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.

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


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!

Love, now and always,


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