This valuable project by the local government of the City of Navotas is a great opportunity for junior high school students to explore their talents and discover their potential skills in telling stories using the audio-visual medium.
Since its humble beginnings, the Film Independent Spirit Awards’ mission has always been clear: to bring the entire film community together in celebration of the best of independent filmmaking.
The annual Cinemanila International Film Festival celebrated its 11th year last Oct. 15 to 25, 2009 at the Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
In its 14th year, PIFF has truly evolved to become one of the most important film festivals that filmmakers, film professionals, cinephiles, and the general film audience look forward to every October. The Philippines, once again, made big waves in this year’s festival.
Primarily a competitive film festival that aims to discover, encourage and honor the cinematic works of Filipino filmmakers and seeks to invigorate the Philippine film industry by developing a new breed of Filipino filmmakers, the fifth edition of the festival expands itself with various the new competitive category for local film premieres through the NETPAC Prize, along with a number of film features, exhibitions, retrospective, and a film congress.