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Blackworms
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; produced by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Donna Miranda, fl. 2001-2009 (Philippines: Privately Published), 5 mins
A young woman faced with the crimes of her past suffers punishment of a Dantean nature. But what was her crime? And why does the saying 'After everything, nothing' resonate through her life?
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; produced by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Donna Miranda, fl. 2001-2009 (Philippines: Privately Published), 5 mins
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The Family That Eats Soil
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Elizabeth Marin, fl. 2005, Hamid Eton, fl. 1998 and Carlo Catap, fl. 2005 (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 15 mins
The Family That Eats Soil seeks to paint a dystopian portrait, a phantasmagoric reversal of Filipino values. It is an allegory for a people still walking and breathing under an unending nightmare.
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Elizabeth Marin, fl. 2005, Hamid Eton, fl. 1998 and Carlo Catap, fl. 2005 (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 15 mins
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Kadin
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directed by Adolfo Borinaga Alix; performed by Florencia Cardona, fl. 2007, Monica Joy Camarillas, fl. 2007 and Rico Mark Cardona, fl. 2007 (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 28 mins
Peping and Lita, two young siblings, spend the day looking for Gima, the family goat who has gone missing. They manage to hide the truth from their grandmother, but will have to find Gima before their father returns on the next day. Peping had promised his father to take good care of Gima and gets increasingly d...
directed by Adolfo Borinaga Alix; performed by Florencia Cardona, fl. 2007, Monica Joy Camarillas, fl. 2007 and Rico Mark Cardona, fl. 2007 (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 28 mins
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Little Brown Comedies
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Lav Diaz, 1958- and Banaue Miclat, 1979- (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 13 mins
A collection of short films by the enfant terrible of Philippine cinema, including 'Amen, a brown comedy' -- a satire on the traditional Filipino custom of having younger people raise the hands of their elders, to their own foreheads, as a greeting and also as a superficial mark of respect; 'Ultimo: Different wa...
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Lav Diaz, 1958- and Banaue Miclat, 1979- (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 13 mins
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The Middle Mystery of Kristo Negro
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Mary Tamayo, fl. 2009-2009, Kat Sandoval, fl. 2009-2009 and Macoy Duran, fl. 2001-2010 (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 10 mins
The dark man crosses the purgatorial blight bearing his cargoes of sin, his blasted pilgrimage like some fever dream passion play, a primordial hallucination soaked in doom and grime.
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Mary Tamayo, fl. 2009-2009, Kat Sandoval, fl. 2009-2009 and Macoy Duran, fl. 2001-2010 (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 10 mins
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Misericordia
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Dante Perez (Privately Published, 2013), 1 hour 11 mins
Anyone lulled by Khavn's strikingly accessible Mondomanila is in for a shock. The Filipino film beast punishes his audience here again, just like old times. The form is powerful and avant-gardist and the subject is self-chastising. Incessantly. Khavn’s red period. This travel-shockumentary-vampire fiction could...
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973-; performed by Dante Perez (Privately Published, 2013), 1 hour 11 mins
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Revolutions Happen Like Refrains in a Song
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directed by Nick Deocampo, 1959- (Philippines: Privately Published), 50 mins
The third part of Nick Deocampo's award-winning trilogy of short Super-8 films about life in the eighties under dictator Ferdinand Marcos is, as Deocampo says, "an exercise in low-budget film making. I only had ten rolls of Super-8 film, three minutes each, and went out into the streets to document the revolution...
directed by Nick Deocampo, 1959- (Philippines: Privately Published), 50 mins
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Sampaguita, National Flower
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directed by Francis Xavier Pasion, fl. 1999-2013; produced by Chuck Gutierrez, 1981-, Joji Alonso, fl. 2004-2013 and Francis Xavier Pasion, fl. 1999-2013; performed by Reynalyn Bunag, fl. 2010, Maya Bernardo, fl. 2010-2012 and Marlon Abalos, fl. 2010 (Philippines: Francis Xavier Pasion, 2010), 1 hour 17 mins
This drama, directed by Francis Xavier Pasion, is about the lives of children in the Philippines as symbolized by sampaguita, the national flower.
directed by Francis Xavier Pasion, fl. 1999-2013; produced by Chuck Gutierrez, 1981-, Joji Alonso, fl. 2004-2013 and Francis Xavier Pasion, fl. 1999-2013; performed by Reynalyn Bunag, fl. 2010, Maya Bernardo, fl. 2010-2012 and Marlon Abalos, fl. 2010 (Philippines: Francis Xavier Pasion, 2010), 1 hour 17 mins
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Squatter Punk
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973- (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 19 mins
Set in the slums of Manila where law enforcement is rare, Squatterpunk chronicles the punk lifestyles of the youth as they scavenge the garbage beach for a living while still managing to play around. A film that casts a tenderly poetic eye at the squalor of Manila.
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973- (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 19 mins
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This Is Not A Short Film
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directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973- (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 38 mins
This Is Not A Short Film is a potpourri of seven short digital films by prolific Filipino director Khavn De La Cruz. Tin Can and Slippers, winner of the Special Mention Award Spazio Immagini at the 2005 Morbegno Film Festival in Italy, an ode to Piling, a young virtuoso of street soccer, has a surprise ending....
directed by Khavn De La Cruz, 1973- (Philippines: Privately Published), 1 hour 38 mins
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