Invitation to the Opening of th 4th .MOV Fest 2011



Dear Lover
of Cinema, Music, & Words,

You are cordially invited to the Opening of the 4th .MOV International Film, Music, & Literature Festival to be held in The Podium, Activity Center on September 1, Thursday, from 1:30pm to 11pm, with cocktails at 6pm.

4th .MOV International Film, Music, & Literature Festival
September 1 to 6, 2011
The Podium, Ayala Museum, Greenbelt 3 Park, & UP Film Center
www.movfest.org

We would also love to see you in all of the other .MOV events.
1. UNDER THE STORM Book Launch. Sep2 Friday, 6pm. Ayala Museum.
2. SONGS FROM THE END OF THE WORLD Album Launch. Sep3 Saturday, 6pm. Greenbelt 3 Park.
3. FILMS FOR ALEXIS & NIKA. Sep2 to 6. 1pm to 9pm. UP Film Center.
4. WORKSHOP.MOV. Sep4 Sunday. 1pm to 7pm.

All the love,
Team.MOV

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0. Opening.MOV

September 1, 2011. Thursday. 1:30pm to 11pm
The Podium, Activity Center . ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

1:30pm: SILVERSHORTS (Various Directors, Philippines. 2hrs, 5min)
3:30pm: SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR (Roy Andersson, Sweden. 1hr, 38min)

6pm: Cocktails

7pm: Opening Ceremonies

FOR ALEXIS & NIKA (Apichatpong Weerasethakul [Thailand], John Gianvito [USA], Hannah Slak [Slovenia]. 15min)
With a live score by THE BROCKAS (Roxlee, Lav Diaz, Khavn De La Cruz, John Torres, Norman Wilwayco, Roberto Nicolas, & Arvie Bartolome)

Presentation of the 10 SILVERSHORTS Finalists & 5 International Jury Members

DVD Launch of “CINEMA IS LOVE: Best Of .MOV”

NIKALEXIS.MOV (Various Directors, Philippines. 30min)
– 1 minute shortfilms dedicated to Alexis Tioseco & Nika Bohinc

9pm: Opening Film –YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER (Tan Chui Mui, Malaysia. 1hr 27min)

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1. UNDER THE STORM Book Launch:
Literature.MOV

The Book Launch of
UNDER THE STORM
An Anthology Of Contemporary Philippine Poetry

Edited by Khavn De La Cruz & Joel M. Toledo

September 2, 2011. Friday. 6pm.
Ayala Museum , Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Makati City.

Poetry performances by various personalities and literary figures

Featuring
Gemino Abad, Pete Lacaba, Ronan Capinding, Ony Carcamo, Vim Nadera, Mike Coroza, Teo Antonio, Bien Lumbera, Jose Dalisay, Benilda Santos, Rebecca Anonuevo, Marra PL Lanot, Andrea Teran, Bebang Siy, & Eliza Victoria

And the poems of Don Pagusara, Kristian Sendon Cordero, Danny Castillones Sillada, Voltaire Oyzon, Carlos M. Piocos III, Roberto T. Añonuevo, German Villanueva Gervacio, Mads Bajarias, Marjorie M. Evasco, Eric Gamalinda, Simeon Dumdum Jr., & Luisa Igloria

Live music from
RADIOACTIVE SAGO PROJECT
VIGO
ANTHONY PIGGOTT & YNO+
CORPORATE LO-FI
AXEL PINPIN & THE PROPAGANDA MACHINE

Hosted by Dakila Cutab & Sue Prado

Free Admission

UNDER THE STORM is a compilation of 150 poems from an eclectic mix of 150 Filipino poets: from the renowned and the known to the upcoming and the knowable. It surveys the landscape, explores the topography of the phenomenal, social, and lingual developments in contemporary Philippine Poetry. This is not simply a gathering of the intelligent. It is a harvesting of works by the willing and the devoted to the labor of crafting, the human turn, and the myriad possibilities of language.

Published by .MOV International Film, Music, & Literature Festival
in cooperation with The Antithesis Collective

