FESTIVAL SCHEDULE DAY 2 NOV 7, 2023 TUESDAY
Two sensitively-filmed documentaries start the second day of BAKUNAWA FEST X and will move on to the first shorts program of the festival: "Fate Speaks Live Memories Depend on Nature" - a collection of shorts tackling love, remembrance, nature and mysticism. The two full-length features premiering today come from two talented filmmakers from Southeast Asia': Marcus Manh Cuong Vu of Vietnam whose film Memento Mori Dat (Memento Mori Earth) is a beautifull shot meditative piece that will surely be of interest to cineastes; and, James Lee of Singapore, directing the Malaysian horror film 'Rasuk' produced by Keoh Chee Ang and Laili Noordin. And here's some good news: 'Rasuk' will be screened free of charge so come one, come all for the festival screening and Philippine Premiere of this horror flick! And end your Tuesday night with a light comedy, fantasy, sci-fi starring Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway.
◄1PM I UP VIDEOTHEQUE
4PM I UP VIDEOTHEQUE►
SHORTS PROGRAM : FATE SPEAKS LIKE MEMORIES DEPEND ON NATURE
If I Could Give You the Moon (20min)
Sa Piling Mo (12.32min)
Blue Poetry (18.29)