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Here's the Complete Lineup for Cinemalaya 2017

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Here's the Complete Lineup for Cinemalaya 2017 Who else is excited?

It's that time of the year again to show our full support to local filmmakers. The Cultural Center of the Philippines, in partnership with the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival, is slated to launch nine major films for the festival that will happen from August 4 to 13, 2017. Showing in the CCP complex and Ayala Malls nationwide, it aims to cultivate, support, and discover new blood in filmmaking. Below, check out this year's finalists:

1. Kiko Boksingero

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"Kiko, an 11-year-old boy left aimlessly alone with his nanny after the recent death of his mother, rekindles a long lost relationship with his father in an attempt to find a new lease on life."

2. Respeto

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"When an amateur rapper and a seasoned poet are thrown together in a moment of violence, they learn to write verses with newfound clarity."

3. Ang Pamilyang Hindi Lumuluha

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"Only the famous family that doesn't weep can help reunite a desperate woman with her own."

4. Nabubulok

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"A husband takes flight when his wife goes missing."

5. Requited

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"An ailing biker takes to the rail for one last adventure that pits him against nature and the woman he desires."

6. Bagahe

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"Raped and pregnant, an OFW rids herself of unwanted baggage on the flight back home."

7. Baconaua

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"After a turbulent squall in the night, villagers wake up to the astonishing sight of the sea that has turned red."

8. Ang Guro Kong 'Di Marunong Magbasa

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"When their teacher disappears, school children cradle guns in their arms instead of books."

9. Sa Gabing Nanahimik Ang Mga Kuliglig

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"A woman's confession to murder hurls a priest and altar boy into a maelstrom of conflicting emotions and the need to be righteous."

Apart from the full-length films, the festival will also screen short films like the “Aliens Ata” (Maybe Aliens) by Karl Glenn Barit; “Bawod” (Bent) by TM Malones; “Fatima Marie Torres and the Invasion of Space Shuttle Pinas 25” by Carlo Francisco; “Manatad; Hilom (Still)” by P.R. Patindol; “Islabodan (Free Men)” by Juan Carlo Tarobal; “Juana and the Sacred Shores” by Antonne Santiago; “Lola Loleng (Grandma Loleng)” by Jean Cheryl Tagyamon; “Manong ng Pa-aling” (Man of Pa-Aling) by E del Mundo; “Maria” by Jaime Habac Jr.; “Nakauwi Na” by Marvin Cabangunay and Jaynus Olaivar; “Nakaw” by Arvin Belarmino and Noel Escondo; and “Sorry For The Inconvenience” by Carl Adrian Chavez.

The festival will also be giving tribute to two Filipino film icons by screening their films, including Lino Brocka’s “Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang” (1974) and “Ina, Kapatid, Anak” (1979), and Mel Chionglo’s “Lucia” (1992).

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