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FEATURES: Cinema Centenario’s Extended Screenings of Local Movies

January 3, 2019 Victoria Luz

Missed out the amazing local movies from 2018? Then, say no more! Cinema Centenario’s extended screenings of local movies and Maginhawa is shaking!

 

#SupportLocalFilms! 2018 has been a great year for local films. You migCinema Centenarioht have missed a few of the amazing local films last year. But don’t worry! Because Cinema Centenario’s extended screenings of local movies gotchu!

 

Due to insistent public demand, they’ve extended the screenings of select local films. So clear up your January schedule. We’re about to dive to an awesome Filipino cinema experience.

 

Cinema Centenario announced in their Facebook page that select movie screenings are extended. The movies whose screenings were extended are ‘Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap’, Juan Miguel Severo‘s ‘Hintayan Ng Langit’, ‘Liway’, ‘Die Beautiful’, and ‘ML‘.

 

There will also be a rerun of ‘Patay Na Si Jesus’ and ‘Sakaling Hindi Makarating’ in the lineup. Even MMFF 2018 ‘Rainbow Sunset‘ will be available as well. Aside from that, a remastered and digitally-restored versions of Magic Tempe and Pare Ko will join their January screening.

 

 

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Those critically acclaimed movies of 2018 have made a statement in the Philippine cinema. And it’s a great opportunity to watch them and see the beauty of what we missed out from 2018 local movies. They’ve posted the screening schedules from January 6 to January 11. You still have a few days left to reserve tickets!

 

Here’s the schedule below!

Even if it’s a small movie house in Maginhawa Street, Cinema Centenario’s extended screenings of local movies open big doors. As a promoter and supporter of Filipino local films, Cinema Centenario encourages everyone to show love to our very own. It’s very rare to see independent movie houses nowadays. And for a movie buff like me, it’s such a relief to have the chance to watch those movies, legally. (If you know what I mean.)

 

Ticket price is Php 200 and they’re still open for ticket reservations. They also accept walk-ins! For inquiries and ticket reservations, go ahead and check out Cinema Centenario’s Facebook page here! It’s not yet too late! Go #SupportLocalFilms!

 

 

Still have free time this January? Cinema Centenario’s extended screenings of local movies so make sure to visit! Let’s #SupportLocalFilms and be amazed by the stories they tell. Share us your thoughts on the comments down below. Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh