Keep up the creative spirit. May we all have a productive new year.
Filmless Films presents
THREE DAYS OF DARKNESS
This is not a film by Khavn
WHEN: December 12 (Wednesday) to December 24, 2007
WHERE: Robinsons Galleria, Ermita, and Bacolod
Kimberly (Katya Santos), Michiko (Gwen Garci), and Isabel (Precious Adona) are trapped inside their house when the apocalyptic prophecy happens. Khavn draws on the Book of Revelation for one of the most frightening phenomenon prophesied to happen. Three girls are trapped in their home as the Three Days of Darkness descend on the Earth and they must cope and try tofend off the demons that have come to take them. A chilling vision of God's Wrath or of people imposing God's Wrath on one another, the film frightens with its questions as much as it does with its sounds and visuals.
Cast: Katya Santos, Gwen Garci, Precious Adona, Bugz Daigo
Director: Khavn De La Cruz
Editor: Lawrence S. Ang
Sound Designer: Corrine De San Jose
Cinematographer: Albert Banzon
Production Design: Jeck Cogama
Sound Recordist: Mark Locsin
Story: Khavn De La Cruz
Screenplay: Alfred Aloysius Adlawan
Subtitle Translation: Lei Acosta
Production Manager: CJ Bolatano
Assistant Director: Vives Anunciation
Music: Khavn De La Cruz
Music Engineering: Arvie Bartolome
Producer: Chits Jimenez, Khavn De La Cruz
Production Company: Filmless Films
Running time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
THE SATURDAY GROUP ART BOOK
Book Launch and Art Exhibit
15 December 2007
3rd Level, Shangri-la Plaza Mall
EDSA corner Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City
MULA SA PUTIK
08 December 2007
The Boston Gallery
Directed By: Noriel M. Jarito
Bingo reveals life’s monotony of rural existence. People embrace almost anything: dull, inspiring, tame, untamed, reputable, and even deceptive. Their horizon is bounded by beliefs which sometimes manage to mislead, mock, and misuse their fate. They surrender and never question the path they trace. Thus, they are lost. Submission is sweet, to do otherwise is bitter. Their incomprehension is at the maximum level that wrong becomes right, and what is right becomes wrong. To play “Bingo” inside a church is never questioned and is labeled licensed by some unprincipled Catholic Church leaders. Christianity is the largest religion and surely many of its followers are destitute enough to consider “Bingo” inside their church as a source of momentary abundance.
Directed By: Anna Isabelle Matutina and Herbert Docena
This documentary contextualizes the issue of US military presence in the country within the long and bitter history of conflict in the south. Countering the reductionist frame set by the narrative of the “global war against terror,” it examines the historical conditions that led to the emergence of the Moro separatist movement and the subsequent rise of the Abu Sayyaf. It dissects the government’s contradictory attempts to downplay its threat while at the same time justifying escalating military operations in the region.
Against this backdrop, the documentary then probes allegations of US military involvement in the war.