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Cinema One (OT)
« on: November 16, 2012, 05:38:33 AM »
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Re: Cinema One (OT)
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2012, 08:04:35 PM »
13 Films of Cinema One Originals 2012 Festival

PRESS RELEASE — Cinema One Originals 2012 proudly presents its biggest line-up for its 8th year run with 13 competition feature films; divided into two categories: “Cinema One Plus” composed of seasoned directors awarded with a two million production budget each and “Cinema One Currents” composed of new breeds awarded with a one million budget each.

Chosen through careful deliberation from hundreds of entries, these 13 films, six of which debuts as the filmmakers first feature film, have the potential to make names for its filmmakers, directors, writers and actors in the local and international arena.

“The festival is definitely bigger now in terms of content, variety and ambitions compared to the past years of Cinema One Originals. We have something for everyone not answered by mainstream cinema,” said Cinema One channel head, Ronald Arguelles.

Brave, bold and original, The 8th Cinema One Originals Festival line-up is composed of the following titles: For the first category, MARIPOSA SA HAWLA NG GABI by Richard Somes is a tale of an innocent woman who unravels horrible truths while in search of her long lost sister in the city starring Erich Gonzales, Alfred Vargas, Joel Torre, Maria Isabel Lopez, John Lapus and Mark Gil; MATER DOLOROSA by Adolfo Alix, Jr. is a story about a typical Filipino mother who lives a dark, shadowy life in Manila’s underground starring Gina Alajar, Cogie Domingo, Alessandra de Rossi, Carlo Aquino, Joem Bascon, and Mercedes Cabral with the special participation of Phillip Salvador and BAYBAYIN by Auraeus Solito, a unique tale of two sisters who fall in love with a man who can’t hear and speak starring siblings Assunta and Alessandra de Rossi and introducing Adrian Sebastian.

For the second category, ANG PAGLALAKBAY NG MGA BITUIN SA GABING MADILIM by Arnel Mardoquio is a story about the companionship between three escaping rebels and a young war survivor against a Mindanao war backdrop; CATNIP by Kevin Dayrit is a psychological film on two friends who despite their frequent rifts and differences find comfort in being together starring Lauren Young and Maxene Magalona; MELODRAMA NEGRA by Ma. Isabel Legarda is a dark comedy which follows the complicated and macabre lives of a woman and her ‘dead’ friends, blood-hungry sociopaths and a wealthy political family;  SLUMBER PARTY by Emmanuel Dela Cruz is a riotous comedy about a tied-up cute frat boy and three curious gays starring Markki Stroem, Archie Alemania and RK Bagatsing; PASCALINA by Pam Miras is an untypical story of a simple girl who, after visiting her dying aunt, experiences changes in her life that will push her to the edge of madness and monstrosity;  ANAK ARAW by Gym Lumbera talks about the colonial illusion of an albino who believes that he is a son of an American; EDSA XXX by Khavn De La Cruz is a futuristic black comedy film infused with original rock soundtrack. It tells the story of the reign of Three Eyes in the Philippines in year 2030 starring Epi Quizon; ABERYA by Christian Linaban, Cebu story about love, sex, and psychedelic potions which intertwine the lives of four people in one night starring Will Devaughn, Mercedes Cabral, Iwa Moto, and Nicholas Varela; PALITAN by Ato Bautista depicts lovers who find themselves asphyxiated and trapped in an erotic triangle; and MAMAY UMENG by Dwein Baltazar gives a glimpse into the life of an 84-year-old man who is alone, waiting, and praying not for long life, but for a quick escape.

Apart from these originals, the festival will give tribute to Philippine classics through the screening of three of the most important restored films that greatly contributed to the foundation of Philippine Cinema: “Oro Plata Mata”, “Himala” and “Genghis Khan”.

“Oro Plata Mata”, the 1892 film directed by Peque Gallaga will serve as the opening film for the prestigious event while the award-winning film “Himala” will celebrate its 30th anniversary through an exclusive showing of a documentary special by “Ka Oryang” director Sari Dalena and writer/editor Keith Sicat.

