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Film Development Council of the Philippines: Holds First Korean Architecture Film Festival in cooperation with Seoul International Architecture Film Festival and Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines

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At the first Korean Architectural Film Festival πŸŽ₯πŸ“½πŸŽ¬ Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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ATM: Film Showing of 'Ecology in Concrete' directed by Jeong Jae Eun πŸŽ₯πŸ“½πŸŽ¬ Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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Next Up: Chicken and Beer Fellowship πŸ—πŸ»πŸŽ₯πŸ“½πŸŽ¬ Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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FDCP: Presents ‘Sining Sinta,’ an art exhibit this February 2017

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It’s Sining’s month, Sinta!

In celebration of the love and arts month, the Film Development Council of the Philippines presents ‘Sining Sinta,’ featuring the arts and creation of our local painters, and artists.

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Gala and opening of art exhibit is on Feb. 08, 2017 followed by a FREE film screening of ‘Ang Babae sa Likod ng Mambabatok’ (The Woman Behind the Tattoo Artist) directed by Lauren Marie Sevilla Faustino.

Exhibit is open for viewing until February 15, 2017 at Cinematheque Manila (855 T. M. Kalaw Ave., Ermita Manila)

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Film Dev’t Council Phils: “Lino Brocka: Citizen With a Movie Camera” this September 2016 at Cinematheque Centre Manila

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β€œThe filmmaker, like his fellow artists in different media, has now realized that the artist is also a public person. He does not work in isolation from society. Instead of working alone in his ivory tower he is a citizen of the slums, of the streets, of the battlefield if need be.” – Lino Brocka

This September 20th to 25th, 2016, in recalling the proclamation of Martial Law forty-four years ago, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) will be honoring one of our greatest filmmakers, artists, and social activists with β€œLino Brocka: Citizen With a Movie Camera.” At the Cinematheque Manila will be a weeklong mini-retrospective commemoration of Brocka’s lasting heritage to cinema, culture, and history with screenings of several of his most significant, politically-charged works in film as well as activities celebrating his fight for truth and justice, and the revolution for freedom he helped set into motion.

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