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The Film Development Council of the Philippines, in partnership with the Film and Media Arts International Academy, is conducting a series of Facebook live sessions every Friday and Saturday of July with lectures about movie making: from sound design to scriptwriting.
DUE to insistent public demand, the Virgin Labfest 2020: Kapit will have an extended run on Vimeo, from July 2 to 15. For two more weeks, theater fans will have a chance to watch plays from the theater festival of untried, untested and unstaged plays on the virtual stage.
Tanghalang Pilipino, through the Pantawid ng Tanghalan fundraising project, presents the award-winning steampunk musical Mabining Mandirigma beginning June 12 on iWant. To donate, visit https://bit.ly/KTXPantawidNgTanghalan. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/tanghalangpilipino/.
Ballet Manila online Ballet Manila present’s Lisa Macuja-Elizalde’s favorite roles from her Swan Song Series for streaming at its official social media pages (www.facebook.com/balletmanilaofficial) and (www.youtube.com/c/balletmanilaofficial). The series opens with Swan Lake premiering on June 6 (6 p.m.). It will be available until June 12 (10 p.m.).
Watch Virgin Labfest 15 entries A Family Reunion by Anthony Kim Vergara and Ang Paguulyanin ni Olivia Mendoza by Rolin Migyuel Obina at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ (CCP) YouTube channel (bit.ly/CCPOnlineYT). The shows will be online for one week.
CCP Online’s sixth week of online programming continues with the following programs: Ballet Philippines’ Romeo and Juliet which premieres on May 21, 3 p.m., with music by Sergei Prokofiev and choreography by National Artist for Dance Alice Reyes; and Tanghalang Pilipino’s Walang Sugat which premieres on May 23, 3 p.m. Written by Severino Reyes, who is regarded as the father of the Tagalog sarsuwela, it follows the story of Tenyong who outwits the people trying to separate him from his beloved Julia. Watch for free at bit.ly/CCPOnlineYT.
THE Instituto Cervantes de Manila and the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain will be showing Spanish film classics with “Clásicos contigo / Classics with You,” a cycle that will be shown through the Instituto Cervantes channel on the Vimeo platform, for free.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) will stream the following recordings of its shows through CCP Online this week at 3 p.m.: Dustin Celestino’s Mga Eksena sa Buhay ng Kontrabida, directed by Roobak Valle (Virgin Labfest 14), premieres on April 22; and Tanghalang Pilipino’s Batang Mujahideen, written by Malou Jacob and directed by Guelan Luarca, premieres on April 24.