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The Tioseco-Bohinc Film Series Presents “When Timawa Meets Delgado” January 11, 2010

Posted by Richard Bolisay in Invitation, Noypi.
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The Tioseco-Bohinc Film Series picks up where Alexis Tioseco left off with his Fully Booked screenings, casting light on independent cinema that deserve more audience than it has. An extension of the tireless passion and unconditional love both he and Nika Bohinc put into giving permanence and viability to truly independent cinema, it is also an active remembering of their work and life .

Long championed by Alexis Tioseco, Ray Gibraltar’s “When Timawa Meets Delgado” (2007) is one of local independent cinema’s best-kept secrets, an experimental narrative documentary about health care and the nursing boom in the country that is virtually indescribable and also funny as hell.

The film will be shown on Sunday, January 17, 2010, at Fully Booked High Street (U-View) from 3 pm to 5pm. Filmmaker Ray Gibraltar and poet J.I.E. Teodoro will be in attendance. Hope to see you there.

Link: Oggs Cruz on When Timawa Meets Delgado

* Poster design by Oscar Nava; Drawing by Eli Gegantoca

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1. anonymoooooo - January 11, 2010

Is this for free?

2. Richard Bolisay - January 11, 2010

free admission.

3. ken - February 5, 2010

anong ipapalabas nyo this feb 14?
sana wala kasi parang ma-mimiss ko yun kung meron (selfish mode)

4. Richard Bolisay - February 6, 2010

hi ken, we’ll be screening Khavn’s Paalam aking Bulalakaw on February 21. hope you could come.

5. ken - February 7, 2010

wow! I was just thinking about that movie. Maraming salamat lalo na’t ginawa nyong feb 21…


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