Saturday, 26 July 2014

Cinemalaya 2014 New Breed Full Length Feature Official Entries


“#Y” (“Hashtag Y”) chronicles the adventures of the members of a generation made universal by the realms of social media, the internet, sex, drugs and alcohol, and the occasional YOLO.

Starring: Elmo Magalona, Coleen Garcia, Sophie Albert, Kit Thompson, Slater Young, Chynna Ortaleza

Written by:  Jeff Stelton

Directed by:  Gino Santos


Unlike the former Philippine First Lady, Imelda is indifferent towards shoes. To her, they are fraught with the bittersweet nostalgia of childhood, one that was marred by a difficult relationship with her shoe-maker father, Romeo. Growing up, all of hers were handmade by him. Now a mature woman, she takes a pivotal call from the morgue, spurring her search for the perfect pair of shoes for her dead father. The deeper she searches for the perfect shoes, the more she finds herself.

 Starring:  Mylene Dizon, Ricky Davao, Barbie Forteza, Bing Pimentel, Che Ramos, Dennis Padilla  

Written by:  Jerrold Tarog

Directed by: Milo Sogueco


Divina is preparing for her daughter Rowena’s 13th birthday when she hears shocking news: her daughter has been attacked by a crocodile, her body still missing. As Divina searches for the body of her daughter in the marshlands of Agusan del Sur, she learns a lesson more tragic than her fate: not all predators are underwater. The film is based on actual events.

Starring: Angeli Bayani, RS Francisco, Karl Medina, Jolina Espana

Written and Directed by: Francis Xavier Pasion


When Kana, a young T'boli woman, becomes a dreamweaver, she has the chance to weave together her village's warring clans. But, will she give up true love to do so?

Starring: Mara Lopez, RK Bagatsing, Erlinda Viallalobos, Alex Medina, Bembol Roco and Nonie Buencamino

Written and Directed By: Ida Anita del Mundo



Separados is a mostly bittersweet, partly comic, partly tragic saga of six men who have separated from their wives. Based on true stories, their parallel and overlapping tales are framed by a church wedding to a second wife by one of them, who grabs another chance at matrimonial bliss.

Starring: Victor Neri, Ricky Davao, Jason Abalos, Anjo Yllana, Erik Santos, and Alfred Vargas 

Also Starring: Diana Zubiri , Patricia Javier, Angel Jacob, Melissa Mendez , Althea Vega, Sharmaine Arnaiz ,Iwa Moto, Sue Prado, Katrina Halili , Jace Flores, Menggie Cobarrubias, Cris Pastor, K-La Rivera, Rhea Lim and Joel Lamangan

Introducing: Ritz Azul

 Story by: GB Sampedro and Enrique Ramos
 Screenplay By:  Enrique Ramos

Directed By: GB Sampedro


Children’s Show is a full-length film based on a real life story of children ages 10-15 years old being used by a syndicate for an underground wrestling match.

Starring: Allen Dizon, Gloria Sevilla, Jacob Clayton, Nathan Lopez, Divine Aucina, with Suzette Ranillo
Screenplay By: Ralston Jover

Directed By: Roderick Cabrido


In the film, Nova portrays Cory, a retired woman who goes on a date with her first love named Third (Freddie). The two were separated for four decades but their feelings for each other are re-ignited when their paths cross again.

Starring: Nova Villa, Freddie Webb, Dante Rivero, Ruby Ruiz, Ken Chan, Denise Barbacena, Coleen Borgonia, RJ Agustin, Lara Morena

Written and Directed By: Real Florido


A policewoman roams the city of Manila to fulfill her duties as a police patrol and to look for her lost son.

Starring: Ai-ai Delas Alas

Also starring: Perla Bautista, Bernardo Bernardo, Menggie Cobarrubias, Carlo Aquino, Carlos Morales, Cogie Domingo, Moi Bien, DM Sevilla, and Julian Trono

Screenwriters: Adolfo Alix, Jr., Jerome Zamora, Nick Olanka

Directed By: Nick Olanka


Set during the Japanese Occupation, four friends (Nitoy, Benny, Carding, and Badong) aspire nothing more than to become soldiers fighting the Japanese... until they are confronted by the realities of war that threaten to destroy their families and their friendship.

Starring: Nathaniel Brit, Isaac Cain Aguirre, Elijah Canlas, Akira Morishita, Marc Abaya, Ian de Leon, Enzo Pineda, Paolo O’Hara, Che Ramos-Cosio, Angelo Martinez, Dante Balaois, Diana Alferez
and Peewee O’Hara 
With the Special Participation of Art Acuña

Screenplay by: Jerry O’Hara

Directed By: Janice O'Hara


While the marriage of two professors is on the verge of falling apart, the woman is dragged into a scandal involving a young student. On the other hand, the man falls in love with his research -- a deity (supernatural being) that appears to him as the ghost of an old flame.

Starring: Eula Valdes, Nonie Buencamino, Martin Del Rosario 

Also Starring: Sandino Martin, Max Eigenmann, Ronnie Lazaro, Frances Makil Ignacio, Rolando Inocencio 


Written and Directed by: Giancarlo Abrahan


Cinemalaya 2014 will be held on August 1-10 2014 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Ayala Cinemas: Trinoma, Greenbelt 3, Alabang Town Center and Fairview Terraces.

Written and directed by: Giancarlo Abrahan

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