Here’s your weekend guide for August 10 to 12

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED August 9, 2018 05:06 pm
This week is a treat for the coolest of nerds

This weekend, celebrate Philippine independent films, meet your favorite authors, be part of a historic gathering, and shop 'til you drop for a cause. Here are activities you can do this weekend.



Cinemalaya 2018


When: August 3 to 12


Where: CCP Main Theater, CCP Complex, Manila


Film enthusiasts! The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the Cinemalaya Foundation rolls its red carpet for the 14th edition of the biggest independent film festival in the country. With the theme “Wings of Vision,” 10 full-length films and 10 short films compete for the grand awards.


For more information, visit www.cinemalaya.org and www.culturalcenter.gov.ph, or follow Cinemalaya on Facebook.



Philippine Readers and Writers Festival


When: August 10 to 12


Where: Raffles Makati, Makati City


Love literature? This annual event held by National Book Store and Raffles Makati is a perfect choice. Join book signings, listen to forums, and meet the top Filipino writers and artists in the industry. What's more, admission is free!


For more information, visit www.readersandwritersfestival.com or follow National Book Store on Facebook.



History Con 2018


When: August 10 to 12


Where: World Trade Center, Pasay City


The return of the biggest entertainment conventions is sure to excite history buffs in the country. Catch personalities from History channel, witness the prestigious HISTORY Maker awards night, and take part in a myriad of exciting activities lined up for three days. Wanna know more? Read our full guide here.


For more information, visit www.historyasia.com/historycon or follow HISTORY Asia on Facebook.



John Ford Coley at the Shang


When: August 12, 7 p.m.


Where: Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong City


Sing along to the timeless hits like "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight,” “It’s Sad to Belong,” “We’ll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again,” and so much more with none other than American singer John Ford Coley, the one-half of the duo that gave us those iconic soft rock ballads.
Plus, Shang offers free wi-fi access all-day now so you stay connected.


For more information, visit www.shangrila-plaza.com or follow Shangri-La Plaza on Facebook.



MaArte Fair


When: August 10 to 12


Where: The Peninsula Manila, Makati City


A more inclusive MaArte Fair awaits bazaar-goers this year. From apparel, jewelry, accessories, fragrances, and home decor, there will be an exhibitor waiting for you.


For more information, call MFPI at (02) 697.9509 or (02) 404.2685, visit ww.museumfoundationph.org, or follow MaArte Fair on Facebook.




Film screenings at Cinema Centenario


When: August 10 to 12


Where: 95 Maginhawa Street, Quezon City


Support local independent films! This weekend, catch "Ari: My Life With A King," "Patay Na Si Hesus," "Magbuwag Ta Kay," "Mata Tapang," "Hitboy," "The Write Moment," and the controversial "Cry No Fear," as well as several foreign features. Tickets are at P200 each.


For more information, contact Tanya at +63 945 5367054 or visit Cinema Centenario on Facebook.




Stay updated with the latest weekend whereabouts! Visit www.insidemanila.ph and follow @insidemanilaph on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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