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Featuring a dazzling array of human narratives, cultural diversities, and social issues, the festival provides a unique opportunity for filmmakers to reach new audiences in the Philippines, and launch their international premieres in Asia’s rapidly growing film climate.
This year, over 60 international films will be shown at the following venues: Films will be shown at a festival price of PHP 100 at all venues, unless indicated otherwise.
The Filipino New Cinema Gala Premieres will take place at SM Megamall and SM North Edsa, followed by a Q&A with the Director and Cast (by invitation only).
Here are the schedules of the gala premieres of the Main Competition and Filipino New Cinema entries: World Premieres Film Festival 2016 Screening Schedules at Cinematheque Centre Manila: A dazzling array of international premieres featuring human narratives, cultural diversities, and social issues from around the globe.
The film features the legendary actress Rita Gomez and Vic Vargas.
At PM, a variety of local and international performances will take place to give audiences a sneak peek into the films lined up for the WPFF’s newest edition.
Meanwhile, gala screenings of Main Competition films are FREE of charge.
The 12-day duration kicks off on June 29 at 3:oo PM at the Cinematheque Centre Manila, with the Opening Film premiere of the newly restored classic, “Pagdating sa Dulo” by Ishmael Bernal.
The Film Development Council Philippines in cooperation with the Cinematheque Centre Manila proudly presents the third World Premieres Film Festival (WPFF) slated from June 29 up to July 10, 2016.
The WPFF celebrates the power and magic of film by showcasing the works of film directors from across the globe.