MyProperty.ph supports the fusion of silent cinema and OPM.
MyProperty.ph is taking it to the movies by co-sponsoring this year’s International Silent Film Festival to be held on August 23-25, 2013 at the Shang Cineplex in Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong City.
The International Silent Film Festival, now on its 7th year, will once again bring culture and contemporary music to one venue as organizers show six silent films accompanied by live performances from several Filipino artists. This free-for-all event will feature silent movies from Japan, Italy, Germany, the US, Spain and the Philippines.
If you’re interested in watching a fusion of silent cinema and OPM, here’s the screening schedule:
August 23, Friday
Japan (courtesy of The Japan Foundation)
Keisatsukan (“A Police Officer”), accompanied by Pulso
Time: 7:30 PM
August 24, Saturday
Italy (courtesy of the Embassy of Italy)
Film title: La Grazia (“The Grace”) accompanied by Sino Sikat
Time: 5:00 PM
Germany (courtesy of the Goethe-Institut)
Ich mochte kein Mann sein (“I Don’t Want to be a Man”), accompanied by Pierre Oser and Composers’ Lab
August 25, Sunday
United States (courtesy of the Embassy of the United States of America)
The Phantom of the Opera, accompanied by Razorback
Spain (courtesy of Instituto Cervantes)
El abuelo (“The Grandfather”), accompanied by Earthmover
Philippines (courtesy of the Film Development Council of the Philippines/Pelikulared)
Kamera Obskura, accompanied by Spy
Day 1 (August 23) will start with cocktails at 6PM. Lines to the films tend to be long, so make sure you arrive early. Here’s something else you should look forward to: MyProperty.ph will be raffling off one free six-month subscription to any Summit Media magazine at the screening of each of the six films.