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39th Metro Manila Film Festival – 8 Official Entries Revealed

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) revealed the 8 official entries to the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) on Tuesday, June 18. Check it out!

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MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino revealed what he would like to call the “Big 8” or the official entries to this year’s MMFF (in alphabetical order):

1. 10,000 Hours
Genre: Action
Producer: Phil Film Studio
Starring: Robin Padilla and Alden Richards

2. Be Careful With My Heart
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Producer: Star Cinema
Starring: Richard Yap and Jodi Sta. Maria

3. Boy, Girl, Bakla, Tomboy
Genre: Comedy
Producers: Viva Films and Star Cinema
Starring: Vice Ganda and Maricel Soriano

4. Kimmy Dora: Quantum of Kyeme
Genre: Comedy
Producer: Spring Films
Starring: Piolo Pascual and Eugene Domingo

5. My Super Kap
Genre: Action-Comedy
Producer: Imus Productions
Starring: Bong Revilla, Ogie Alcasid, and Toni Gonzaga

6. Pagpag
Genre: Horror
Producers: Star Cinema/Skylight Films/Regal Films
Starring: Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo

7. San Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir
Genre: Drama
Producer: Hubo Productions
Starring: JM de Guzman, Christian Vasquez

8. Torky And My Little Bossing
Genre: Comedy
Producers: OctoArts/MZET/APT/Kris Aquino Production
Starring: Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Ryzza Mae Dizon and Bimby Yap

The films that failed to make it to the line-up are:

1. Kaleidoscope World (Melcor Enterprises)
Starring Sef Cadayona and Yassi Pressman

2. Ibong Adarna (Gurion Entertainment)
Starring Rocco Nacino, Joel Torre, Angel Aquino, Leo Martinez, Ronnie Lazaro

3. Sa Ngalan Ng Ama, Ina at Mga Anak ( Kuratong Baleleng )
Starring Robin Padilla, Daniel Padilla, and Mariel Rodriguez

4. Hope In A Bottle (Quantum)
Starring Ruffa Gutierrez, Maja Salvador, Angeline Quinto

5. Everybody Loves (Gung Ho Films Manila)
Starring Jake Cuenca, Jericho Rosales, Megan Young, and Maja Salvador

6. Boy Golden (Scenema Concept Intl.)
Starring Jeorge Estregan Jr. and KC Concepcion

7. Kulay Abo Ang Langit (Hubo Productions)
Starring Carla Abellana, Diether Ocampo, Cherie Gil and Matteo Guidicelli

8 Comments on 39th Metro Manila Film Festival – 8 Official Entries Revealed

  1. Why star cinema movie is always top grosser millions Kung Kumita pero ang gma flop! So I think, proof Ito na no 1 talaga ang kapamilya Kase ang viewer NG movie is the viewer of tfc am I got the point?

  2. walang kwenta nga. masyadong halata pera lang ang habol. hala mga pinoy support pa sa mga ganyang entries hindi na ako magugulat kung hindi uusad ang pinoy movies.

  3. inggit ka lang kasi alang pumasok na gmew panu ba naman nilalangaw pag gawang gmew..haha pag star cinema for sure block buster..fact!

  4. I wonder what would be Jeorge Estregan Jr.’s reaction after failing to join this year… He’s been making award-winning films in the past, though not that sell-able to the viewing public.

  5. chakamilya // June 19, 2013 at 11:55 am //

    nagtaka pb eh yang mmda chairman maka star cinema at chakamilya…
    im sure ibibigay lahat ng awards nian sa star cinema…
    hnd na nga sumali ang regal films kc alam na ni mother..ang mangyayari…

  6. Parang walang maganda. Parang interesting yung kulay abo ang langit…

  7. oi milamic lataula, mgkano b binayad ng abs s iyo kung mgkomento k s gma wagas… feeling mo lahat ng show nila top rating… tingin tingin k s sarili mo…

  8. walang kakwenta kwentang entries.. Pera lang habol. Nakakabobo.

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