An exhibition programme featuring guest films will also take place in the festival to include special screenings of “Alagwa”, “Supremo”, “Jungle Love”, and “Graceland”.

The 2012 Cinema One Originals Festival will run from November 28 to December 9 at Robinson’s Galleria Movie World and from November 29 to December 4 at the Edsa Shang Cineplex. The festival’s much awaited awards night will be held on December 3 at Studio 1 ABS-CBN Main Building.

The 2012 Cinema One Originals Festival is an annual project of the Cinema One, the local movie channel on cable, owned and operated by Creative Programs, Inc (CPI).


Read More: 13 Films of Cinema One Originals 2012 Festival http://pinoymovieblog.com/2012/11/cinema-one-originals-digital-film-festival-2012/#ixzz2CTrnKEyu
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Re: Cinema One (OT)
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2012, 09:51:40 PM »
2012 Cinema One Film Fest winners bared

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Posted at 12/03/2012 8:49 PM | Updated as of 12/03/2012 8:49 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Indie film "Catnip" starring Lauren Young and Maxene Magalona won big in the 2012 Cinema One Originals Film Festival held at ABS-CBN's Dolphy Theater on Monday night.

Aside from Best Director award, "Catnip" took home the Best Screenplay, Best Editing and Best Musical Score.

"Catnip," by Kevin Dayrit, tells the story of two friends who, despite their frequent rifts and differences, find comfort in being together.

The major acting awards were given to stars of "Palitan," and the Best Picture was given to film "Pascalina," a story of a simple girl who, after visiting her dying aunt, experiences changes in her life that will push her to the edge of madness and monstrosity.

Below is the winners of the 2012 Cinema One Originals Festival

Best Picture -- "Pascalina"

Best Director -- Kevin Dayrit (Catnip)
Best Screenplay -- Kevin Dayrit (Catnip)

Best Actor -- Alex Medina (Palitan)
Best Actress -- Mara Lopez (Palitan)

Best Supporting Actor -- Nicholas Varela (Aberya)
Best Supporting Actress -- Ria Garcia (Melodrama Negra)

Best Cinematography -- Danilo Salas III (Anak Araw)
Best Production Design -- Michael Español (Mariposa Sa Hawla Ng Gabi)
Best Editing -- Kevin Dayrit (Catnip)
Best Sound -- Mickey Macachor (Aberya)
Best Musical Score -- Join the Club, Circa, Rugis (Catnip)

Audience Choice Award -- "Melodrama Negra"

Special Jury Prize -- "Ang Paglalakbay Ng Mga Bituin Sa Gabing Madilim"

Honorary Awardees for Pioneering Efforts in Independent Cinema -- Director Peque Gallaga
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Re: Cinema One (OT)
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2012, 04:53:53 AM »
NCA 2012: CineMania is For Cinema One!


The very first Netizens' Choice Awards has been launched by the collaboration of the three entertainment blogsites namely LionhearTV, Showbiznest, and Starmometer. And one of its major category is the Bloggers' Choice for the Most Favorite TV Station wherein the winner depends on the judgement of the board of bloggers.   

Since the niche of this blog site is all about movies, CineMania therefore is choosing Cinema One as our top bet for this category. 

Though Cinema One is exclusively only to Sky Cable, it's good to know that it is very popular local cable channel among the Filipinos. Though not all the people can avail Cinema One, it still manage to captivate the hearts of many viewers. Tell me who doesn't know about Cinema One?! 



It's great that there is a channel which is solely dedicated to Pinoy films. With this TV station, people learn to value our very own made movies.

Cinema One lets the viewers view different movies from classic to modern time. Yes, it not always air the latest or modern movies. Rather, it even allots a timeslot for the classic hit movies. With this channel, we are able to differentiate the old movies from the new ones. And of course, we see how the stars grow from a child wonder to a parental role.

