If you’re a fan of our local films, here’s some good news! From the home of good, quality indie films, TBA studios released their eight films and twelve films from Cinema One Originals that can be streamed for free.

That’s right cinephiles, you can break from cleaning or planning everything and invite your family to watch our local films on their Youtube Channel. TBA Studios surprised everyone after they announced that they released their film on Youtube and right after that without a warning, Cinema One Originals did the same thing.

That Thing Called Tadhana

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You can cry and laugh all you want with our Cinema One favorite film, ‘That Thing called Tadhana’ by none other than Antoinette Jadaone. They also feature Documentary films on their selection such as ‘Himala Ngayon’ and ‘Ganito Kami Muli’. In line with that, you can also stream these outstanding drama films, ‘Anak ni Brocka’ and ‘Sa North Diversion Road’.

Sa North Diversion Roads

The surprise never ends with that, from the studio that made us stunned for the films like ‘Heneral Luna’, ‘Goyo: Ang Batang General’ and ‘Birdshot’, TBA Studios serve us our favorites films too! Among these films are a psychological thriller ‘Bliss’ directed by our very own Jerrold Tarog. And to give us a glimpse of our childhood, here’s ‘Patintero: Ang Alamat ni Meng Patalo’.

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In case you don’t know yet, TBA studios usually showcase their films at Cinema ’76. It’s a micro cinema where we can watch our local indie films and support them through it. But as we all know as 2020 has been plaqued with saddening news, it’s an overwhelming thing to know that these film studios gave us something to ease our weary minds.


Go to their channel now!

Let’s pause on reality for a while and enjoy these films that we can stream for free. Perhaps, these films can inspire you more to write your script or to direct in starting contemplating short films if you’re an aspiring filmmaker! Dive into their Youtube Channel now!

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