SIBUL X FILM FESTIVAL
Seeds of Vision: Sharing One Root
The first and longest-running film festival in Bulacan
goes digital for the first time. The 10th year celebration of
Sine Bulacan (SIBUL) Film Festival spearheaded by
SIBUL Director, Krystal Gem Aviado and BulSU Cinephilia - Special Projects Department Head,
Diana Marie Condeza staged Sibul X Film Festival Seeds of Vision: Sharing One Root on March 8 to 13, 2021.
Annually, SIBUL Film Festival is being held in a cinema,
but because of the pandemic and the restrictions in gatherings, the organizers decided to push it through online and make their vision into a reality -- to continue promoting the film artistry of young Bulakenyos
and expand its audience reach.
This year, Sibul X Film Festival movie viewing can be streamed online for free through the official Facebook page of SIBUL Film Festival. You may follow them at https://www.facebook.com/SiBulFilmFestival)
for more details.
By John Patrick Manio A woman pained by her past confronts the demons haunting her in the present. Lysistrata is an experimental black-and-white short film reinterpretation loosely based on the ancient Greek comedy of the same name by Aristophanes.
ANG KWENTO NG DALAWANG MUNDO
by Angelo Fernando Soon as she opened her eyes to witness a gradually changing world, four strong men showed, one after another, and they were all hunting to kill this teenage lady named Mundo. The victim had no choice but to escape; otherwise, she would have to endure the attempts of violence from these men until she gets killed. The story concluded with the flashback of the events of her birth when her mother gave her the name Mundo.
By Arnold Santiago Arceo wanders alone in a world left by mankind. In search for answers to his solitude, his dark and complicated past begins to haunt him. This is a story that will awaken our minds and open our eyes to the truth about the society we live in.
HOME FOR THE AGES
by Yuuka Tanaka An aged Mother lives in a house that is passed onto her by her parents. Her attachment to her home and her farm gives her enough contentment and safety. Her son Anthony, however, has a different plan in mind that he thinks is best for his Mother. Anthony tries his luck into convincing his mother once again into making her go to a home for the aged.