The Cine Europe is an annual festival featuring movies from all over Europe in the Megacity.
You will hardly find a book lover in Manila who does not as well love the Fully Booked branch in Bonifacio High Street, the biggest book store in the country.
It is almost the Chinese New Year and to celebrate it, Ateneo de Manila’s Filipino-Chinese organization Celadon will be holding the 9th
Spring Film Festival from February 13 to 22, 2015 at Edsa Shangri-La Mall. The festival features six award-winning Chinese films. Entrance is free and all films have English subtitles.
Goethe is pleased to present to you their new A Visual Tour through German Literature film series every Wednesday. From Johann Wolfgang von Goethe to Erich Kaestner to Daniel Kehlmann: in their new film series „A Visual Tour Through German Literature“ they present various film adaptations from classic to contemporary literature.
'Since its inception in 1999, the Cinemanila International Film Festival (CIFF) has endeavored to revive the Philippines as the center of Southeast Asian cinema and encourage the creation of international caliber, yet uniquely Filipino films.'
"Family" in all possible forms is the big issue of this year's Cine Europa, the annual film festival organized by the EU Delegation to the Philippines. The annual event takes cinephiles on an artistic and poetic tour all over the continent, and all for free!
For the 16th time, the EU Delegation to the Philippines presents Cine Europa, a film festival featuring movies from all over Europe.
Shangri-la Plaza mall hosts the much awaited Moviemov Italian Film Festival from July 23 to 27, 2014. To be shown are the classic work of Italian filmmaker Ettore Scola, La Grande Belleza (The Great Beauty), an Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, and other critically acclaimed contemporary films from Italy.
The International Silent Film Festival features six movies from six different countries, accompanied by outstanding Filipino live bands and musicians. It takes place from August 23 to 25, 2013, in Shang Cineplex.
The International Silent Film Festival will once again show how pictures and music are enough to tell great stories in film. The festival at Shang Cineplex features seven silent movies from three continents, most of them from the early decades of film making. Philippine and international musicians are taking care of the live soundtrack.
Sold out shows, a transgender as best actor, and new insights into Filipino culture: a round up of this year's Cinemalaya Festival.
Cinemalaya is the big independent film festival of the Philippines. 25 films will be on display from July 26 to August 4, 2013. Venues are the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the cinemas of Greenbelt, Trinoma, and Alabang Town Center.
Cinemalaya is the big independent film festival of the Philippines. 25 films will be on display from August 1 to 10, 2014. Venues are the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the Ayala cinemas of Greenbelt 3, TriNoMa, Alabang Town Center, and Fairview Terraces.
This year's Eiga Sai, the Japanese Film Festival, focuses on movies about (extended) families, a topic of high importance for Japanese and Filipino people alike.
For almost two decades now, the French Embassy, Alliance Française, and Institut Français have been bringing the best of French Cinema to Manila. It is getting passionate at this year's French Film Festival, with most of the movies centered on stories of complicated and/or unlikely relationships.
Viva Europa is the European Union's most exciting cultural kaleidoscope. Embassies and cultural institutes of EU member states are presenting European art exhibitions, films, concerts, and performances throughout the months of May and June.
The 2014 Spanish Film Festival Pelicula presents the best and brightest of contemporary Spanish cinema.
Manila is a Megacity for Cinephiles. At first glance it may seem that cinemas here only show the usual Hollywood blockbusters and a Pinoy romantic comedy every now and then. But make no mistake, the city hosts more than a dozen domestic and international film festivals every year.
Just in time for the Fifa World Cup, the Goethe Institute in Makati City is showing a series of German football films at its Wednesday Movie Nights .
Moving chairs, wind blowing in your face, additional light effects in the cinema hall, and all in 3D: the recently opened Bonifacio High Street Cinemas promise a whole new movie experience.
Some members of the Megacitizens Team are big fans of Japanese pop culture. Therefore July is our favorite month in 2013, as it has been declared Philippines-Japan Friendship Month and is filled with awesome events. Many main activities take place under the title Tomodachi (friendship) in the Shangri-La Plaza Mall.
Legend of India is one of the newer restaurants on Jupiter Street. The place serves authentic Indian cuisine including a selection of desserts in their take out counter.
The 15th Cinemanila International Film Festival is scheduled to release the film submissions from November 18 to December 22, 2013.
The acclaimed film by British director Sean Ellis is 'coming home' to the Megacity. Co-star John Arcilla showed up at one of the first screenings of "Metro Manila" in Glorietta Cinemas to watch it with friends and to talk to his fans.