Abad. Abad. Abad. Abola. Abueg. Acosta. Acuña. Agustin. Aldaba. Alitaptap. Alma . Almero. Fojas-Almirante. Alonte. Alvarez. Alvarez. Ancheta. Angeles. Añonuevo. Añonuevo. Antonio. Aranal. Arguelles. Aquino. Azada. Bajarias. Balota. Baquiran. Barrios. Basmayor. Borlongan. Buenviaje. Cabato. Capili. Capinding. Carcamo. Carnice. Casaje. Casocot. Castro. Chancoco. Ching. Cimatu. Co. Cordero. Coroza. Cortez. Cui. Cutab. Dalisay. Damasing. Daoana. De Guzman. dela Cruz. De La Cruz. De La Cruz. dela Cruz. De Los Santos . De Mesa. de Paula. de Ungria. De Veyra. del Prado. Despi. Diaz. Diaz. Dimzon. Dollente. Dominguez. Dumdum. Evasco. Fagela. Fernandez. Francia. Gaba. Gamalinda. Garcia. Gervacio. Go. Gubat. Gulle. Gutierrez. Igloria. Imperial. Kilates. Kimpo. Kwan. Lacaba. Katigbak-Lacuesta. Lanot. Lao. Lao. Lazaro. Losaria. Lumbera. Manzano. Marcelo. Maranan. Maranan. Montalban. Nadera. Nicolas-Na. Novicio. Os. Oyzon. Pagliawan. Pagusara. Pandan. Parfan. Pastrana. Piocos. Pinpin. Quibilan. Reyes. Rillo. Rivas. Rodriguez-Tomlinson. Rosal. Rubino. Rueda. Sabilano. Saguid. Salud. Samar . San Diego . Santos . Serquiña. Sevilla-Simon. Sillada. Siy. Sulat. Sunico. Tablazon. Taguilaso. Teodoro. Teran. Torralba. Torre. Torres. Tuvilla. Umil. Urquico. Valencia . Valles. Vega. Victoria . Villafania. Villas. Yandug. Yuson.

Book Design by Piya Constantino
Cover Art by W Don Flores

We are now accepting pre-orders, at the special price of P450. Regular price is P800; launch price is P600. You may pre-order copies via email addressed to literature@movfest.org. Pre-ordered books should be paid for via:
- Cash: you can leave your payment at Bookay-ukay Bookstore (55 Maginhawa Street, UP Teachers Village) or Sputnik Comics (Cubao Expo, General Romulo Street, Araneta Center, Cubao)
- G-Cash: details to be given upon request; note that there is a P10 Gcash fee for payments below P1,000; 1% for payments above P1,000
- Paypal: details to be given upon request

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2. FOLK U ALEXIS & NIKA 2!
Music.MOV

.MOV International Film, Music, & Literature Festival
in cooperation with Folk U! singer-songwriter shindig
presents

The album launch of
SONGS FROM THE END OF THE WORLD
Philippine Singer-Songwriters

September 3, Saturday. 6pm to 11pm.
GREENBELT 3 PARK (outside Havana )

KAT LOPEZ
ROBERTO NICOLAS
HANNAH & GABI
TAO AVES
ENRIQUE DE DIOS (of Brigada)
ALDUS SANTOS (of The Purplechickens)
FANDO & LIS
ACE CADA (of Bagetsafonik)
DAN GIL (of Chillitees)
TOI
VIN DANCEL (of Peryodiko)
ELY BUENDIA

With song adaptations of the poem “Kundiman” by Mikael De Lara Co
from UNDER THE STORM: An Anthology Of Contemporary Philippine Poetry

Hosted by Jeanie Sison
Free Admission

Also: SILVERSHORTS AWARDING
Screening of the 2011 Grand Prize Short Film

The album SONGS FROM THE END OF THE WORLD was recorded live at Route 196 on June 28, 2011.
Cover Design by Poklong Anading
Recorded by Darryl Shy
Mixed & Mastred by Arvie Bartolome
Produced by Khavn De La Cruz

Folk U poster design by Electrolychee

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3. FILMS FOR ALEXIS & NIKA

September 2 & 3: 1pm / 1:30pm / 3pm / 3:30pm
September 5 & 6: 1pm / 1:30pm / 3pm / 3:30pm / 5pm / 5:30pm / 7pm / 7:30pm

UP FILM CENTER
Cine Adarna: P100
Videotheque: P60

Introduced by Chard Bolisay, Oggs Cruz, & Dodo Dayao

September 2, Friday

1pm, Cine Adarna:
Nikalexis A
Silvershorts 1. JAN PHILIPPE V. CARPIO: Coverage
Premiere 1: HOW TO LIVE IN A GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC - Harun Farocki ( Germany , 1hr23mins)

1:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis A
Silvershorts 1. JAN PHILIPPE V. CARPIO: Coverage
SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR - Roy Andersson ( Sweden )

3pm, Cine Adarna:
Nikalexis B
Silvershorts 2. RICHMOND GARCIA: Numbalikdiwa
Premiere 2: OUR BELOVED MONTH OF AUGUST - Miguel Gomes ( Portugal )

3:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis B
Silvershorts 2. RICHMOND GARCIA: Numbalikdiwa
THE TREE OF WOODEN CLOGS – Ermanno Olmi ( Italy , 186min)

