#TheaterPH - Cinemalaya 2019 Short Films in Competition - Trailers

THE SHOEMAKER by  Sheron Dayoc



Set in Marikina, the shoe capital of the Philippines, an aging lady shoemaker gets a visit from her first love who abandoned her for three decades.


TEMBONG (CONNECTING) by  Shaira Advincula



In a culture where designs are dreamt about and to be woven only by women, a T’boli man is challenged to face a cultural norm as the abaca goddess shows him a pattern to weave in his dreams.

SA GABING TANGING LIWANAG AY PANINIWALA (BELIEF AS THE LIGHT IN DARKNESS) by  Francis Amir Guillermo



The continuous disappearance of townsmen ignited the town captain to search the woods in order to find out who is behind the disappearances and where are the people being brought to. Upon his search, the town captain and his son came across a mysterious answer.


SA AMONG AGWAT (IN BETWEEN SPACES) by  Don Senoc



Jun is a farmer who lives near a pineapple field with his mother Dita and his brother Mako. His aunt from Manila who can’t bear a child offers to adopt Mako with a promise to give him a good life. Jun and Mako face their impending separation and think of ways they can spend every minute together.

KONTROLADO NI GIRLY ANG BUHAY N’YA (GIRLY IS IN CONTROL OF HIS LIFE) by  Gilb Baldoza



Gay teenager Girly looks for a job in a world he is unaware of.


‘WAG MO ‘KONG KAUSAPIN (PLEASE STOP TALKING) by Josef DielleGacutan



An elderly man tries to repair his relationship with his estranged son, but a mysterious black figure gets in the way.


DISCONNECTION NOTICE by Glenn Lowell Averia



Away from his home in the province, Paul shuffles between the responsibilities of being the eldest sibling in their apartment and reconnecting with his youngest brother Carl who now lives with him.


GATILYO (TRIGGER) by Harold Lance Pialda



The lone survivor of an ambush is being haunted by the war he survived.

HEIST SCHOOL by Julius Renomeron Jr.



A ragtag group of students try to steal from the faculty room as they save both their grades and friendship

HELE NG MAHARLIKA (LULLABY OF THE FREE) by  Norvin de los Santos



In the midst of an ongoing siege, a reluctant child combatant finds a safe place to pray where he meets a newly orphaned, infidel boy who seeks refuge in the unknown.




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