Eugene Domingo in ‘Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank’

Thirty-one  films will compete in the 2011 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival in Manila next month. Nine films will compete in the New Breed Full-length Feature category, 10 films in the Short Feature category, and 4 in the Directors’ Showcase.

New Breed category

“Amok” by Lawrence Fajardo
“Ang Babae sa Septic Tank” by Chris Martinez
“Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa” by Alemberg Ang and Alvin Yapan
“Baby Factory” by Eduardo W. Roy, Jr. and Jerome Zamora
“Cuchera” by Joseph Israel M. Laban and Janice O’Hara
“I-libings: Your Loss, Our Luck” by Rommel Andreo Sales
“Ligo na U, Lapit Na Me” by Noel Ferrer, Jerry Gracio and Erick Salud
“Niño” by Loy Arcenas
“Teoriya (Father’s Way)” by Alistaire Christian E. Chan

Short Feature category

“Oliver’s Apartment” by Misha Balangue
“Hanapbuhay” by Henry Frejas
“Un Diutay Mundo (One Small World)” by Ana Carlyn V. Lim
“Immanuel” by Gabriel “Gio” Puyat
“Hazard” by Mikhail Red
“Walang Katapusang Kwarto” by Emerson Reyes
“Debut” by Pamela Llanes Reyes
“Samarito” by Rafael L. Santos
“Every Other Time” by Gino M. Santos
“Nino Bonito” by Rommel “Milo” Tolentino

Directors Showcase

“Bisperas” by Jeffrey Jeturian
“Busong” by Auraeus Solito
“Isda” by Adolfo Alix, Jr.
“Patikul” by Joel C. Lamangan

This year’s Cinemalaya Festival will for the first time include a section called Focus Asia that will feature 8 independent works by Asian directors.

The Cinemalaya Awards Night will be held on July 2, 2011.

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