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LOOK: MMFF Parade of Stars 2014

Photo by Mark Cristino
LOOK: MMFF Parade of Stars 2014 Photo by Mark Cristino © Rappler

Now on its 40th year, the Metro Manila Film Festival showcases Filipino films starting Christmas day until the new year. The event is a project of the Metro Manila Development Authority headed by MMDA chairman Francis Tolentino.

Photo by Mark Cristino
LOOK: MMFF Parade of Stars 2014 Photo by Mark Cristino © Rappler

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The 40th Metro Manila Film Festival Awards night is set for Saturday, December 27 at the Philippine International Convention Center.

This year’s 40th MMFF edition has eight official entries including historical drama “Bonifacio: ‘Ang Unang Pangulo,’” romance-comedy “English Only Please,” action-fantasy “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2,” action film “Magnum Muslim .357,” comedy films “My Big Bossing’s Adventures” and “Praybeyt Benjamin 2,” and horror films “Feng Shui 2” and “Shake, Rattle & Roll XV.”

All entries at the MMFF this year will be shown during the festival period, from December 25 until January 7.

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