On March 3, Cinevita will open with award winning films “HungHong Sa Yuta” (Gawad Urian best picture nominee) “Sanglaan” (2009 Cinemalaya entry), “Last Supper No. 3” (2009 Cinemalaya best film), “Dinig Sana Kita” (Toronto Film Festival entry), and the documentary “Demographic Winter” at the Rizal Conference Hall, St. Raymund’s Building.
At the gala on March 4, Lola and Kinatay will be shown after which Thomasian film maker Brillante Mendoza, 62nd Cannes Film Festival Best Director, together with invited cast members of the two movies, will answer questions from audience during an open forum.
The event is open to the public and admission is free.
Cinevita, coined from the words cinema and “vita” (life), upholds the cinema as tool for the meaningful expressions of life. It is a non-profit and an educational endeavor of the Varsitarian.
For inquiries, call the Varsitarian office at (02) 406-1611 local 8235 or contact Ms.AJ Maleficio at 09053601916 or Ms. Jeremy Perey at 09163264723