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September 3, Saturday

1pm, Cine Adarna:
Nikalexis C
Silvershorts 3. TIMMY HARN: Panty
Premiere 3: Khavn De La Cruz: PAHINGA [BREATHER]

1:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis C
Silvershorts 3. TIMMY HARN: Panty
THE MODERN LIFE - Raymond Depardon ( France , 1hr28mins)

3pm, Cine Adarna:
Nikalexis D
Silvershorts 4. CHUCK HIPOL: Man of the House
Premiere 4: DAD - Vlado Skafar ( Slovenia , 1hr11mins)

3:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis D
Silvershorts 4. CHUCK HIPOL: Man of the House
EDWIN’S SHORTS – Edwin ( Indonesia )

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Sep5, Monday

1pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis E
Silvershorts 5. JON LAZAM: Hindi Sa Atin Ang Buwan [The Moon Is Not Ours]
Premiere 5: SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR - Roy Andersson ( Sweden )

1:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis E
Silvershorts 5. JON LAZAM: Hindi Sa Atin Ang Buwan [The Moon Is Not Ours]
HOW TO LIVE IN A GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC - Harun Farocki ( Germany , 1hr23mins)

3pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis F
Silvershorts 6. JET LEYCO: Patlang [Blank]
Premiere 6: THE MODERN LIFE - Raymond Depardon ( France , 1hr28mins)

3:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis F
Silvershorts 6. JET LEYCO: Patlang [Blank]
John Torres: MAPANG-AKIT

5pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis G
Silvershorts 7. GYM LUMBERA: Dahil Sa ‘Yo [Because Of You]
Premiere 7: Jet Leyco: EX PRESS

5:30pm, Videotheque
Nikalexis G
Silvershorts 7. GYM LUMBERA: Dahil Sa ‘Yo [Because Of You]
CORRESPONDENCE - Jose Luis Guerin & Jonas Mekas ( Spain / USA , 1hr18mins)

7pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis H
Silvershorts Grand Prize
Premiere 8: Lav Diaz: BABAE NG HANGIN [WOMAN OF THE WIND]

7:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis H
Silvershorts Grand Prize
DAD - Vlado Skafar ( Slovenia , 1hr11mins)

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Sep 6, Tuesday

1pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis I
Silvershorts 8. MARK MIRABUENOS: Gupit [Cut]
Premiere 9: THE TREE OF WOODEN CLOGS – Ermanno Olmi ( Italy , 186min)

1:30pm, Videotheque:
Nikalexis I
Silvershorts 8. MARK MIRABUENOS: Gupit [Cut]
Jet Leyco: EX PRESS

3pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis J
Silvershorts 9. LITO TABAY: Undo
Premiere 10: EDWIN’S SHORTS – Edwin ( Indonesia )

3:30pm, Videotheque
Nikalexis J
Silvershorts 9. LITO TABAY: Undo
Lav Diaz: BABAE NG HANGIN [WOMAN OF THE WIND]

5pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis K
Silvershorts 10. ALVIN YAPAN: Panibugho [Jealousy]
Premiere 11: CORRESPONDENCE - Jose Luis Guerin & Jonas Mekas ( Spain / USA , 1hr 18mins)

5:30pm, Videotheque
Nikalexis K
Silvershorts 10. ALVIN YAPAN: Panibugho [Jealousy]
Khavn De La Cruz: PAHINGA [BREATHER]

7pm, Cine Adarna
Nikalexis L
Silvershorts Grand Prize
Premiere 12: Closing Film: John Torres: MAPANG-AKIT

7:30pm, Videotheque
Nikalexis L
Silvershorts Grand Prize
OUR BELOVED MONTH OF AUGUST - Miguel Gomes (Portugal)

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4. WORKSHOP.MOV

September 4, Sunday.
1pm to 7pm.

Film Lectures and Presentations by
CHRIS FUJIWARA (Japan)
CHARD BOLISAY (Philippines)
VANJA KALUDJERCIC (Croatia)
OGGS CRUZ (Philippines)
JOEL SHEPARD (USA)
DODO DAYAO (Philippines)

Free Admission

Venue: TBA

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PHILIPPINE NEW WAVE: Cinema & Criticism
With Chard Bolisay, Oggs Cruz, & Dodo Dayao

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"EXPLICIT AND ILLICIT: Short Films on the Edge"
Introduced by Joel Shepard; Film/Video Curator, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
This diverse shorts program features filmmakers who creatively use
explicit sexual subject matter. Sexy, weird, funny, disturbing, and
even confrontational, the films will both challenge and change you.
For mature audiences only. (90 minutes)

