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Missed Out on Last Year’s MMFF? Catch The Hits at Black Maria Cinema

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For everything that it was and wasn’t, last year’s Metro Manila Film Festival did manage to bring out some solid movies. If you failed to catch them during the festival’s run last December, you’d do well to keep an eye on the microcinemas littered around Metro Manila, which regularly provide local films with a platform beyond mall theaters and initial screening periods.

For one week starting Wednesday, Black Maria Cinema, a microcinema in Mandaluyong, will be screening three of the MMFF’s award-winners: Paul Soriano’s Siargao, Loy Arcenas’ Ang Larawan, and Julius Alfonso’s Deadma Walking. Here’s the screening schedule:

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MARCH 21, Wednesday
6:00PM - Ang Larawan
8:30PM - Siargao
10:30PM - Deadma Walking

MARCH 22, Thursday
6:00PM - Siargao
8:10PM - Deadma Walking
10:15PM - Ang Larawan

MARCH 23, Friday
6:00PM - Deadma Walking
8:00PM - Ang Larawan
10:15PM - Siargao
12:15AM - Deadma Walking

MARCH 24, Saturday
2:00PM - Siargao
6:00PM - Ang Larawan
8:30PM - Deadma Walking
10:30PM - Siargao

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MARCH 25, Sunday
2:00PM - Ang Larawan
6:15PM - Siargao
8:30PM - Deadma Walking
10:30PM - Ang Larawan

MARCH 26, Monday
6:00PM - Deadma Walking
8:00PM - Ang Larawan
10:15PM - Siargao

MARCH 27, Tuesday
6:00PM - Siargao
8:30PM - Deadma Walking
10:30PM - Ang Larawan

MARCH 28, Wednesday
6:00PM - Ang Larawan
8:15PM - Siargao
10:30PM - Deadma Walking

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Ang Larawan took home MMFF 2017’s Best Picture, Best Production Design, and Best Musical Score. Joanna Ampil won Best Actress for her performance in it.

Siargao took home the most awards from the festival, including Best Director for Paul Soriano, Best Supporting Actress for Jasmine Curtis-Smith, and Best Cinematography.

Deadma Walking won Best Supporting Actor for Edgar Allan Guzman.

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Black Maria Cinema is located on 779 San Rafael Street, SQ Film Laboratories Building, Plainview Mandaluyong. Tickets for each of the three movies go for P200.

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