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2012 Metro Manila Film Festival

By Ian_delapena
2012 Metro Manila Film Festival Every year the Metro Manila Development Authority spear heads the organization for the annual Metro Manila Film Festival.
The festival aims to promote quality Filipino Films to the movie goers while challenging Film Producers to step up and create world class films
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This year there will be eight mainstream films that will compete for different prizes during the awards night.
With that said here are the eight Films competing in the 2012 MMFF
2012 Metro Manila Film Festival The Strangers
Lead Actors: Enrique Gil, Enchong Dee, Julia Montes
Director: Lawrence Fajardo
Genre: Horror



2012 Metro Manila Film Festival El Presidente

Lead Actors: Jeorge E.R. Estregan, Christine Reyes
Director: Mark Meily
Genre: Historical

2012 Metro Manila Film Festival Thy Womb

Lead Actors: Bembol Roco, Nora Aunor
Director: Brillante Mendoza
Genre: Drama

2012 Metro Manila Film Festival Sisterakas
Lead Actors: Vice Ganda, Kris Aquino, Aiai delas Alas
Director: Wenn V. Deramas
Genre: Comedy






2012 Metro Manila Film Festival One More Try
Lead Actors: Dingdong Dantes, Zanjoe Marudo, Angel Locsin, Angelica Panganiban
Director: Ruel S. Bayani
Genre: Romance-Drama

2012 Metro Manila Film Festival Si Agimat si Enteng Kabisote at Ako
Lead Actors: Vic Sotto, Ramon "Bong" Revilla, Jr., Judy Ann Santos
Director: Tony Y. Reyes
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Action

2012 Metro Manila Film Festival Sosy Problems

Lead Actors: Roderick Paulate, Mikael Deiz, Aljur Abrenica, Roberto Arevalo, Solenn Heusaff, Maxene Magalona
Director: Randofh "Andoy" Ranay
Genre: Comedy
2012 Metro Manila Film Festival Shake, Rattle and Roll 14
Lead Actors: Vhong Navarro, Dennis Trillo, Paolo Avelino, Herbert Bautista, Carla Abellana, Lovi Poe, Solenn Heusaff, Janice De Belen, Iza Calzado
Director: Chito S. Roño
Genre: Horror

There you have it all eight movies. Honestly I feel that some of the movies that has turned into series already should not be excluded from the festival since it would stand on its own already even without the festivals help. I just thought of this to give way to newer films and better choice for the Filipino people. I am not saying that those people who produce these films should not join what I am saying is that newer material should be presented.
Anyways all films are really good and should be watch by every one, I my self has already a feeling of who's going to pop and flop. How about you? what film on this festival are you dying to see?


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