Cinema One also gives a glimpse on how a hit movie was made through "Take One." Yes, this Cinema One TV program features the Behind-the-Scenes of the latest movies as well as actual interviews of the lead casts, directors, or writers of the movie. "Take One" which originates from Cinema One is now dominating the YouTube! Cool!

Aside from airing movies in a TV channel, Cinema One pioneers their very own "Cinema One Originals" which serves as a Film Festival of the Indie Films conducted every year. In this way, it gives importance and chances to the new breed of Indie Film actors and producers to be treated like mainstream stars! Many thanks to ABS-CBN for bringing us Cinema One!   

Well, these are some of the reasons why CinemaMania bets Cinema One! How about you, how do you think Cinema One creates impact to our daily lives?!
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Re: Cinema One (OT)
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2012, 04:54:09 AM »
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Re: Cinema One (OT)
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2013, 09:40:58 PM »
Hii, I just want to know a movie I've watched a long time ago in Cinema One. It was about a boy who died from a group fight. The fight started from the property of land, children were fighting of who should own the playing ground, I guess. But the point is, this boy died and he made a great impact to his town because he was kind. Then, he was carved into a wood at the end of the story. I somehow remember that he became a saint. This was not original Filipino movie, I watched it along movies like "Back To The Secret Garden", maybe the movie was filmed in Europe. If you can give me the title, it would really really be great. Thanks .

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« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2013, 09:00:12 AM »
TOO MANY NOMINEES FOR ONE CATEGORY

CINEMA One and the Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino partner for the third time to mount the 2013 Urian Awards to be held on June 18, Thursday, at the Rockwell Tent, and will be aired on Cinema One later. Here are the nominees in the acting categories but don’t ask us why there are so many nominees, as much as 13 in one category. It’s also a mystery to us. Let’s just say they want to be very generous.

Best Actress - Alessandra and Assunta de Rossi (Baybayin), Gina Alajar (Mater Dolorosa),  Ama Quiambao (Diablo), Jodi Sta. Maria (Aparisyon),  Shamaine Centenera-Buencamino (Requieme),  Olga Natividad (Mga Dayo), Liza Dino (In Nomine Matris), Nora Aunor (Thy Womb).

Best Actor - JM de Guzman (Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Mariano), Nico Antonio (Posas), Kristoffer King (Oros), Dominic Roco (Ang Nawawala), Eddie Garcia (Bwakaw), Coco Martin (Sta. Niña), Joem Bascon (Qwerty), Jericho Rosales (Alagwa), Bembol Roco (Thy Womb), Adrian Sebastian (Baybayin), Ananda Everingham (Kalayaan), Anthony Falcon (Requieme), Deuel Raynon Ladia (Anac ti Pating). Best Supporting Actor - Joross Gamboa (Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Mariano), Carlo Aquino (Mater Dolorosa), Art Acuña (Posas),  Dax Alejandro (Qwerty). Best Supporting Actress - Alessandra de Rossi (Mater Dolorosa and Sta. Niña), Mylene Dizon (Aparisyon), Raquel Villavicencio (Aparisyon), Joy Viado (MNL143),  Clara Ramona (In Nomine Matris), Annicka Dolonius (Ang Nawawala).

Best Director - Arnel Mardoquio (Ang Paglalakbay ng mga Bituin sa Dilim ng Gabi), Aureus Solito (Baybayin), Ian Loreños (Alagwa), Whammy Alcarazen (Colossal), Mes de Guzman (Diablo),  Lav Diaz (Florentina Ubaldo, CTE), Sigfried Barros Sanchez/Racquel Zaballero-Sanchez (Huling Biyahe), Adolfo Alix (Mater Dolorosa), Maria Isabel Legarda (Melodrama Negra), Paul Sta. Ana (Oros),  Lawrence Fajardo (Posas), Manny Palo (Sta. Niña), Brillante Mendoza (Thy Womb). Best Film - Ang Paglalakbay ng mga Bituin sa Dilim ng Gabi, Baybayin, Bwakaw, Colossal, Diablo, Florentina Ubaldo CTE, Mater Dolorosa, Oros, Posas, Thy Womb (Sinapupunan).

