Category: Brillante Mendoza

Patron of La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut français

Patron of La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut français

Brillante Mendoza is the 2017 patron of La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut français (formerly known as the Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde). This choice shows the Institut français’s commitment to cultural diversity and dialogue, which are central to its activities.

Brillante Mendoza, who follows in the footsteps of Jia Zhang-Ke, is one of Asia’s most renowned contemporary filmmakers, and has won awards at the Festival de Cannes. He will support the directors and producers taking part in La Fabrique Cinéma at Cannes by helping them to develop and finalize their first and second feature film projects.

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3 works by Brillante Mendoza at the The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York

3 works by Brillante Mendoza at the The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York

Filipino film classics will be screened at the The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York this June

3 works by Brillante Mendoza will be screened, including the film that won Jaclyn Jose a Best Actress trophy at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, “Ma’ Rosa.” Ma’ Rosa

MoMA has selected 18 films by 13 directors for the month-long event. In the lineup are works by critically acclaimed directors Lav Diaz, Raya Martin, Brillante Mendoza, and more.

Read more http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/lifestyle/content/609683/films-from-third-golden-age-of-phl-cinema-to-be-screened-at-moma/story/

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Brillante Mendoza Presents: PANATA

Brillante Mendoza Presents: PANATA

PANATA
A Film for TV5 directed by BRILLANTE MENDOZA

Air Date: May 27, 2017 Saturday
Air Time: 9:30 PM

Trailer:

LOGLINE:
Panata is the story of Mario (King), a mask maker’s son, who performs the Moriones Lenten rites for his father’s return amidst an impending rebellion during Martial Law.

BRIEF SYNOPSIS:
Mario and his best friend, Toto, are witnesses to the brutal and unjust arrest of Mario’s father, Tasyo, a suspected rebel, during the early years of Martial Law. The desperate longing leads Mario and his mother, Azon, to devote and surrender themselves to a higher power and perform various Catholic rites and rituals for the family patriarch’s return.

Years of prayer and devotion have passed, still no father is found. Mario takes his father’s roles as breadwinner, mask maker, and rebel sympathiser. Later on, he is reunited with his childhood friend, Toto, now a student activist enlightened by higher ideologies in his studies. Exposed by the chaos brought about by the Marcos’ regime’s decline, Toto brings Mario news of the rebel group’s impending victory against the dictator and invites him to participate in a clandestine gathering in the mountains.

MARIO as Kristofer King | Jao Daniel Elamparo
AZON as Sue Prado
TASYO as Arnold Cruz Reyes
TOTO as Felix Artadi Roco | Vince Rillon
ISING as Jill Palencia Ibuyan | Crystal January Bravo
FERNANDO as Lou Veloso
ANDONG as EdwinNombre Pamaniän

Director: Brillante Mendoza
Scriptwriter: Kat Marasigan

BTS Photos https://www.facebook.com/katkat0000001/media_set?set=a.1539078806116382.1073741878.100000428312477&type=1
Creative Consultant: Armando Lao

Editor: Diego Marx Dobles
Director of Photography: Odie Flores
Production Designer: Ben Payumo

Line Producer: Carlo Camilo Valenzona
Production Manager: Antonette Maddela Perez
Camera Assistants: Benjie De Vera, Wally Bolanos, Joshua Reyles
Assistant Director: Charita Castinlag
Production Assistant: Christine Florendo
HMUA: Ruffa Zuueta

 

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Brillante Mendoza at Sinag Maynila 2017 Closing Ceremony

Brillante Mendoza at Sinag Maynila 2017 Closing Ceremony

The awards night of the Sinag Maynila 2017 film festival was held at the Samsung Hall, SM Aura on March 12, Sunday.

Right after the awards night, South Korean film “Walking Street” was screened as the closing film of Sinag Maynila Film Festival 2017.

