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REPLAY for Cinephiles and Film Enthusiasts! Free Screening and Open Forum: September 16 to 19

Lopez Museum and Library will hold a film screening beginning September 16 to 19, Wednesday toSaturday, from 2-5 pmEach screening will be followed by an open forum with the films’ respective directors.

SCHEDULE | Screening and Open Forum

▪ September 16, Wednesday – “Last Supper No.3”
Open Forum with Veronica Velasco (Director)

▪ September 17, Thursday – “Mariquina”;
Open Forum with Milo Sogueco (Director)

▪ September 18, Friday – “Ekstra”; 

▪ September 19, Saturday – “Debosyon”;
Open Forum with Alvin Yapan (Director)

Admission is FREE to the public. Limited seats.

For inquiries and reservation, please call us at 631-2417 or email us at lmmpasig@gmail.com.

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LAST SUPPER NO.3
Veronica and Jinky Laurel

Based on a true story, the film is a humorous look at the circuitous path our legal system takes to reach justice. Assistant production designer Wilson Nañawa is tasked to look for a “Last Supper” to use as a pro for a TV commercial. He finds three, but loses one owned by Gareth Pugeda. What happens next changes Wilson forever as he spends the next two years entangled in  bureaucracy and red tape facing estafa and charges of serious physical injury. How will this ordinary man fare against a system he knows nothing about? Will justice prevail for Wilson? Or will he be imprisoned for the loss of “Last Supper No.3”.

Cast
Joey Paraz, Jojit Lorenzo, JM de Guzman, Beverly Saviejo, Debraliz Valesote, Dante Balois, Ness Roque, Andoy Ranay, Cecile Torre, Marlon Hofer, Rommel Luna, Malou Crisologo, Mark Meily, Bernard Laxa, Maricel Soriano, Alex Tiglao, Gina Lumauig, Kalila Aguilos, Jason Moss, Rita Iringan, Liza Lorena, Ronli Vergel de Dios, Ricky Davao

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MARIQUINA
Milo Sogueco
Jerrold Tarog

Unlike the former Philippine First Lady, Imelda is indifferent towards shoes. To her, they are fraught with the bittersweet nostalgia of childhood, one that was marred by a difficult relationship with her shoe-maker father, Romeo. Growing up, all of her shoes were handmade by him. Now a mature woman, she takes a call from the morgue, spurring her search for the perfect pair of shoes for her dead father. The deeper she searches for the perfect shoes, the more she finds herself.

Cast
Mylene Dizon, Ricky Davao, Bing Pimentel, Che Ramos, Barbie Forteza, Dennis Padilla, Mel Kimura, Kenneth Paul Cruz, Erlin Villalobos, Ruby Ruiz

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EKSTRA
Jeffrey Jeturian

A socio-realist drama-commedy film, Ekstra follows the seemingly usual day in the life of Loida Malabanan as she embarks on yet another shooting day of a soap opera as an extra. As the shoot goes on, we get a glimpse of the truth in the ruling system of the production as well as the exploitation on the marginalized laborers like her.

Cast
Vilma Santos, Marlon Rivera, Vincent de Jesus, Ruby Ruiz, Tart Carlo, with the special participation of Piolo Pascual, Pilar Pilapil, Cherie Gil, Cherry Pie Picache, Richard Yap and Marian Rivera

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DEBOSYON
Alvin B. Yapan

Mando, a Bikolano devotee of Ina, the Virgin of Peñafrancia, Patroness of Bikolandia, injures himself in the middle of the forest at the foot of Mayon Volcano. He is nursed back to health by a mysterious woman, Salome, living there. They fall in love with each other. But when Mando invites her to come with him to the plains, Salome refuses, saying a curse prohibits her from leaving the forest. Salome holds a secret that will devastate Mando’s love for her. Mando relies on his devotion to the Virgin Peñafrancia to lift the curse, making him realize just how inextricably linked are the virtues of love and faith.

Cast
Paulo Avelino, Mara Lopez, Ramona Raneses, Roy B. Dominguiano

*Film briefs and cast list from “Making Waves: 10 Years of Cinemalaya”, Edited by Clodualdo del Mundo Jr. (Manila: CCP and Anvil Publishing, Inc., 2014)

REPLAY is in line with “Open Ends”, the current exhibition at the Lopez Museum and Library which highlights unfinished works, processes and possibilities. Focused on film and film-making, the screening will be followed by an open forum with the Directors and Producers to talk about the production that went into their film.

This public program is brought to you in part by Gourmet Farms Inc. 

Lopez Museum and Library is located at the Ground Floor of Benpres Building, Exchange Road cor Meralco Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.