Take note that all these are so-called indie films seen by a very limited audience.
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« Reply #7 on: August 20, 2013, 02:22:00 PM »
FPJ Movies to Air Soon on ABS-CBN, Studio 23, TFC and Various Cable Channels

Posted on August 20, 2013 | 10:26 AM

ABS-CBN and its various free-to-air and cable channels will be airing the movies of the late Fernando Poe Jr. as a gift to the fans of the King of Philippine Cinema on his 74th birthday and to showcase his legacy and contribution to the movie industry and the Filipino masses.


FPJ Movies to Air Soon on ABS-CBN, Studio 23, TFC and Various Cable Channels

With ABS-CBN’s unmatched reach in the country and worldwide, viewers can choose to watch a variety of FPJ movies whenever they want on its platforms with the relaunch of the FPJ movie timeblock on Channel 2 with the handle “FPJ, Da King,” and the new movie blocks “FPJ, Ang Nag-iisang Alamat” on Studio 23; “FPJ, Ang Hari ng Pinoy Cinema” on Cinema One; “FPJ, Ang Da King Magpakailanman” on Jeepney TV; and “FPJ, Ang Simbolo ng Pilipino” on The Filipino Channel (TFC).

Weeks leading to the launch, “Banana Split Extra Scoop” and Studio 23’s “Gag U” will present FPJ-inspired skits and FPJ impersonators, while Sunday musical variety show “ASAP 18” will feature some of the most memorable theme songs in FJP’s films in a special number.

Also watch out for the FPJ trivia contests on DZMM and MOR 101.9, as and the re-airing on Cinema One of “Alay ni Da King: An FPJ Special,” a TV special examining FPJ as an artist, a cultural icon, a friend and colleague, and an idol of the masses.

ABS-CBN recently acquired the rights to FPJ’s exclusive movie library, a collection of classic movie titles that FPJ starred in, wrote, directed, and produced.

Watch out for FPJ movies soon on ABS-CBN, Studio 23, Cinema One, Jeepney TV, and TFC.
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« Reply #8 on: September 17, 2013, 06:19:22 PM »
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla Face the End of the World Together

Posted on September 17, 2013 | 8:47 AM

Philippine showbiz’s teen king and queen, Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, along with some of today’s finest Star Magic talents, find themselves posed with the question “What would you want to do before the world ends?”, putting their hearts to the test in their hit movie together, “24/7 in Love”, which is set to air this Sunday (September 22) on Cinema One.


Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla Face the End of the World Together in 24/7 in Love

An end of the world prediction based on the Mayan calendar causes panic worldwide. In line with this, a young student named Jane (Kathryn Bernardo) comes up with an idea for a video project that she wants to submit in order to win a VIP pass to her ultimate crush’s concert. Being a huge fan of the young actor Billy Fernandez (Daniel Padilla), she decides to circle the city, asking people what they’d do if it were the end of the world.

As she goes around to meet different people, she discovers different love stories that are taking place all around the world, making her cross paths with characters that form a star-studded cast including Piolo Pascual, Gerald Anderson, Maja Salvador, Sam Milby, Zanjoe Marudo, Bea Alonzo, John Lloyd Cruz, Angelica Panganiban, Kim Chiu and Diether Ocampo.

Directed by John Lazatin, Mae Czarina Cruz, Frasco Mortiz and Dado Lumibao from Star Cinema, “24/7 in Love” brought together an ensemble to celebrate Star Magic’s 20th anniversary. It has been said to be able to cover love in all forms with its stellar cast of some of the biggest and brightest stars in Philippine cinema today.

Don’t miss out on “24/7 in Love” airing at 8:00 p.m. on the Blockbuster Sundays movie block of Cinema One (SkyCable channel 56 and Destiny Cable analog channel 37 or digital channel 56), the Philippines’ number one cable channel. For program schedules and updates, visit and like www.facebook.com/Cinema1Channel.
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