Moonrise Film Fest 2008 to have nationwide tour

Can bamboos save the Laguna de bay? Can bamboos lessen the effect of the globalwarming? This is what will be tackled by Donnie Sacueza's Bamboo Lake,one of the finalists of the 2008 Moonrise Film Fest.

In 2005, the Center for Environmental Awareness andEducation (CEAE) spearheaded an annual film festival focusing onenvironmental awareness. Now on its third year, the Moonrise Film Festival willbe toured in various locations nationwide and will even have internationalscreenings during the latter part of the year.

This year, ten documentaries are vying for prizes to begiven out during the awarding ceremony that will take place this Friday, August29, at Robinsons Galleria Cinema 3.

The finalists of the environmentally oriented Moonrise Film Fest are:

Bamboo Lake by Donnie Sacueza

Hangga't Meron by Jose Rico Panganiban

Hupa by Oscar Nava

Katutubo at Lupaing Ninuno by Michael Garcia

Lawa ng Bato by Boyette Rimban

Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa by Danielle Arafol andPrincess Asuncion

Sayaw sa Alon by Nanette Matilac

Taaw: Buhay at Karanasan ng mga Mangingisda sa Anda byGichelle Cruz

Ugnayan by Gabby Villarama

Unos sa Ka-Ugmaon by Carol Ligue and Noel Verula

Schedule of Festival Theatrical Screenings

August 27 - Sept. 2 - Robinsons Movieworld Ermita

September 3 - 9 -Robinsons Movieworld Bacolod Ayala Cinema Cebu

Sept. 10 - 16 Robinsons Movieworld Iloilo

Sept. 17 - 23 Robinsons Movieworld Lipa Gaisano Cinema Davao

Sept. 24 - 30 Robinsons Movieworld Imus

Oct. 1 to 7 Robinsons Movieworld Angeles

International Screening

October 15 - 30, 2008

Campus Tour Screenings

November 15 to 30- Rizal, Laguna, Pangasinan, Baguio, Tarlac

December 1 to 15- Bicol-Naga, Tacloban

January 10 to 30 - Roxas, Aklan, Antique, Capiz

February 1 to 15, 2009 - Bohol, Dumaguete

February 16 to 28, 2009 - Cagayan de Oro, Palawan





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