Among the attendees were Sinag Maynila Founder Wilson Tieng, Sinag Maynila Festival Director Brillante Mendoza,Walking Street” director Lee Sang Woo together with Lee Song Lee, Mendoza’s protégés Daniel Palacio, Nimrod Sarmiento and Conan Altatis, Full-length category jury members: French film critic Max Tessier (head of the jury), FDCP Chair Liza Diño Seguerra, Filipino film critic Oggs Cruz, and director Paul Soriano, who judged the Shorts and Documentary finalists. The  other two Shorts and Documentary jurors are professor Rolando Tolentino and critic Patrick Flores who . ” #SineLokalPangInternasyonal #SinagMaynila2017 

 

Sinag Maynila Festival Director Brillante Mendoza with Sinag Maynila Founder Wilson Tieng and SM SVP for Marketing and Communications Ms. Millie Dizon announces the best film award. (Photo Courtesy: Sinag Maynila) 

 

(L-R) Walking Street director Lee Sang Woo, Sinag Maynila Festival Director Brillante Mendoza and actress Lee Song Lee

 

Sinag Maynila Festival Director is flocked by actor Vince Rillon, Walking Street Director Lee Sang Woo and actress Lee Song Yi

 

Ballet Manila gives a stunning and elegant performance to commence the Sinag Maynila Gabi ng Parangal

 

Ballet Manila delights its audience with their striking performance!

 

Sinag Maynila Festival Director Brillante Mendoza with Jury Head Max Tessier

 

 

Congratulations to all the winners! (Photo credits: Sinag Maynila)

Here is the complete list of winners:

BEST DOCUMENTARY
Hango
Avelino Mark Balmes, Jr.

BEST SHORT FILM
Aliens Ata
Glenn Karl Barit

SINAG BOX OFFICE AWARD
Bhoy Intsik
Joel Lamangan

SM PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
Beyond the Block
Ricky Carranza

BEST SOUND
Kristo
Albert Michael Idioma

BEST MUSIC
Tu Pug Imatuy
Arbi Barbarona

BEST EDITING
Kristo
Diego Marx Dobles

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Tu Pug Imatuy
Bryan Jimenez and Arbi Barbarona

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Kristo
Arvin Rosendal

BEST SCREENPLAY 
Tu Pug Imatuy
Arnel Mardoquio

BEST DIRECTOR
Arbi Barbarona 
Tu Pug Imatuy

BEST SUPPORTING PERFORMANCE
Julio Diaz
Kristo

BEST ACTRESS
Malona Sulatan
Tu Pug Imatuy

BEST ACTOR (tie)
Raymond “RS” Francisco
Bhoy Intsik

Kristofer King
Kristo 

BEST PICTURE
Tu Pug Imatuy

 

For more updates, visit Sinag Maynila official social media accounts: 

FACEBOOK: Sinag Maynila-  https://www.facebook.com/SinagMaynila/

TWITTER: @sinagmaynila – https://twitter.com/sinagmaynila

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://sinagmaynila.com/

 

 

 

 

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WATCH | Sinag Maynila entries reflect ‘Pinoy themes with international appeal’

WATCH | Sinag Maynila entries reflect ‘Pinoy themes with international appeal’

By Edwin P. Sallan, InterAksyon.com
March 10, 2017 · 12:00 pm

 

Now on its third year, the Sinag Maynila film festival takes an ambitious leap forward as it presents entries that reflect Filipino culture but are thought-provoking enough for international audiences.

In coming up with the festival’s new tagline, “Sine Lokal, Pang-Internasyonal,” Sinag Maynila CEO and founder Wilson Tieng says “the upgraded mechanics for this season may have been a risky move, but we are very happy with the outcome and look forward to the reception of these films here and, of course, internationally.”

This year’s entries were personally handpicked by Tieng and renowned filmmaker Brillante Mendoza, Sinag Maynila’a festival director.

