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Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo's blockbuster film "Hello, Love, Goodbye" is re-screening in Vietnam this September.
LOOK: NETFLIX is bringing five Filipino films on the popular movie platform this September 2020.
The Philippines' "Babae at Baril" starring Janine Gutierrez will be the opening film for the 2020 New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) - a double milestone for the multi-awarded film since it is also its North American premiere.
It starts today - the first digital Cinemalaya is showcasing 10 Filipino short films on the film festival's new online channel.
Philippine cinema's Nora Aunor will have her multi-awarded film "Tuos" streaming soon on Netflix.
The Philippines' first drive-in movie theater will begin screening with the much-awaited South Korean film "Train 2 Busan: Peninsula" on Friday, July 31 - allowing film enthusiasts to again watch films on the big screen.
Three Filipino film projects are being presented at the 2020 Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland scheduled this August.
Five more Filipino films will be added to the list of available Pinoy movies on Netflix, set to premiere in June 2020.
Cinemalaya is set to hold its first Online Short Film Festival and Competition amidst the lockdown that closed down cinemas and other entertainment venues to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
The award-winning Filipino film "Sunday Beauty Queen" will be streaming on YouTube for Filipinos under lockdown.
Actor Mon Confiado, who was in the blockbuster TV series "Ang Probinsyano", is set to star in two international films, the Korean Action-Adventure Film "The Golden Holiday" and Japanese film “DITO” 此処 (Koko).
Netflix is definitely one of our best home buddies during the ongoing month-long quarantine on Luzon or even on more "normal" days whenever or wherever we feel like watching movies and television series.