Bringing award-winning Asian cinema to Manila

ASIA-ON-SCREEN-PosterAsia Society Philippines, together with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Shangri-La Cineplex, invites the public to view the best films from Asia at Asia On Screen 2015 from May 8-12, at Shang Cineplex, Shangri La Plaza, Mandaluyong City.

Asia On Screen 2015 is Manila’s most premier Asian film festival. This year’s film festival will feature award-winning and critically-acclaimed films from around Asia, including the Philippines. With the burgeoning of the film industries across Asia, the world of arts and cinema and entertainment in Asia has never been more exciting!

Moviegoers this year will enjoy a showcase of high-caliber films from across the region. From the amusing trials of a Korean husband trying to rid himself of a nagging spouse, the harrowing tale of a Japanese father forced to choose between two sons to a glimpse of fraught family ties in distant Iran, viewers can experience a slice of life from all corners of Asia via the silver screen.

Participating countries in the film festival are the following: Australia, Indonesia, India, Thailand, Malaysia, South Korea, China and the Philippines.

About Asia Society:

Asia Society Philippines aims to strengthen relationships, deepen understanding and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia and the United States. We develop cross-sector programmes that bring together individuals, companies, policymakers and other non-profits to promote collaboration and understanding of Asia across the fields of policy, business leadership, education, arts and culture.

About Asia On Screen:

Asia On Screen showcases multi-awarded and critically acclaimed independent films from Asia to the Filipino audience. The Asian film festival is one of the initiatives of Asia Society Philippines which aims to strengthen relationships, deepen understanding, and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia, and the United States. Asia On Screen was first launched at Shangri-la Cineplex in 2012.



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Asia Society Philippines, together with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Shangri-La Cineplex, invites the public to view the best films from Asia at Asia On Screen 2015 from May 8-12, at Shang Cineplex, Shangri La Plaza, Mandaluyong City. Asia On Screen 2015 is Manila’s most premier Asian film festival. This year’s film festival will feature award-winning and critically-acclaimed films from around Asia, including the Philippines. With the burgeoning of the film industries across Asia, the world of arts and cinema and entertainment in Asia has never been more exciting! Moviegoers this year will enjoy a showcase...

ASIA-ON-SCREEN-PosterAsia Society Philippines, together with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Shangri-La Cineplex, invites the public to view the best films from Asia at Asia On Screen 2015 from May 8-12, at Shang Cineplex, Shangri La Plaza, Mandaluyong City.

Asia On Screen 2015 is Manila’s most premier Asian film festival. This year’s film festival will feature award-winning and critically-acclaimed films from around Asia, including the Philippines. With the burgeoning of the film industries across Asia, the world of arts and cinema and entertainment in Asia has never been more exciting!

Moviegoers this year will enjoy a showcase of high-caliber films from across the region. From the amusing trials of a Korean husband trying to rid himself of a nagging spouse, the harrowing tale of a Japanese father forced to choose between two sons to a glimpse of fraught family ties in distant Iran, viewers can experience a slice of life from all corners of Asia via the silver screen.

Participating countries in the film festival are the following: Australia, Indonesia, India, Thailand, Malaysia, South Korea, China and the Philippines.

About Asia Society:

Asia Society Philippines aims to strengthen relationships, deepen understanding and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia and the United States. We develop cross-sector programmes that bring together individuals, companies, policymakers and other non-profits to promote collaboration and understanding of Asia across the fields of policy, business leadership, education, arts and culture.

About Asia On Screen:

Asia On Screen showcases multi-awarded and critically acclaimed independent films from Asia to the Filipino audience. The Asian film festival is one of the initiatives of Asia Society Philippines which aims to strengthen relationships, deepen understanding, and bridge differences across the Philippines, Asia, and the United States. Asia On Screen was first launched at Shangri-la Cineplex in 2012.



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