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Friday, October 5, 2018

14th Cinema One Originals Film Festival (2018): Opening Film, Shorts, World Cinema, Restored Classics, FPJ Films, Best of C1 Originals


The tagline for the 14th Cinema One Originals Film Festival, "I Am Original," is on one hand a declaration, of uniqueness and of individuality, but it’s also a celebration, of that very quality we look for in the films we show, and that includes this year’s lineup for the World Cinema section, and the Opening Film.

Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut A Star Is Born is a remake of a remake of a remake, and a remake of a film that’s beloved in each iteration. At some point, Cooper’s friend Eddie Vedder tried to discourage him from touching a classic. The second remake, in 1954, starring Judy Garland, turned the original film about a movie star on the rise and the man who discovers and falls in love with her into one of the most enduring musicals in Hollywood, transposing its Svengali narrative to the music business of the time, while the subsequent 1976 remake, with Barbra Streisand, re-purposed it against a rock and roll backdrop has become iconic.

Cooper eventually ignored Vedder’s warnings and his remake, which stars himself as a down and out country singer who discovers and mentors and is eventually smitten by an unknown singer- songwriter, played by Lady Gaga, in what has been hailed as a breakout performance, premiered at the Venice International Film festival, and has become one of the most unanimously revered and rapturously received films of all time.

A Star Is Born opens this year’s Cinema One Originals on October 9. Dave Chappelle, Andrew Dice Clay and Sam Elliott co-star.

The 14th Cinema One Originals Film Festival presents a number of great films in the line-up. Aside from the nine (9) full-length films in competition, the festival will screen also the following set of films: Short Films Set A, Short Films Set B, World Cinema, Filipino Restored Classics, FPJ Films, and Best of Cinema One Originals.

The C1 Originals Film Festival 2018 runs from October 12-21 in 15 venues. Please see the list of venues and full schedule below.

SHORT FILMS:


SHORTS – SET A
WALL by Jazz Sol
KETCHUP by Denise Dar Juan
LAST ORDER by Joji Villanueva Alonso
PARA KAY JAMES by Steven Paul Evangelio
3021 by Edmund Mabanag Telmo
WALAY HUMAYAD SA TANGLAD by Neil Angelo Briones


SHORTS – SET B
NANGUNGUPAHAN by Glenn Barit
PULANGUI by Bagane Fiola
WAG MO AKONG KAUSAPIN by Josef Gacutan
SA PAG-AGOS NG PANAHON by Annika Yañez
TO REMAIN IS TO HAVE BEEN LEFT by Pam Miras
ANG MGA TURO NG GABI by Christian Rae Villanueva


WORLD CINEMA

Ash is Purest White by Jia Zhangke (China)

Girl by Lukas Dhont (Belgium)

Las Herederas by Marcelo Martinessi (Paraguay)

The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Desiree Akhavan (USA/ UK)

The Poet and The Boy by Kim Yang-Hee (Korea)

Whitney by Kevin MacDonald (USA)


FILIPINO RESTORED CLASSICS:

Omeng Santansia by Frank Gray Jr.
Minsa’y Isang Gamu-gamo by Lupita Concio
Nunal sa Tubig by Ishmael Bernal
Ikaw Pa lang Ang Minahal by Carlos Siguion-Reyna
Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara by Chito Roño
Got 2 Believe by Olivia Lamasan
Anak by Rory Quintos
Dekada ’70 by Chito Roño
May Minamahal by Jose Javier Reyes
Sa Init ng Apoy by Romy Suzara


FPJ FILMS

Alupihang Dagat by Ronwaldo Reyes
Ang Panday by Ronwaldo Reyes 
Ang Padrino by Ronwaldo Reyes
Gumisang Ka, Maruja by Lino Brocka
Patayin Mo Sa Sindak Si Barbara by Lino Brocka


BEST OF CINEMA ONE ORIGINALS

2 Cool To Be Forgotten by Petersen Vargas
Baka Bukas by Samantha Lee
Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na by Jet Leyco
Changing Partners by Dan Villegas
Confessional by Jerrold Tarog
Esprit De Corps by Kanakan Balintagos
Historiographika Errata by Richard Somes
Islands by Whammy Alcazaren
Nervous Translation by Giancarlo Abrahan
Paki by Giancarlo Abrahan
Slumber Party by Emmanuel dela Cruz
Si Chedeng at Si Apple by Fatrick Tabada & Rae Red


Cinema Venues:

Cinema One Originals is under the festival partnership program of the Film Development Council Of The Philippines (FDCP). Catch all the films on October 12-21 in TriNoma, Glorietta, Gateway, Santolan Town Plaza, Powerplant; in Cinelokal theaters—SM North Edsa, SM Megamall, SM Manila, and SM Sta. Mesa, and in alternative cinemas—FDCP Cinematheque Manila, UP Cine Adarna, Cinema ’76 (San Juan & Anonas), Black Maria Theater, and Cinema Centenario.

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Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2018 Full Schedule
Catch all of #IAmOriginal movies of #C1Originals Festival 2018 on October 12-21!

You can download the high-res images here: http://bit.ly/c1origsschedule
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Ticket prices are at P200 each in major and alternative cinemas and P150 for students and at SM CineLokal theaters.

Festival passes are available ktx.abs-cbn.com. Visit @CinemaOneOriginals (FB), @c1origs (Twitter) and @c1originals (IG) for more updates. #C1ORIGINALS #IAMORIGINAL

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