All the Films You Can Watch at Cinema Centenario This October

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED October 2, 2018 05:17 pm
Art by Dani Elevazo

Thanks to the proliferating number of local independent film supporters, the industry is flourishing and indie filmmakers keep on giving. Though, if you miss premiere screenings, you need not fret.

From a Philippine remake of a South Korean comedy-drama to an internationally acclaimed action-thriller depicting the country's War on Drugs, these are the films you can watch at Cinema Centenario this month.

Miss Granny

Directed by Joyce Bernal

Fely (Sarah Geronimo) is an elderly woman who journeys into love and sacrifices one more time after a visit to a mysterious photo studio turns her into her younger self.

The Day After Valentine's

Directed by Jason Paul Laxamana

A brokenhearted man (JC Santos) with a tendency to hurt himself meets a seemingly confident woman (Bela Padilla) who could fix his life.

Nakalimutan Ko Nang Kalimutan Ka

Directed by Fifth Solomon

Jaz (Alex Gonzaga) goes on a road trip with her best friend (Jerald Napoles) and deals with the stages of moving on from a failed relationship.


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.

Tu Pug Imatuy

Directed by Arnel Barbarona

Right to kill in Manobo, Tu Pug Imatuy showcases a Lumad couple whose lives are compromised with their relation to the military.

Aside from these films, the 2018 Cinema One Originals is also coming to Cinema Centenario and is expected to run from October 12 to 21. See you then?

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



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