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10th QCinema International Film Festival – Programme 2022

We present the complete programme for the QCinema International Film Festival which will take place in cinemas and online from November 17 – 26, 2022 in Quezon City, Philippines.

Theatrical screenings will be held at Gateway, Trinoma, Powerplant, Cinema 76, and SM North EDSA. Online screening, which is exclusive for QCShorts 2022, QCShorts 2021 and RainbowQC Shorts, will be in partnership with VivaMax and will be from November 22 – 26. Ticket prices for theatrical screenings are 300 pesos while online tickets are for 299 pesos.

Opening Film
Triangle of Sadness by Ruben Östlund – Sweden | 2022 – 147 minutes

Closing Film
To The North by Mihai Mincan – Romania | 2022 – 123 minutes

Competition Sections
Asian Next Wave
12 Weeks by Anna Isabelle Matutina – Philippines | 2022 – 105 minutes
Ajoomma by Shuming He – Singapore | 2022 – 90 minutes
Arnold is a Model Student by Sorayos Prapapan – Thailand, Singapore | 2022 – 83 minutes
Autobiography by Makbul Mubarak – Indonesia, Poland, Germany, Singapore, France, Philippines | 2022 – 116 minutes
Elehiya by Loy Arcenas – Philippines | 2022 – 109 minuntes
Plan 75 by Chie Hayakawa – Japan, France, Philippines | 2022 – 112 minutes
Return to Seoul by Davy Chou – France, Germany, Belgium, Korea, Romania, Cambodia, Qatar | 2022 – 115 minutes

QCShorts
Ang Pagliligtas sa Dalagang Bukid by Jaime Morados – Philippines
BOLD EAGLE by Whammy Alcazaren – Philippines
Luzonensis mula 7 hanggang 9 by Glenn Barit – Philippines
Mga Tigre ng Infanta by Rocky De Guzman Morilla – Philippines
Ngatta Naddaki y Nuang? (Why did the Carabao cross the Carayan?) by Austin Tan – Philippines
Sa ilog na hindi nagtatapos by JT Trinidad – Philippines

Exhibition Sections
Screen International
Close by Lukas Dhont – Belgium, Netherlands, France | 2022 – 105 minutes
Corsage by Marie Kreutzer – Austria, Luxembourg, Germany, France | 2022 – 113 minutes
Crimes Of The Future by David Cronenberg – Canada, Greece, UK | 2022 – 107 minutes
EO by Jerzy Skolimowski – Poland, Italy | 2022 – 86 miuntes
Holy Spider by Ali Abbasi – Denmark, Germany, Sweden, France | 2022 – 116 minutes
I Have Electric Dreams by Valentina Maurel – Belgium, France, Costa Rica | 2022 – 102 minutes
Walk Up by Hong Sang-soo – South Korea | 2022 – 97 minutes

New Horizon Section
Next Sohee by July Jung – South Korea | 2022 – 134 minutes
Piaffe by Anne Oren – Denmark | 2022 – 86 minutes
Saint Omer by Alice Diop – France | 2022 – 122 minutes
The Ordinaries by Sophie Linnenbaum – Germany | 2022 – 120 minutes
Utama by Alejandro Loayza Grisi – Bolivia, Uruguay, France | 2022 – 87 minutes

RainbowQC
Angry Son by Kasho Iizuka – Japan | 2022 – 111 minutes
Joyland by Saim Sadiq – Pakistan | 2022 – 126 minutes
Stranger By The Lake by Alain Guiraudie – France | 2013 – 100 minutes
You Can Live Forever by Mark Slutsky and Sarah Watts – Canada | 2022 – 96 minutes

LGBT+ Section co-sponsored by the French Embassy Manila
Billie And Emma by Samantha Lee – Philippines | 2018 – 107 minutes
Portrait of a Lady on Fire by Céline Sciamma – France | 2019 – 122 minutes
The Divide by Catherine Corsinin – France | 2021 – 95 minutes

RainbowQC Shorts
Alingasngas ng mga Kuliglig by Vahn Leinard Pascual – Philippines | 2022 – 18 minutes
Dikit by Gabriela Serrano – Philippines | 2021 – 16 minutes
How to Die Young in Manila by Petersen Vargas – Philippines | 2020 – 12 minutes
I get so sad sometimes by Trishtan Perez – Philippines | 2021
Isang Daa’t Isang Mariposa by Norvin delos Santos – Philippines | 2019 – 18 minutes

Special Screenings
Love Life by Kōji Fukada – France, Japan | 2022 – 123 minutes
The Damned Don’t Cry by Fyzal Boulifa – France, Belgium, Morocco | 2022 – 100 minutes
The Sales Girl by Janchivdorj Sengedorj – Mongolia | 2021 – 123 minutes
When The Waves Are Gone by Lav Diaz – Philippines, Denmark, Portugal, France | 2022 – 187 minutes

Midnight Series
Huesera by Michelle Garza Cervera – Peru, Mexico | 22022 – 93 minutes
Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon by Ana Lily Amirpour – USA |2021 – 106 minutes
Nocebo by Lorcan Finnegan – Ireland UK, Philippines, USA | 2022 – 96 minutes

Digitally Restored Classics
In The Mood for Love by Wong Kar-wai – Hong Kong, France | 2000 – 98 minutes
Itim (The Rites of May) by Mike de Leon – Philippines | 1976 – 105 minutes

Advance Screenings
Argentina, 1985 by Santiago Mitre – Argentina, UK, USA | 2022 – 140 minutes
Bones and All by Luca Guadagnino – Italy, USA | 2022 – 130 minutes
Nanny by Nikyatu Jusu – USA | 2022 – 97 minutes
She Said by Maria Schrader – USA | 2022 – 128 minutes

Asian Shorts Section
Dancing Colors by M. Reza Fahriyansyah – Indonesia | 2022 – 15 minutes
Four Nights by Deepak Rauniyar – USA, Mexico, Nepal | 2022 – 16 minutes
Lili Alone by Zou Jing – China, Hong Kong, Singapore | 2021 – 22 minutes
Papaya by Timmy Harn – Philippines | 2022 – 6 minutes
The Headhunter’s Daughter by Don Josephus Raphael Eblahan – Philippines | 2022 – 15 minutes
The Water Murmurs by Story Chen – China | 2022 – 15 minutes

For more information, please follow the festival via: https://www.facebook.com/QCinemaPH

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