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Check out QCinema’s new film scape on the platform by Filipinos for Filipinos 

 

 

This year’s QCinema International Film Festival collaborates with the newest digital streaming platform, UPSTREAM, which brings in 16 films you won’t want to miss. It’s certainly a quarantine holiday treat for you and the family!

 

With UPSTREAM, you can watch QCinema’s Highlights Section from the comfort of your own homes. Filipinos from around the world get a taste of Pinoy indie and international cinema from November 27 to December 6, 2020. Your virtual ticket awaits on GMovies!

 

Take a sneak peek into this year’s buzz-worthy lineup:

 

Babae at Baril (2019) 

Action thriller film by Rae Red

 

 

BALANGIGA: Howling Wilderness (2017)

Historical drama by khavn

 

 

Cleaners (2019)

A coming-of-age comedy film by Glenn Barit

 

 

Corpus Christi (2019)

A Polish drama by Jan Komasa

 

 

Divine Love (2020)

Brazilian sci-fi drama by Gabriel Mascaro

 

 

End of the Century (2019)

Argentinian romantic drama by Lucio Castro

 

 

Genus Pan (2020)

Action drama by Lav Diaz

 

 

Marygoround (2020)

Polish drama film by Daria Woszek

 

 

Midnight in a Perfect World (2020)

Utopian horror by Dodo Dayao

 

 

Mulholland Drive (2001)

Digitally restored mystery thriller by David Lynch

 

 

Oda sa Wala (2018) 

A drama film by Dwein Baltazar

 

 

Roh (Soul) (2019)

Malaysian horror film by Emir Ezwan

 

 

Ròm (2019)

A Vietnamese crime drama by Trân Thanh Huy

 

 

Song Without A Name (2019)

A Peruvian drama by Melissa León

 

 

Suk Suk (2019)

A Hong Kong romantic drama by Ray Yeung

 

 

True Mothers (2020)

Japanese drama by Naomi Kawase

 

 

 

Tickets are priced at P150 and are available for purchase through GMovies. QCinema also offers bundles priced at P750 on their website for movie buffs who want to purchase by bulk. Take a break from Netflix and delve into the world of local and international indie cinema!

 

RELATED: 2020 Metro Manila Film Festival Is Happening

 

 

Words Marga Sibug

Art Alexandra Lara

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