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The Manila International Book Fair goes online
THE MANILA International Book Fair (MIBF) returns online from Sept. 30 to Oct. 4. Browse through a variety of book genres from over 30 publishers and enjoy up to 80% off on selected title. Visit and register at www.manilabookfair.com.
Free films at the Spanish Film Fest
THE INSTITUTO Cervantes de Manila will be showcasing a total of 20 films — four short films and 16 contemporary Spanish and Latin American feature films — at this year’s PELÍCULA Spanish Film Festival, which will be held online for a second year. All the films will be available for free streaming with English subtitles at www.pelikula.es within 48 hours from their scheduled release. The online film festival will run from Oct. 1 to 10 at www.pelikula.es.
All-Filipino films at the FDCP Channel
ONE hundred Filipino Films are available for streaming beginning Sept. 30 at the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) website. Register at https://fdcpchannel.ph and subscribe for P99 a month. The subscription is available to users in the Philippine territory only.
European Higher Education Fair goes online
THE 2021 EUROPEAN Higher Education Fair (EHEF) goes online once again on Oct. 1 and 2. With the theme “Go Higher with the EU,” the EHEF will give Filipino students, academicians, researchers, and university officials the opportunity to connect directly with world-class higher education institutions from across the European Union (EU). EHEF 2021 consists of 140 European higher education institutions offering MAs and PhDs from this year’s participating EU member states. The two-day fair will have activities ranging from webinars on specialized courses and programs, to country presentations and live chats with representatives, alumni, and scholars from participating institutions. To join, register at https://www.ehefphilippines.com. For information on the Erasmus Mundus program, visit https://www.eacea.ec.europa.eu/scholarships/emjmd-catalogue_en.