Jun 20
LAST SEVEN FILMS TO BE SCREENED BY CITERS by fapweb  |  Posted in Articles  |  on Fri, Jun 20, 2008

The citers of the 26th Luna Awards of the Film Academy of the Philippines have just seven films left to be screened as they wind up their review next week.

This week, the citers reviewed the following films—Star Cinema’s A Love Story, Rated B; Regal Entertainment Inc.’s Bahay Kubo; Star Cinema’s Agent X-44, Rated B; Regal Entertainment Inc’s My Kuya’s Wedding, Rated B; Sizzling Gambas’ Haw-Ang, Rated B; and Star Cinema’s I’ve Fallen for You, Rated B.

Scheduled for next week are the following films: June 23 (Monday)—Viva Films’ Ang Lalaki sa Parola, 1 p.m.; Ang Monay ni Mr. Shooli, 3 p.m.; June 25 (Wednesday)—Star Cinema’s One More Chance, 1 p.m.; Regal Entertainment Inc.’s Desperadas, 3 p.m.; and June 27 (Friday)—Regal Entertainment Inc.’s Shake, Rattle & Roll, 1 p.m. and MP Productions’ Anak ng Kumander, 3 p.m.

For the guidance of interested parties, we are printing weekly the filmographies of the films screened in that particular week. Here are the filmographies of the six films reviewed this week.

A Love Story–Produced by Star Cinema. Maryo J. delos Reyes, direction; Vanessa R. Valdez, screenplay; Maricel Soriano, Aga Muhlach, Angelica Panganiban, Dante Rivero, Chin Chin Gutierrez, Bobby Andrews, TJ Trinidad, Baron Geisler, John Arcilla, Gerarld Madrid, Anita Linda and Eva Darren, cast; Gary Gardoce, cinematography; Gerry Santos, production design; Albert Michael Idioma, sound; Jesse Lucas, musical score; and Tarra Illenberger, editing.

Bahay Kubo–Produced by Regal Entertainment Inc. Joel Lamangan, direction; Lily Monteverde, RJ Nuevas & Suzette Doctolero, story; RJ Nuevas & Suzette Doctolero, screenplay; Maricel Soriano, Marian Rivera, Shaina Magayao, Yasmien Kurdi, Eugene Domingo, Rayver Cruz, Gloria Romero, Anita Linda, Irma Adlawan, Karla Estrada, John Apacible and Richard Quan, cast; Charlie Peralta, cinematography, Edgar Martin Littaua, production design; Arnold Reodica, sound; Von de Guzman, musical score; and Marya Ignacio, editing..

Agent X-44—Produced by Star Cinema. Joycel Bernal, direction; Mel Mendoza-del rosario, Galo Ador Jr., Trina Marie T. Dusaban & Raz de la Torre, story & screenplay; Vhong Navarro, Epy Quizon, Juliana Palermo, Pokwang, John Lapus, Mura, Cassandra Ponti, Uma Khouny, Mariel Rodrigiez and Tonny Ferrer, cast; Charlie Peralta, cinematography; Dante Nico Garcia & Rodrigo Recto, production design; Addiss Tabong, sound; Charles ‘Chuckie’ Dreyfuss & Jun Regalado, musical score; and Renewin Alano, editing.

My Kuya’s Wedding—Produced by Regal Entertainment Inc.. Toppel Lee, direction; Alan Tijamo & Rochelle Monteverde, story; Allan Tijamo, screenplay; Pauleen Luna, Ryan Agoncillo, Jason Abalos, Maja Salvador, Dominic Ochoa, Say Alonzo, Ethel Booba, Ryan Yllana, Dick Israel, Raquel Villavicencio & Debraliz, cast; Louie Quirino, cinematography; Mark Sabas, production design; Arnold Reodica, sound; Von de Guzman, musical score; and Marya Ignacio, editing.

Haw-Ang (After the Harvest)—Produced by Sizzling Gambas Productions, Inc. Bong Ramos, direction ; Murphy Redd & Bong Ramos, story & screenplay; Kaila Aguilos, Neil Ryan Sese, Raquel Reyes, Fonz Deza, Rosaline Niwane, Dacmay Tangliban, Francisco Bittaol Jr. & Richard Sicat Jr, cast; Paul Vincent Pangan, Alma de la Peña & Dix Buhay, cinematography; Bianca Dadivas & Felisberto Besina, production design; Dodoy Ongleo, Fred Fonaz, Edward Martinez & JM Ongleo, sound; Alfredo ‘Dodoy’ Ongleo, Sammy Asuncion & Budenths Casinto, musical score; and John Marvi de Guzman, editing.

I’ve Fallen for You—Produced by Star Cinema. Lino S. Cayetano. direction; Mel Mendoza-del Rosario, Chie Floresca & Francis Bryan Lua, story; Mel Mendoza-del Rosario, screenplay; Kim Chiu, Gerald Anderson, Albert Martinez, Chin Chin Gutierrez, Lotlot de Leon, Amy Perez, Ketchup Eusebio, Cathy Gonzaga, Miles Ocampo & Lloyd Samartino, cast; Eli Balce, cinematography; Malou Dugtong de Guzman, production design; Addis Tabong, sound; Raul Mitra, musical score; Marya Ignacio, editing.

A FAP timetable set July 15 as the date for the announcement of the 26th Luna Awards nominees and August 2 as a Nominees Night where all nominees in 12 categories will receive their Lunettes—statuettes smaller than but replicas of the real trophy.


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