Geared towards its vision of discovering
talented young filmmakers,
Silip@Lente of Adamson University launched REALIFILM 2021, an annual Film Festival wIth the theme,
“Silver Lining: Peeking Through the Chaos.”
Catch the movie viewing on March 6 to 7, 2021
via Zoom and get a glimpse of the promising
student films in the country.
This is a FREE virtual film screening
that you shouldn't miss!
Silip@Lente will be sending the zoom link via email. Please register at the link below
to access the film screening.
by Dan Verzosa Amidst the pandemic, Annika, a 10-year old student attending her online class, came across a school requirement pertaining to women. As she did her school work, she pondered upon society's expectation on women alongside her mother, who she highly looked up to.
by Giulliari Tricia Saavedra In a time of uncertainty and seclusion, a girl braves her inhibitions to finally sing her song.
How's My Driving
by Kenneth Peterson F. Leviste How's My Driving tells the story of a senior citizen jeepney driver in this pandemic. Kiko is excited after getting chosen by the city hall to work as a jeepney delivery driver. He tells his happy and challenging first day to drive again to his granddaughter who is away from him.
by Justine Adel S. Laid Sid, a fully-grown man is unmindful that he is going through a struggle triggered by self- isolation.
NARANIAG A BULAN
by Mike Cabarles A woman yearns and struggles to let go after the disappearance of her husband she then created the illusion of his death.
by John Patrick A. Pangan A young boy who grew up with folk beliefs attempts to find out the truth behind the new girl in town.
by Piolo Andre D. Cruz Some Filipinos managed to cope with the pandemic. But for Gelo, it is a time when he realized that his parents were never coming back.
UGOY NG TANIKALA
by Lily Gomes Seen through the barrier of a screen, an underlying truth reveals itself. A soft-spoken noise, talked about in hush. Dancing around a wild fire of gazes, when all seem to be lost, a ray suddenly beams. A lullaby will be sung, from a teenage mother to her innocent son.
WALTS OF QUALM
by Francisco L. Tavas III As the teenage girl wanders around the forest, she suddenly finds a broken mirror. Driven by her curiosity, she went to touch it, only to discover the one thing that she had been escaping from all this time - her true self. She began to run away from it but her feet only led her to a place where the calm waves of the ocean and the waiting sand constantly meet. There she found the broken mirror once more, but this time it was being held dearly by another girl.
Dum Spiro Spero
by Angelika Rose Granado The film is an archetypal representation of a factual mundanity in society since then. The catharsis revolves around a family who has already seen and perceived the need to survive the tests of time, especially in the time of the pandemic. Here, the family is seen struggling and confronting each other, with each (offspring) having the belief of hopelessness and uncertainty about life.
BUNTONG HININGA POSTER
by Jan Kriziarain Beatriz Angeles & Mark Christian Asuncion Ramos Prima is confined in a grisly-dark place where she tries her best endeavors to escape in the horrendous scenes of its corners. However, as she opens the door, Prima sees the worst nightmare wait for her, trying to resist those monsters inside the scene.
Ang Ibayo sa Pagtangis
by Le Anne Joice T. Flores In what seems to be an ordinary day, a woman comes home with baggage on hand. Inside contains several ingredients, which she later on used to cook a food that is known to many. But while on the process, something had happened. An ordinary day was suddenly not ordinary at all. For the baggage she brought home has been with her all along.
ANG MULING PAGSIBOL POSTER LAST NA
by Lily Gomes & Ian Caacbay A young man has been haunted by an unknown force since he was a kid. In his rebirth he will acquire the gift of God.
ANG DALA NG KAWALAN
by John Kurt Vincent Santos Looming over a suburban town, is a chilling myth about a spirit who appears with the full moon. The spirit, feared by the people, brings nothing but destruction and devastation. One night, a son of a local farmer, sneaks through the fields, trying to find the face of the rural legend, only to unfold a terrifying truth.
by Aldwin Jerico Atutubo ILAW is a veiled tale about a woman seemingly rising from unconsciousness, coming to life in a destructed and colourless home. By the name of Inang, she managed to fix and beautify the place until a knock on her door came. A young man, Ada, asks for a place to stay, Inang with a cautious heart agrees. By the next day, Ada lets a young woman in, Evan. Both of them are considered “lost children”, with no one to go to and no memories of the outside world they came from.