MANILA, Philippines — The annual Worldwide Silent Movie Pageant Manila (ISFFM) might be returning to in-person screenings for its sixteenth version after conducting actions for 2 years on-line.
A number of diplomatic entities will be part of forces with the Movie Improvement Council of the Philippines for the sixteenth ISFFM to be held from November 24 to 27, 2022, on the Crimson Carpet in Shangri-La Mall.
Screenings in the course of the competition will all include silent movies, with stay scores to be carried out by chosen Filipino bands and musicians.
Kicking off the competition would be the British 1929 movie “Piccadilly,” as offered by the British Council within the Philippines with stay scoring by Anahata in collaboration with Sensoria.
The second day may have a public webinar spotlighting the movies to be screened because the collaborating organizations share their processes of restoration, curation, and the persevering with affect of the movies in every nation’s cinematic historical past.
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Screening on the second day are the long-lasting German 1922 vampire movie “Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror” scored by The Brockas and the 1919 French traditional “La sultane de l’ amour (The Sultan of Love – A Thousand and One Nuits)” scored by by Bras Pas Pas Pas.
Day three will see a spherical desk dialogue led by musicians sharing their experience, suggestions, and experiences in scoring, adopted by screenings of Spain’s 1926 movie “Malvaloca” scored by Talahib Folks’s Music and Japanese 1931 movie “The Woman and the Beard” scored by Bullet Dumas.
The fourth and closing day of the competition may have a roundtable dialogue this time on the challenges in restoring Philippine movies led by native movie archivists, then the screening of screening of three of one of the best brief silent movies from the 2021 Mit Out Sound (MOS).
These brief movies are “Ing Tianak,” “Alingasngas ng mga Kuliglig” and “Dikit,” all three to be scored by the BConcept and Vincent Del Rosario.
“Alingasngas ng mga Kuliglig” was the 2021 MOS Greatest Movie, whereas “Dikit” gained the Particular Jury Prize and its filmmaker Gabriela Serrano was honored as Greatest Director on the 2022 Cinemalaya Philippine Impartial Movie Pageant.
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