Sunday, April 15, 2018

Cinema Centenario

What I'm Listening To: Tagu-Taguan by Moira Dela Torre
Currently Feeling: Estatic
Disclaimer: If you are into Indie theater, read on.


Summary: Private, intimate, we are breathing the same AIR literally. Watchout for the CCTV. Bawal ang "The MOVES"




Been thinking of watching Meet Me in St. Gallen but because of busy sched, hindi na talaga umabot sa regular screening. I asked friends from the Indie scene kung saan pa merron and luckily, it's still showing at Cinema Centenario.

Meet Me in St. Gallen? Wag na muna natin pag-usapan yung movie. To summarize, maganda. Madaming hugot. Madaming silence. Pero nagulat ako, hindi nako naiyak. Hindi nako na-apektuhan. Siguro ganun talaga pag mas malaki yung pain na dala mo. Wala ka na maramdaman.



ABOUT CINEMA CENTENARIO
Cinema Centenario is the home of the best Filipino-made films located at Maginhawa Street, the food and art hub of Quezon City. Seating Capacity: 65PAX Sound: 5.1 surround system Projector output: HD, 2D, 3D, 1080p, 4Ke

THE STORY:

We celebrate a century of the Filipino vision.

We contribute to the positive shaping of Philippine Cinema by being the home of quality Filipino-made films.

We are committed not only to showcase the best Filipino-made works in all forms, genres and themes, but also to take part in raising the best filmmakers by being a venue for film education - Cinema Centenario is also a space for lectures, workshops, and various activities promoting the development of Philippine Cinema.

We are committed to become an inclusive space for everybody who loves and in love with the arts - the experts, the novices, the fans and the critics. Cinema Centenario is a place to socialize and interact, create connections and appreciate cinema with friends, family and colleagues.

Welcome home to Cinema Centenario!

WHAT'S SHOWING THIS WEEK?


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Love, now and always,


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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Instant Prints 101



What I'm Listening To: Hall of Fame - The Script ft. will.i.am
Currently Feeling: 😴 Dreamy
Disclaimer: A little expensive but worth for your scrapbooking

Summary: Quick history of instant Cameras 






Dr. Edwin H. Land conceived the idea of an instant camera in 1943 when his 3-year-old daughter asked why a camera could not instantly produce picture and view it right after it was taken. 

Ahead of its time--the idea of having a camera that would produce photos as soon as its shutters click may seem a crazy idea then. But with years of research and prototypes, the first Polaroid camera was born in 1948. Eventually, Dr. Land's Polaroid products gained wide acceptance all over the world. 

Polaroid Model 95, the company's first instant camera introduced in 1948
After the invention of Polaroid, other different instant cameras where soon developed. Cameras from Keystone, Konica and Minolta used the same Polaroid compatible films. Kodak, on the other hand, created a film that was chemically similar to Polaroid but the "exception that the negative was exposed from the rear and the dye/developers diffused to the front of the photograph. This alleviated the need for a mirror to reverse the image before it struck the negative."

Kodaks attempt for creating an instant camera didn't last long as Polaroid brought a patent-infringement lawsuit against them.  Eventually, Kodak was forced to stop manufacture of both the camera and film.



Later on, Fujifilm, produced several lines of instant films starting early 1980's. This was made possible through an agreement with Polaroid that Fujifilm can only distribute in certain territories until the original Polaroid patents expire in mid 1990s. 

In the late 1990s Fujifilm introduced a new series of cameras using a new film called instax and it was made available in markets outside the US.

OTHER NOTABLE instax HISTORY:
2008 - instax system was the only integral instant film system in production
2014 - instax Mini 8 was outselling flagship models
2016 - sales of instax cameras has risen to 5 million units than the previous years. 

WANT SOME instax REAL LIFE ACTION? Visit instax & Crafts exhibit at The Food Circuit, The Block in SM City North EDSA from January 19 - 21. 


Check out awesome instax deals and freebies:


Drop by the photo booth, have fun taking your photo, and decorate your free instax photo at the crafting area. 




















Love, now and always,


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Friday, January 12, 2018

Welcome to My Blog

What I'm Listening To: Mariah Carey - Obsessed 
Currently Feeling: Inspired😊
Disclaimer: Mandatory Welcome Speech.

Summary: My Same Old Brand New Blog 



Hey there! Welcome to my blog. I just want to share that I purposely deleted my old blog... just because I CAN. (OMG! WTF! BBQ!)

Kidding. 

I guess at 30, I realized that there's too much going on on my old blog. Too much pleasing. Too much drama. Too much "trying to be someone else". When in fact, it's MY BLOG.

So now, I'm not only changing its look and feel but I will also be sharing stories from my own journey... at 30, single by choice, I have lots to share.

I hope every time you visit here and read a paragraph or two, you will feel touched, inspired and give you more reason to look forward to life. 

Life is not so short anyway. Time is.


PS: I will be posting corporate stuff from my writing gigs but it's nothing commercial. #hushhush






Love, now and always,


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