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International Silent Film Festival 2019 - Reservation Form
The International Silent Film Festival Manila started as a collaboration between three cultural institutions in 2007. It has since expanded to include entries from other organizations. On its 13th edition, to be hosted by SM Aura Premier, audiences can look forward to a roster of films from Austria, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain and the Philippines from August 30 to September 1.
ADMISSION IS FREE.

Fill-up this form to reserve a seat/s. During the scheduled screening day, please proceed to the registration table an hour before the film showing. Reserved tickets not claimed 15 minutes before the show will be forfeited.

No seats are assigned upon reservation. Seating is on a first come, first served basis.
Walk-ins are also welcome.

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FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
August 30 to September 1, 2019
Samsung Hall, SM Aura Premier


August 30 | Friday

2030 Philippines (SOLD OUT)
Film: Native Life in the Philippines (37 mins)
Directed by Dean Worcester (1913)
Live Scoring by Munimuni


August 31 | Saturday

1300 The Beginnings of Cinema in Asia
A Lecture by Nick Deocampo

1500 Japan
Film: Orizuru Osen (The Downfall of Osen, 90 mins)
Directed by Kenji Mizoguchi (1935)
Live Scoring by Kaduma ni Karol

1730 Spain
Film: Es Mi Hombre (He's My Man, 63 mins)
Directed by Carlos Fernández Cuenca (1927)
Live Scoring by Tarsius

2030 Italy
Film: L 'Onestà del Peccato (The Wife He Neglected, 89 mins)
Directed by Augusto Genia (1918)
Live Scoring by Stef&no and the Pocket Orchestra


September 1 | Sunday

1600 Germany
Film: Von Morgen bis Mitternachts (From Morn to Midnight, 73 mins)
Directed by Karlheinz Martin (1921)
Live Scoring by Anima Tierra

1930 Austria
Film: Kalif Storch (60 mins)
Directed by Hans Berger and Ladislaus Tuszynski (1924)
Live Scoring by Tanya Markova
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Film Screening Reservation
We would like to inform you that the screening of the Philippine film, A Native Life in the Philippines, live scored by Munimuni is now sold out. Thank you!
Lecture Reservation
You can also reserve slots to the lecture talk, The Beginnings of Cinema in Asia by Nick Deocampo. Lecture is scheduled on August 31, 13:00 at the Samsung Hall.
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