The recent Art Fair 2020 highlighted the legacy of Philippine films in the past 100 years.
In its eighth year as the exclusive partner of Art Fair Philippines, Globe Platinum celebrated the ingenious past, present, and future of Philippine film by inaugurating the first-ever film program during the event on Feb. 21-23.
The film program featured a daily screening of films curated by award-winning writer, editor, and film composer Erwin Romulo, film historian Teddy Co, and film critic Philbert Dy.
Showcasing the diversity of Philippine cinema, the program included feature-length and short films, narrative and experimental films, documentaries, and animated films. Throughout the program, a panel of film experts and enthusiasts exchanged views on the future of Philippine cinema.
Art Fair Philippines 2020 showcased the works of 61 finest local and foreign artists in more than 13,000 square meters of The Link in Ayala Center, Makati.
Other highlights in this year’s fair included an “Open Studios” where revered artists and culture experts held workshops and demos; Julie Lluch’s “Irresistible Grace,” a dramatic modern take on the Juan Luna magnum opus “Spoliarium;” and the Visayan group political exhibit “Giatay” that depicted today’s political climate.
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