Cinemalaya Film Campus 2015 at the CCP on Aug. 11-12

August 11, 2015 5:24 am 

MANILA, Aug. 10 — Cinemalaya Film Campus 2015 will address how does one read a film and what are some basic approaches to writing film critiques on Aug. 11-12 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ (CCP) Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (Little Theater) along Roxas Blvd. in Pasay City.

Film industry practitioners and members of the academe will speak at the Campus.

Each session of the Campus will consist of a screening of a short film from the Cinemalaya collection, a discussion of the featured film by peer reviewers, and a critique by a film academician, scholar, or writer.

The critique will exemplify a particular approach in film criticism.

To prepare the peer reviewers, each session will be scheduled that will focus on the elements that can aid in reading a film.

This session will also result in a short list of peer reviewers. These peer reviewers will participate in the discussion of a specific film during each session in the campus.

An added feature of the Film Campus is the session on NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinemas) which will focus on the organization and its process of defining Asian cinema.

Guest speakers are Mario Hernando, Patrick Campos, and Jose Javier Reyes.

There will be a total of seven sessions in the Campus.

Single session passes to the Campus cost PhP 200 each. Regular Package cost (7 Sessions) is PhP 600, and Student Package (7 Sessions), PhP 400.

Five Session ticket buyers will receive Cinemalaya Campus freebies.

Discount for students is not applicable to Session Tickets.

For further questions, contact the Arts Education Department – Cultural Management Division at 832-1125 loc. 1710. Information on Cinemalaya is available at



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