Here are the people who will determine the winners of Cinemalaya 2022!
Showcasing great direction, a strong and tight screenplay, and fantastic performances, Ma-an Asuncion-Dagnalan’s ‘Blue Room’ feels like the polished work of a filmmaker who is in control of their craft.
Here are the malls where you can catch this year’s Cinemalaya entries!
‘Delikado’ and ‘We Don’t Dance For Nothing’ are the documentary films chosen to close the 18th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival!
World-renowned artists and cultural figures who contributed articles in Riding The Waves include Doreen Yu, Lito B. Zulueta, Jose Javier Reyes, and more!
The Retrospective Shorts section gives a chance for audiences to rewatch and relive the stories of the 16th (2020) and 17th (2021) edition Cinemalaya entries.
The Talkback sessions provide a great opportunity for the audience to acquire deeper insights about the film they have watched through an interactive discussion with the filmmakers themselves.
There will be 11 full-length films and 12 short films competing at this year’s Cinemalaya!
From 199 entries to 12 strong contenders!
Filmmakers, you can now submit your short films for Cinemalaya 2022!