 

More on the article by clicking on the link below.

http://www.interaksyon.com/entertainment/watch-sinag-maynila-entries-reflect-pinoy-themes-with-international-appeal/

 

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Brillante Mendoza, Best Director at 2017 Malaysia Global Awards

Brillante Mendoza, Best Director at 2017 Malaysia Global Awards

World-renowned filmmaker Brillante Mendoza bags another achievement for his 2016 film Ma’Rosa at the 2017 Malaysia Global Awards.

The film is about Rosa (Jaclyn Jose),  a mother who runs a small convenience store in a poor neighborhood of Manila where everybody likes her. To make ends meet, Rosa and her husband, Nestor, resell small amounts of drugs on the side. It  also earned Mendoza the same award at the 54th Gijón International Film Festival last year. “Ma’ Rosa” was also selected to compete for the Palme d’Or trophy at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, with Jose eventually clinching the Best Actress award there.

Aside from Mendoza, Philippine-Malaysian film “Singing In Graveyards” also bagged the Best Film award at the Malaysian Global Awards.

See full list of winners here

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Brillante Mendoza-directed ‘Pagpupugay’ advocacy campaign wins top honors

Brillante Mendoza-directed ‘Pagpupugay’ advocacy campaign wins top honors

RiteMED’s advocacy video “Pagpupugay,” which pays tribute to carers of the sick and directed by internationally-acclaimed and award-winning director Brillante Mendoza, won top honors at the 10th Araw Values Award 2016.
RiteMED’s Pagpupugay won Gold for Branded Communications under the value of Love of Country and Respect for National Customs and Traditions. Among the Gold awardees, it won the Platinum Award, for the same category and value. It is the highest award and given only to campaigns that exceed the criteria of the Gold award category and truly exemplify Filipino values. Pagpupugay was created for RiteMED by advertising group Estima Inc.
The Araw Values Awards is organized by the Advertising Foundation of the Philippines to uphold traditional and positive Filipino values in the industry and promote responsible advertising. It gives recognition to responsible brands that help promote Filipino values.
It is anchored on the Ad Foundation’s cornerstone values: love of God and respect for all religious beliefs; commitment to truth, honesty and integrity; love of country and respect for national customs and traditions; reverence for family unit or marriage or responsible parenthood; respect and care for human life, dignity and the rights of all; respect for law and authority and the promotion of self- discipline and concern for and preservation of the environment.

Read more at http://www.tribune.net.ph/life-style/brillante-mendoza-directed-pagpupugay-advocacy-campaign-wins-top-honors

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TV5 Partners with Brillante Mendoza

TV5 Partners with Brillante Mendoza

TV5 CEO Chot Reyes Explains 2017 Content Partnership with Direk Brillante Mendoza.

“Brillante Mendoza Presents”: Monthly Made-for-Television Movies.

TV5 proudly announced its collaboration with Director Brillante “Dante” Mendoza, one of the most prominent Filipino filmmakers today.
He has produced a body of work that garnered awards and recognition from local and international film festivals.

Mapapanood once a month ang kanyang mga made-for-television movies sa “Brillante Mendoza Presents” exclusively made for TV5 na magsisimula na sa January 21, 2017.

At ang isa pa niyang obra, ang “AMO” isang 13-episode series na magsisimula naman sa Pebrero.

Watch the video by Rain De Ocampo.

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ARAW Values Awards, 2 Gold 1 Platinum

ARAW Values Awards, 2 Gold 1 Platinum

The Advertising Foundation of the Philippines, or Ad Foundation, is the industry’s social development institution and advocacy body. Dubbed as its “social conscience”, the non-partisan Ad Foundation also serves as the “3rd Peg of Self-Regulation” tasked to promote the industry’s concept and precepts of Self-Regulation for reliable and truthful advertising and marketing communications as well as its social responsibility of benefit to community, people and even country.

On Nov. 29

2 Projects Won Directed by Brillante Mendoza

1. #Pagpupugay

2. #WhatisMotherhood

2016 ARAW Values Awards Winners for Website and Social Media Read the full list here > http://arawvaluesawards.com/index.php/list-of-winners

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