John Torres: A film retrospective


One of the most poetic filmmakers in Philippine underground cinema - John Torres screens a 2-day retrospective at Benilde Cinema, School of Design & Arts, Manila on August 6&7 1-6pm.

A conversation with filmmaker John Torres and Arist/Curator Merv Espina follows on August 7 at 5pm.

The screenings for August 6 and 7 are free and there are limited seats available.

***** Film Screening Day 1 *****
6 August Thursday
Benilde SDA Cinema

13.00 Short Films Program
Tawidgutom (2004)
Salat (2004)
Hai, They Recycle Heartbreaks in Tokyo So Nothing’s Wasted (2009)
Very Specific Things At Night (2009)
We Don’t Care For Democracy, This Is What We Want: Love And Hope And Its Many Faces (2010)
Silent Film (2011)
Muse (2011)
Mapang-Akit (2011)
15.00 Todo Todo Teros (2008)
17.00 Years When I Was A Child Outside (2008)

***** Film Screening Day 2 *****
7 August Friday
Benilde SDA Cinema

13.00 Refrains Happen Like A Revolution In A Song (2011)
15.00 Lukas The Strange (2013)
17-18.00 Talk/Conversation with John Torres and Merv Espina.

The film screening is an annex program of Curating-In-Depth, a program co-presented by Planting Rice with the generous support of La Salle - St. Benilde and Asia-Europe Foundation from August 3-7 at Benilde, SDA.

Event Timeline
Aug 6 - Aug 7, 2015
[ Thu ] - [ Fri ]
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM PHT
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Cinema, School of Design and Arts, De La Salle College of Saint Benilde, 2554 Taft Avenue
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De La Salle College of Saint Benilde, 2554 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila Philippines
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