All the Films You Can Watch at Cinema Centenario This September

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED September 6, 2018 10:39 am
Art by Dani Elevazo

The celebration of Philippine independent films continues this September as Cinema Centenario (CC), the premiere alternative cinema in Quezon City, prepares a myriad of films for your indie movie fix this month.

Mga Mister Ni Rosario

Directed by Alpha Habon

Rosario loves getting into various characters to match her method actor husband's role in movies—that is until he gets his dream role as a killer.

Bakwit Boys

Directed by Jason Paul Laxamana

Four brothers get a shot at their dreams when a rich city girl discovers their musical talent, testing their unity as a family as the brothers embark on the road to success.

Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus

Directed by Dwein Baltazar

Four different men from Avenida, in search of something, all find what they are looking for in a college student named Aileen.

Pinay Beauty

Directed by Jay Abello

Pinay Beauty is about the perennial quest of the typical Filipina to look Caucasian and the cost it entails.


Directed by Erik Matti

A group of drug-enforcement agents set to conduct a buy-bust operation only to find themselves trapped in the drug user-filled slums, fighting for survival.

Never Forget Film Festival

September marks the 46th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law. Cinema Centenario commemorates this through its #NeverForget Film Festival that gathers feature-lengths, short films, and documentaries to run throughout the whole month of September.

For the complete lineup of films at the Never Forget Film Festival, click here.

Cinema Centenario is at 95 Maginhawa Street, Quezon City. For more information, visit Cinema Centenario on Facebook.



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