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Jun 12, 2010
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It’s Independence Day weekend, so let’s head out, get living, and express our independence with a beer in hand![firstpara]

15th French Film Festival

The 15th French Film Festival continues at Shangri-la Cineplex 4 this weekend, with the following movies:

June 11, Friday
12 p.m. - The Girl on the Train
3 p.m. - Summer Hours
6 p.m. - Good Marriage
9 p.m. - Secret of the Grain
June 12, Saturday
12 p.m. - Just Anybody
3 p.m. - Claire’s Knee
6 p.m. - 22 Bullets
9 p.m. - Lola
June 13, Sunday
12 p.m. - Summer Hours
3 p.m. - 22 Bullets
6 p.m. - God’s Offices
9 p.m. - Secret of the Grain

Admission is free. For synopses of the said films, click here.
 

Futbol: Football Film Cycle at Instituto Cervantes

As the world prepares for the World Cup, Instituto Cervantes serves up the 2nd film in their Futbol: Football Film Cycle series, which started last week.

This week’s film is Días de fútbol (Soccer Days), which will be shown on June 12, Saturday at Salon de Actos, Instituto Cervantes, located at 855 T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila. The film is a David Serrano comedy about a group of unsuccessful men who found comfort in the world’s game, soccer.

Admission to all the screenings is free on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call 526-1482.

 

Siren’s Hall at Mo_
Over at Mo_space located at 3/F Mos Design, B2 Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, an exhibit called Siren’s Hall is currently on display. The exhibit actually started last June 5 and will run until July 11. So what is it exactly?

According to its producers, Siren’s Hall is “a way to tie up music and art together not as cover art to a band’s album but as separate projects that talk about music in a visual way.” Imagine it as the intersection of two arts—music and the visual arts—to convey an expression usually reserved for the other medium. That is, visual paintings expressing music, and vice versa.

Participating artists include Raena Abella, Allan Jay Balisi, Tim Brown, Nice Buenaventura, Lyle Buencamino, Mariano Ching, Lena Cobangbang, Louie Cordero, Lourd De Veyra, Erick Encinares, Dexter Fernandez, Dina Gadia, Eugene Jarque, Hitoshi Kanamura, Sam Kiyoumarsi, Romeo Lee, Pow Martinez, Kat Medina, Marcus Nada, Gary-Ross Pastrana, Mark Ramsel Salvatus III, Bru Sim, Gani Simpliciano, Masi Solano, Enteng Viray, MM Yu, Manuel Alvero, Videoke Partylist Collective, Radioactive Sago Project, Sleepyheads, and Vic Balanon.

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Mo_space is open daily, 11AM to 8PM


WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES

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