JOEL SHEPARD joined Yerba Buena Center for the Arts as Film/Video
Curator in 1997, after having served as Associate Director for the San
Francisco Cinematheque since 1994. Prior to that, Shepard was
Assistant Director of the Minnesota Film Society in  Minneapolis , and
Film/Video Curator at Film in the Cities in  St. Paul . He regularly
attends the  Berlin ,  Pusan  and  Rotterdam  film festivals. Shepard is a
graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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CHRIS FUJIWARA is a writer, film critic, journalist, editor, and translator. His latest book, Jerry Lewis, published by the  University  of  Illinois Press , has been called "essential reading" (Richard Brody, The New Yorker) and "excellent" (Dave Kehr, The New York Times). Jonathan Rosenbaum (Cineaste) calls it "the first extended critical treatment of Lewis in English that Lewis deserves — including a thoughtful, sympathetic, and lucid (yet in no way sycophantic) thirty-two page interview that is conceivably the best one anyone has ever had with him." According to Edward Crouse (Cinema Scope), "Fujiwara’s frame is a glassbottomed boat where one views how J[erry] L[ewis]’s shifting identities and elongated gags mutated screen comedy."

Fujiwara's previous book, The World and Its Double: The Life and Work of Otto Preminger (Faber & Faber), was named one of the Financial Times' Books of the Year (2009). Fujiwara is also the author of Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall (Johns Hopkins University Press; foreword by Martin Scorsese), and the general editor of the anthology Defining Moments in Movies - known in some parts of the world as Movies (Little Black Book) (Cassell Illustrated).

Fujiwara is the editor of Undercurrent, which was named one of the top film-criticism sites by Film Comment. A former contributing editor of Hermenaut, Fujiwara has also written for Film Comment, Film Quarterly, Cineaste, Sight & Sound, InterCommunication, Osian's Cinemaya, CinémAction, The Asahi Shimbun, The Boston Phoenix, The Boston Globe, The Village Voice, The Chicago Reader, Film International, Moving Image Source, Senses of Cinema, and many other publications.

He has contributed to numerous anthologies, including cem mil cigarros: Os Filmes de Pedro Costa (Orfeu Negro), Taking Things Seriously (Princeton Architectural Press), Sleaze Artists: Cinema at the Margins of Taste, Style, and Politics (Duke University Press), Sergei Paradjanov (Magic Cinema), The 1,001 Films You Must See Before You Die (Quintet Publishing/Barron's), Ozu 2003 (Asahi Shimbun Press), The B List: The National Society of Film Critics on the Low-Budget Beauties, Genre-Bending Mavericks, and Cult Classics We Love (Da Capo Press), The X List: The National Society of Film Critics' Guide to the Movies that Turn Us On (Da Capo Press), The Film Comedy Reader (Limelight Editions), and The Science Fiction Reader (Limelight Editions). He edited the catalog for the Peter Watkins retrospective at the 2007 Jeonju International Film Festival.

Fujiwara has taught and lectured on film at Tokyo University, Temple University Japan, Yale University, Emerson College, Rhode Island School of Design, and the Athénée Français Cultural Center (Tokyo), and has participated in panel discussions and symposia on film aesthetics and criticism around the world. He has served on juries at numerous international film festivals. Fujiwara is a member of FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique), the National Society of Film Critics (USA), and the Boston Society of Film Critics.

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VANJA KALUDJERCIC was born in  Pula ,  Croatia . She studied Comparative Literature and Cultural Sociology at  University of Ljubljana ,  Slovenia . She lives and works in  Paris ,  France .

Vanja has worked at Radio Student Ljubljana, Motovun Film Festival in  Croatia  and for several years has worked on different projects at Slovenian Cinematheque and art-house cinema Kinodvor,  Ljubljana . In 2004, in collaboration with colleagues from the Cinematheque, she was organizing Isola Cinema - a film festival dedicated to African, Asian, Latin American and Eastern European cinema.

For a couple of years Vanja ran and programmed the Human Rights Film Festival in  Zagreb ,  Croatia . From 2006 until 2008 she managed ZagrebDox Pro – a workshop and pitching forum developed for regional professionals at the International Documentary Festival of Zagreb. She also worked at Hulahop Film and Art production company, mainly in charge of production management of World Festival of Animated Films – Animafest Zagreb.

In 2009, Vanja took a Script Development & Editing Lab – Creative Collaboration – a yearlong workshop initiated by the Sarajevo Film Festivals CineLink partnered with a  London  based script development company The Script Factory and the British Council.

Untill recently Vanja was working in  Paris  at Coproduction Office where she is in charge of acquisitions for features films. Today she is programming New Current Short film section at Sarajevo Film Festival and runs its platform for short film promotion - Minimarket.

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4th .MOV International Film, Music, & Literature Festival
September 1 to 6, 2011
The Podium, Ayala Museum, Greenbelt 3 Park, & UP Film Center
www.movfest.org

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