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Here Are the Movies to See at the 2020 Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino

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On November 20, the 4th annual Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino begins, which means you'll get 90 full-feature films from the Film Development Council of the Philippines' (FDCP) virtual screenings. According to the FDCP, the virtual cinematheque is an homage to the country's own arthouse cinemas that are still physically closed because of the pandemic.

The online experience continues through December 13 and it's open to all (free and paid subscription plans are available on the site). If you have a subscription plan, however, you'll have access to more of the festival's numerous events. These include talkback sessions, panel sessions, and exclusive events such as the Grand Virtual FanCon, Talkback Sessions with filmmakers and actors from selected Premium Selection films, and more. Check out the FDCP channel to know more. Here are the movies you can look forward to in the meantime.

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