Films to watch, films to love now showing at UP Film Institute

If there is one venue that will cater any film, that’s no other than the University of the Philippines Film Institute which houses the UP Cine Adarna. It is one of the only two theaters in the country that are excluded from MTRCB’s rating, one being the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
To make film enthusiasts busy scheduling their time for January, the UP Film Institute welcomes and screens films by both new breed and experienced filmmakers and producers.
Below are the film schedules prepared by the Institute.
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January film screenings at UP Cine Adarna (Event poster from http://filminstitute.upd.edu.ph/upfi-ibong-adarna-january-2016/#more-2776)

 Ticket price: Php150.00
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