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Watch Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere by Gerry de Leon

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Noli Me Tangere – Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere was adapted to the big screen with National Artist for Film Gerardo ‘Gerry’ de Leon at the helm. The cast includes, among others, Eduardo ‘Eddie’ Del Mar as Crisostomo Ibarra, Edita Vital as Maria Clara, Oscar Keesee as Father Damaso, Johnny Monteiro as Father Salvi, Lina Carino as Sisa and Leopoldo Salcedo as Elias. In the supporting roles were Teody Belarmino, Ruben Rustia, Robet Arevalo, Jose Garcia, Lito Anzures, Max Alvarado, Andres Centenera, Ramon D’ Salva, etc. The movie won the year’s FAMAS Best Picture and Director


El Filibusterismo
A rare film clip of Rizal’s “El Filibusterismo,” a 1962 award-winning movie directed by National Artist Gerardo “Gerry” de Leon. It starred Pancho Magalona as Simoun, Robert Arevalo as Basilio, Carlos Padilla, Jr. as Isagani and Charito Solis as Juli.

Watch the nationwide screening schedule of the 1961 adaptation of Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere by Gerry de Leon. Something made possible by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Goethe Institut, SM Group of Companies, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Bayanihan Arriva Productions and My Rizal,

NATIONWIDE SCREENING SCHEDULE
IN SM CINEMAS
Note: Schedules are subject to change. In case of change, please see www.smcinema.com

16 and 17 June 2011, 9:00 AM – 12:00 NN
SM Bacolod
SM Davao
SM Cebu
SM Iloilo
SM Cagayan de Oro

16 to 19 June 2011. 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SM Sta. Rosa
SM Calamba
SM San Pablo
SM Muntinlupa

19 and 20 June 2011, 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SM Baguio
SM Rosales
SM Tarlac
SM Clark
SM Pampanga
SM North Edsa
SM City Fairview
SM Megamall
The Podium

20 and 21 June 2011, 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SM Lipa
SM Batangas
SM Naga
SM Lucena
SM Dasmariñas
SM Bacoor
SM Rosario
SM Molino

Formal Screening (By invitation only), 20 June 2011
11:00 AM
SM Mall of Asia

 

According to Juned , “the films Noli and Fili are worth watching because of De Leon’s visual style of storytelling that embellishes the scene with emotions. The fact that it was done in Black and White only heightens the visual impact. Another reason it is worth watching is that there are only a limited copies of the films – Noli was restored in Germany while Fili seems to have disappeared into the past with only bits and pieces surfacing from time to time. And that is why when one or both of the films are shown it is worthwhile to watch it.”

So grab the chance to watch this vintage production.

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