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26 Cinemalaya Films are Now Available for Streaming

Catch up on the local indie film scene.
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Didn't get to attend Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival? Here’s your chance to catch up on the local indie film scene with 26 Cinemalaya films now streaming on iflix. From Cinemalaya Year 1 (2005) to Year 9 (2013), the films cover eight seasons from the popular film festival, with winning entries added to the mix.

Cinemalaya 2005

Pepot Artista

Pepot Artista

Best Film

Directed by Clodualdo Del Mundo, Jr.

Big Time

Directed by Mario Cornejo

Isnats

Directed by Michael Angelo Dagñalan

Cinemalaya 2007

Tribu

Tribu

Best Film

Directed by Jim Libiran

Endo

Special Jury Prize

Directed by Jade Castro

Ligaw Liham

Directed by Jay Abello

Cinemalaya 2008

Jay

Jay

Best Film

Francis Xavier Pasion

Namets!

Directed by Jay Abello

Baby Angelo

Directed by Joel Ruiz

Cinemalaya 2009

Ang Panggagahasa kay Fe

 

Colorum

Special Jury Prize

Directed by Jobin Ballesteros

Ang Panggagahasa kay Fe

Directed by Alvin Yapan

Engkwentro

Directed by Pepe Diokno

Cinemalaya 2010

Donor

Donor

Directed by Mark Meily

(Expires on December 7, 2018, on iflix)

Sigwa

Directed by Joel Lamangan

Vox Populi

Directed by Dennis Marasigan

Pink Halo-Halo

Directed by Joselito Altajeros

Cinemalaya 2011

Niño

Niño

Special Jury Prize

Directed by Loy Arceñas

Teoriya

Directed by Zurich Chan

Patrikul

Directed by Joel Lamangan

Cinemalaya 2012

Aparisyon

Aparisyon

Directed by Vincent Sandoval

Cinemalaya 2013

Sana Dati

 

Sana Dati

Best Film

Directed by Jerrold Tarog

Ekstra

Special Jury Prize

Directed by Jeffrey Jeturian

Babagwa

Directed by Jason Paul Laxamana

Instant Mommy

Directed by Leo Abaya

Debosyon

Directed by Alvin Yapan

The Diplomat Hotel

Directed by Christopher Ad Castillo

Short Films

If you’re in the mood for short films, you can check out Cinemalaya’s Viddsee channel, which includes 29 short films for free viewing. Some of the most viewed shorts on the channel are Lola by Kevin Ang (Cinemalaya 2014), Asan si Lolo Mê by Sari Estrada (Cinemalaya 2014), and Mientras Su Durmida by Sheron Dayoc (Cinemalaya 2012).

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Asan si Lolo Me by Sari Estrada

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