"Senior Year" returns to the cinemas!

Great news for people who missed Senior Year during its limited run! Because of the barrage of positive feedback the independently-produced film has received from critics and movie-goers alike, it has been granted the chance to be shown again on TriNoma and Glorietta 4 cinemas from tomorrow until the 19th of April!

I received a private message from Miss Nissa Caguioa Miniano of Digitank Studios because of the blog post I made about the movie last month. I am happy to help good causes in any way I can; having graduated with a Mass Communications degree who also took up some classes in Film Making (plus the fact that watching movies is one of my favorite past-times), I believe promoting good movies is a worthy cause - even more so when it is made by fellow Filipinos who aim to uphold the quality of Philippine cinema.

Here is the announcement from Miss Nissa:
“Senior Year” screens at Trinoma & Glorietta 4 April 13-19
After a successful first theatrical run last March, the youth film “Senior Year” returns to the cinemas! 

“Senior Year” hits Trinoma and Glorietta 4 cinemas from April 13-19, 2011, marking another feat for this delightful full-length feature by filmmaker Jerrold Tarog. Previously, the film was given a Grade of A by the Cinema Evaluation Board. It also received an endorsement from the Department of Education (DepEd). 

The film tells the stories of ten students as they struggle through the last months towards graduation. Secrets are revealed, hearts are broken, and friendships are mended as the teens move towards the challenging world of adulthood.

The ensemble cast is a mix of professional and student-actors. Starring alongside recognized names Dimples Romana, LJ Moreno, Ina Feleo, Arnold Reyes, Che Ramos, Ramon Bautista and RJ Ledesma are newbies Daniel Clavecilla Medrana, Aaron John Tan Balana, Rosanne de Boda, Franzes Bunda, Mary Amirose Lojo, Daniel Lumain, Celina Penaflorida, Nikita Conwi, Eric Marquez and Sheila Marie Bulanhagui.

“Senior Year” is part of the Asian Digital Competition of the 2011 Hong Kong International Film Festival. It will also be screened at this year’s Jeonju International Film Festival in South Korea. 

Freebies and treats from Paez Shoes, Selecta, and Nice and Cool Watches, await viewers of the “Senior Year” second theatrical run. For more information, please check out the film’s Facebook page

Moviegoers may purchase tickets in advance. Tickets will be sold at the Trinoma cinema and Glorietta 4 cinema ticket booths beginning April 8 and at the “Senior Year” booth at the Ayala MRT Station from April 9-11, For online ticket purchases, go to www.sureseats.com. Students and teachers are entitled to P30 off the regular ticket price of P150. To avail of the discount, please show your official school ID at the ticket booth.
I read from the Facebook page that there'll be subtitles this time as well, so that's very helpful for some of our friends who may not have Filipino as their mother tongue :)

Here is the trailer, together with some blurbs from critics who've seen the film:



Watch it watch it watch it and relive high school once again! Watch it with your friends and spread the word! Support great quality films! ♥

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