ni John Fontanilla
MAS pinalaki, kapana-panabik, at mas pinaganda ang gaganaping 10th QCinema International Film Festival(In10City, A Decade of Intense Film Exprience).
Mapapanood ang 58 films, six short films with 7 sections of full-length films, at 3 shorts programs simula sa Nov. 17-26, 2022 sa Gateway, Trinoma, Powerplant, Cinema 76, at SM North EDSA cinemas.
Kasama rito ang 2 European films na tinatampukan ng mga Filipino actor (The Palme d’Or-winning class satire Triangle of Sadness by Ruben Östlund na pinagbibidahan ni Dolly de Leon, ang magiging festival’s opener at ang closing film ay ang Venice Film Festival entry na To The North ni Mihai Mincan, starring Soliman Cruz).
Ilan pa sa mga pelikulang mapapanood ay ang Nocebo ni Lorcan Finnegan, starring Chai Fonacier; Elehiya ni Loy Arcenas starring the late iconic actress Cherie Gil; 12 Weeks ni Anna Isabelle Matutina, the NETPAC Award winner with Max Eigenmann na nag-uwi ng Best Actress award sa Cinemalaya.
Ayon kay QC Mayor Joy Belmonte, “It has grown bigger and stronger beyond our dreams and much sooner than our expectations. While it started as a brainchild of mine 10 years ago, it took a whole city and the efforts of many sectors to propel it to what it is now, one of the country’s most formidable film festivals.”
Ang online screening ay available, exclusive para sa QCShorts 2022, QCShorts 2021 at RainbowQC Shorts, in partnership with VivaMax at mapapanood mula November 22-26.
Ang Gabi ng Paramgal para sa 10th QCinema International Film Festival (In10City, A Decade of Intense Film Exprience) ay gaganapin sa Nov.23 sa Novotel Poolside.