On Spotlight: The Movies of Cinemalaya 2006

Nick Joseph Olanka’s “Ang Huling Araw Ng Linggo” (The Last Day Of The Week) Starring Johnny Delgado

Benji Garcia’s “Batad: Sa Paang Palay” Starring Gina Alajar

Adolfo Alix’s “Donsol” Starring Angel Aquino and Sid Lucero

Dado Lumibao’s “In Da Red Korner”
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“Mudraks” (Filipino Slang for Mother) Directed by Arah Jell Badayos and Margaret Guzman, Starring Rio Locsin

Ron Bryant’s “Rotonda” Starring Meryll Soriano

Florida Bautista’s “Saan Nagtatago Si Happiness?” (Where Is Happiness Hiding?) Starring Caridad Sanchez and Nanette Inventor

Mike Sandejas’ “Tulad Ng Dati” (Just Like Before) Starring The Dawn

See also My Favorite Songs From The Dawn
See also the movies of Cinemalaya 2005



JonathanAquino said…
Photo Credits:

Huling Araw Ng Linggo: Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/amreidizon/424244947/

Batad: Multiply http://juneeeee.multiply.com/journal?&page_start=40

Donsol: Movie Poster Addict http://www.movieposteraddict.com/2007/12/11/the-posters-for-the-foreign-language-oscar-contenders/

Red Korner: CineFilipinas http://cinefilipinas.blogspot.com/2009/09/in-da-red-korner-2006-dado-lumibao.html

Mudraks: Listal http://www.listal.com/viewimage/90640

Rotunda: KabayanCentral http://www.kabayancentral.com/video/others/cpotrotonda.html

Happiness: OPM Japan http://www.opmjapan.com/video/v200709.html

Tulad Ng Dati: TitikPilipino http://www.titikpilipino.com/news/print.php?aid=736

Cinemalaya 2006 Logo: Color Me Bleue http://bleue.i.ph/blogs/bleue/2006/07/23/cinemalaya-2006/
JonathanAquino said…
Highly recommended site (and the URL I'll use to return to it)

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Anonymous said…
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JonathanAquino said…
Today I changed the Batad poster, courtesy of Jay.eLex http://jay-elx.blogspot.com/2009/11/in-focus-metropolis.html
Today I changed the sequence. It's now title, poster then video. Originally it was pictures first then videos. This new arrangement, I hope, is more user-friendly