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Stream 8 Filipino Films and Documentaries for Free with Cinema One

Cable channel Cinema One is offering free streaming content through their YouTube channel.

The extended quarantine in the metro has all the movie lovers shift to digital streaming to enjoy their movies while safe at home. In addition, many Filipino films have also been going online, such as horror film Sunod and the tear-jerker Through Night and Day now available on Netflix. Another good news is some of these movies are now available to stream for free!

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Cable channel Cinema One is also offering free streaming content through their YouTube channel. Included in their lineup of free streaming are short films, full movies, and Cinema One Originals; most of these come with English subtitles.

Here are 8 local movies and documentaries on Cinema One’s YouTube channel to get your binge-watching started:

1. That Thing Called Tadhana

A road movie shot in Baguio and Sagada, the film tells the story of a heartbroken woman who meets a man who accepts her invitation to travel up north.


Watch the movie here.

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2. Confessional

Directed by  Jerrold Tarog (Sana Dati, Heneral Luna, Goyo), this mockumentary film was an entry for the 2007 Cinema One Originals, where it won Best Picture, Best Director, and five other awards.

Watch the movie here.

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3. Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay

The late veteran horror movie extra Lilia Cuntapay has been nominated for an acting award for the first time in her life. As she prepares for the ceremony, she continues to live a life that melds fantasy and reality.

Watch the movie here.

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4. Yanggaw

In a far-flung province, the patriarch of a small backwoods family has to make some difficult choices when he learns that his daughter has been infected with a sickness that will turn her into a bloodthirsty monster.

Watch the movie here.

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5. Himala Ngayon

This 2012 documentary shines the spotlight on Ishmael Bernal’s iconic 1982 film Himala. Discover why this Nora Aunor starrer is widely praised by film critics worldwide.

Watch the documentary here.

6. Sa North Diversion Road

This 2005 film is directed by Dennis Marasigan, starring John Arcilla and Irma Adlawan. It is a film adaptation of a stage play by Tony Perez, where its lead stars portray ten different characters in ten scenes that all take place inside a car as they travel along the North Diversion Road.

Watch the movie here.

7. Blue Bustamante

Starring Joem Bascon, Dimples Romana, and Jun Sabayton, this 2013 film centers on the story of George Bustamante, an OFW in Japan who loses his engineering job overseas. He finds himself landing an odd job as a stunt double for a Japanese TV show instead of going home and telling his family about his misfortune.

Watch the movie here.

8. Ganito Kami Muli

The documentary is an exploration of the Eddie Romero historical drama film ‘Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon?.’ The 1976 movie is one of the films restored by ABS-CBN Film Archives in 2013.

Watch the documentary here.

For more Filipino movies, documentaries, short films, and video content to stream for free, subscribe to Cinema One’s YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/CinemaOnePH

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