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Katorse Shorts

For too long, short films have remained the forgotten art form; a consistently underrated medium that has never been given the exposure it demands. Even with the emerging popularity of independent films in the Philippines, short films are still seen as “front acts” for full-length features or “sidebars” at local film festivals.

The Katorse Writers’ Group, a group of young writer-filmmakers who were part of Ricky Lee’s 14th Scriptwriting Workshop, addresses this problem by coming up with a full program of short films to be screened at Robinson’s Galleria Indie Sine.

On June 11-17, KATORSE SHORTS will showcase 7 short films with themes ranging from the romantic to the absurd to the tragic – a program that is meant to bring to the consciousness of Filipino audiences the short film as a form that can hold its own.

Katorseshorts line-up:

Ang Kapalaran ni Virgin Mario by Ogi Sugatan
Ambulancia by Richard Legaspi
Manyika by John Wong
Puwang by Anna Isabelle Matutina
Dead Letter by Grace Orbon
Lababo by Seymour Barros-Sanchez
Walong Linggo by Anna Isabelle Matutina

Watch the trailer:

For more information, please visit Sunshine’s blog.

This is a duplicate of this post. Spread the word. Support independent cinema. 🙂

 

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  1. anna isabelle
    June 13, 2008 at 1:37 am

    Hey, Hazel! Thanks for the re-post and the support! Hope you’re not too cooped up in editing so you can catch the films too! 🙂

  2. June 13, 2008 at 1:39 am

    no problem shine. 🙂 scheduled to watch on Monday. Sana matuloy hehe

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