2013 Cinemalaya Short Film Entries
Here's the list of Short film entries for Cinemalaya 2013!
Bakaw (Ron Segismundo) is a day in the life of a child who steals at the Navotas fishport.
Katapusang Labok (Aiess Athina E. Alonso) depicts the struggles of fishermen who must deal with environmental abuse and the effects of coral harvesting on their livelihood.
Missing (Zig Madamba Dulay) tackles the subject of forced disappearances.
Onang (Jann Eric S. Tiglao) is the classic tale of a young probinsyana who seeks her fortune in the big city.
Para kay Ama (Relyn A. Tan) is about a young Chinese-Filipino girl who discovers she has a half-brother when she meets him on the last day of her father’s wake.
Pukpok (Joaquin Adrian M. Pantaleon) is one adolescent’s transition to manhood as he hurdles a case characterized by excessive blood, superstition and a man with failing eyesight.
Sa Wakas (Ma. Veronica Santiago) is a reflection on the bond of a father and daughter tested by cultural, political and religious hypocrisy.
Taya (Philip Adrian Bontayam) is about a 12-year-old boy who learns to play the game of life with a new set of friends. The film highlights how traditional Filipino games reflect the realities and disparities of our society.
The Houseband’s Wife (Paulo P. O’Hara) is an essay about a typical OFW family, with the OFW wife as breadwinner and the husband left in the Philippines to care for the children. Technology and the internet bridges the physical distance but shatters domestic harmony when the wife, on a Skype video call, sees a bra, not hers, hanging in the marital closet.
Tutob (Kissza Mari V. Campano) begins when recent bombings in the region put authorities on alert. A mysterious, strange-looking native Maranao man dressed up in Muslim attire shows up. He is tasked to fetch a package from his boss’ contact. From a rural area in the mountains, he rides his motorcycle to the city to get the package. On his way back, he is stopped at an army checkpoint. Speaking Maranao, he says he doesn’t know what’s in the package, but the Visayan-speaking soldiers don’t understand him and insist on opening it.
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