DLSU's 4th Trifecta Film Festival Kicks off in February
by Jace Amodo, January 30, 2019 11:43am
Art by Dani Elevazo
The De La Salle University Green Media Group’s Trifecta Film Festival will return in February with films that are sure to make a wave of forums upon screening.
Under the supervision of DLSU Culture and Arts Office, the TFF is established to promote the Philippine film industry through audience development. This year's run is especially relevant to the current social climate as it'll touch topics aiming for social awareness of our culture and history.
Three films will be screened on February 1, 8, and 15, respectively, at the DLSU campus. Check out the trailers below:
Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap
Directed by Marius Talampas
February 1; Natividad Fajardo-Rosario Auditorium, 18/F Br. Andrew Gonzales Hall
Despite constantly failing miserably, a group of holduppers led by a pressured son plots the perfect crime that will earn them the title of best holduppers in town.
Directed by Roman Perez, Jr.
February 8; Natividad Fajardo-Rosario Auditorium, 18/F Br. Andrew Gonzales Hall
When Teacher Sol passes away, her students and some farmers have a hard time burying her body due to lack of funds. United, they travel around different parts of the province with her coffin in search of her resting place.
Directed by Kip Oebanda
February 15; Teresa Yuchengo Auditorium, 7/F E. Yuchengo Building
Using songs and imagination, a mother tries to raise her child as normally as possible in a makeshift prison camp for both rebels and criminals during the Marcos dictatorship.
Aside from the above-mentioned, three short films from up-and-coming student filmmakers will also be featured. With many indie filmmakers getting recognized and acclaimed local and overseas, fresh names in the industry are something to look forward.
Tickets are at 180php each (regular) and 200php (walk-ins), but you can get a discounted price of 350php if you buy two at once. You know you want a buddy on this one!
For more information, contact Chesca Valencia at +63 905 3605237 or visit the DLSU Green Media Group on Facebook.
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