CineMaralita: First Film Festival About the Philippine Urban Poor

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CineMaralita is a 3-day Film Festival featuring short and full-length films and documentaries that highlight the lives and struggles of the Philippine urban poor.

Showcasing works of different video groups and filmmakers, Cinemaralita will also be a venue of exchanges and convergence between audiences, artists, and urban poor organizations as discussions will be conducted at every screening.

Seeking to raise awareness of the general public on the situation of the urban poor, CineMaralita will be held in various schools in Metro Manila, in cooperation with academic institutions and organizations.

The event is also an income-generating project aiming to initiate and sustain community actions and projects to work for better socio-economic and cultural welfare of urban poor communities.

It will run from September until December 2012.

The first leg of the festival is set on September 27, 28, and 29, from 1-8 pm, at the University of the Philippines Diliman College of Mass Communications Auditorium, Plaridel Hall.

It will run until the Human Rights’ month as well as the celebration of the Urban Poor Week on December 2012.

Ticket Prices:
1. Regular Screening - P50
2. Evening Screening - P80
3. Patron Tickets - P500 (Good for 1 day) & P1,000 (Good for the 3-day Film Festival)

For more details, inquiries, or ticket sales, please email us at or text us at 0918.315.3296.

Please visit CineMaralita's blog for the complete list of films as well as the film festival's schedule and updates:

visit the event page in Facebook here

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