lui Manansala, Quiambao’s sister, former Ms. Universe First Runner-Up Mirriam Quiambao, her niece, and her colleagues – directors Joel Lamangan, Soxie Topacio, comedian Lou Veloso, character actress Ermie Concepcion, Joel Saracho J.K Anicoche and her son Ishmael Viray
Perry Escaño, documentary director says, “My first professional interaction with Tita Ama was when we did Ang Tahanan ni Bernarda Alba, a play we did for Gantimpala Theater. She was my mother. And as Bernarda, nakaka-star struck siya.
“As an actress, she was most giving, very patient, but she expects you to do your part well. The experience to work with her gave me enough opportunities to appreciate her talents as an actress and realize how great she is as a person. We became friends after the play and she treats me as one of her theater sons, that was a big honor for me,” Escaño enthuses.
“This documentary is my modest way to pay homage to her,” the director ends.
Newbie talent Abby Angeles does the task of interviewing Ama’s colleagues, “Being a host is one of my biggest dreams, I love interviewing people, getting their points of view, and being pat of this documentary, I feel is a big blessing.”
She carries on, “My interview subjects were most cooperative. Ang babait nila. They were so easy to talk with, and as they share so many things about Ms. Ama, it made me realize that she was really a dedicated actress and a true professional.|
The screening of Ang Platinong Buhok” (The Platinum Hair) is slated on August 3, (Saturday) 2013 with the following screenings, 12:45PM (1st Screening) 1:20PM (2nd Screening) 1:55PM (3rd Screening) 2:30pm (Last Screening)
Ticket Price is P100.00. For ticket reservations and inquiries please contact J.R 0905422372