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Pasinaya 2017: Palabas at Palihan presented by the Cultural Center of the Philippines

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A wide variety of exciting activities await the public in the 13th PASINAYA OPEN HOUSE FESTIVAL 2017: PALABAS AT PALIHAN; the largest annual multi-arts festival in the country with more than 300 shows in music, theater, dance, visual arts, film, and literature to choose from and more than 50,000 viewers. Taking as its theme ARTS FOR PEACE, the festival which will be held at the CCP and various museums and galleries in the city will feature excerpts from the works of over a hundred arts groups and thousands of artists from around the country.

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Eiga Sai: One of the longest-running foreign film festivals in the Philippines is set!

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Eiga Sai, one of the longest-running foreign film festivals in the Philippines is set! Presented by The Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM), in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan.

Free admission!
GUIDE: https://cinemabravo.com/2016/06/07/guide-eiga-sai-2016-the-18th-japanese-film-festival/

Admission is FREE on a first-come, first-served basis. At Shang Cineplex, tickets will be available at the counter 30 minutes before each screening. The screenings during Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival at the Cultural Center of the Philippines are also FREE of charge.

(July 7 Opening Night is invitational. Please read the guide for details.)

July 7 – 17: Shang Cineplex Cinema 2
July 22 – 24: Abreeza Mall Cinema, Davao
July 26 – 30: FDCP Cinematheque, Davao
July 8, August 6, 9, 10, and 12: Cultural Center of the Philippines
August 11 – 14: SM Baguio Cinema, Baguio City
August 15: FDCP Cinematheque Baguio
August 17 – 21: Ayala Center Cebu
August 17 – 20: UP Film Institute, UP Diliman