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Flooding in the Philippines has caused major damage, with over a hundred people dead and hundreds of thousands more homeless and displaced.
The Children’s Relief Fund will need all the help that it can get to rebuild and continue it’s mission of helping children in need.
Please donate today to help this important cause.
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We are delighted to announce that The Cemetery People and Children Of Manila are official selections of the Corto Dorico Film Festival in Ancona, Italy, December 17-20th 2009.
The Cemetery People is a finalist in the New & Old Poverty section, and producer, Genny Carraro will be in attendance for the screening and awards ceremony on December 19th in Italy.
For more information, please visit the festival’s website (only in Italian).
Out of 3,537 submitted films from 104 Countries, the festival selected 168 shorts, divided in to 7 competitive sections. See a full list of the prizes HERE.
ITALIAN AWARD at the Short Movie Festival in Potenza.
Children Of Manila – Official Selection of the Filipino International Film Festival!!
We are delighted to announce that Children of Manila has been selected to screen in the shorts program of the Filipino International Film Festival (FIFF) on October 18th. The festival takes place from October 16th-18th, 2009 in L.A.
Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets. Visit: www.fiffla.org/schedule for the festival schedule and to buy tickets.
As part of Raindance Film Festival, we will also be participating in an online screening on Raindance TV!
Children of Manila will screen free along with a selection of great indie films, online on Friday, October 9th between 7-10 pm GMT (2-5 pm EST).
Find out how to watch here!
Children of Manila will again be screening as part of the six finalists of the ICCL‘s 2009 Human Rights Film Awards. The ICCL plans a special screening at the Corona Cork Film Festival, one of Ireland’s largets film festivals. Stay tuned for dates and times.