1st Wave

AUGUST 7, 2020 | 8 pm

Pondo Paniid
Amiga Taka
Gidid-an
Baynte Noybi
Kinulong nga Kagawasan
Honor

2nd Wave

AUGUST 8, 2020 | 8 pm

Bus Terminal
Amahan Namo
Alindahaw
Dina
Balut
Ang Pagbalik sa Ugat Hinungdan
A Short Film About Growing Up

3rd Wave

AUGUST 14, 2020 | 8 pm

Saag na mga Kalag
Isoy
Genuino
Baile
Abi
Mata Na

4th Wave

AUGUST 15, 2020 | 8 pm

Budots: The Craze
Tabyog
Asaddi
Tabon
Quebradura
Bootleg

5th Wave

AUGUST 21, 2020 | 8 pm

Condolence
Touch Me Not
Lab Rats
Baruganan
Hinulsol
Ghetto Ride

6th Wave

AUGUST 22, 2020 | 8 pm

Maglabay Ra In Sakit
Anong Nangyari kay Andrew Magsilang
Pik Pik
Rescatarme (Rescue Me)
Anggulo
Leg Day
Trabungko

7th Wave

AUGUST 28, 2020 | 8 pm

A(wake)
Mangungukoy
Pamalugu (In Limbo)
Lazaro’s Trip

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18TH

MINDANAO

FILM FESTIVAL

CALL FOR ENTRIES

DEADLINE: OCTOBER 9, 2020

Full – length, short films, documentaries, student films and animated films. All types and genres are welcome!

Films must have been completed within October 2019 to October 2020.

18TH

MINDANAO

FILM FESTIVAL

CALL FOR ENTRIES

DEADLINE:
OCTOBER 9, 2020

Full – length, short films, documentaries, student films and animated films. All types and genres are welcome!

Films must have been completed within October 2019 to October 2020. 

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Our Story

An annual film festival that showcases films that tell the unique and fascinating stories of Mindanao.

Tracing its roots to 2003, the Mindanao Film Festival is the longest-running regional film festival in the Philippines, and the longest-running independent film festival in the country.

Starting out as the Guerrilla Filmmaking Festival, it was eventually referred to as the Mindanao Film Festival in 2005.

The annual film festival is held every first or second week of December, and accepts films made by Mindanaon filmmakers, films shot in Mindanao, and films about, related to, or set in Mindanao.

The main objectives of the Mindanao Film Festival is to support the filmmakers of Mindanao by promoting and showcasing the wonderful and fascinating stories their films have to tell, and introducing their films to new and greater audiences.

Run by the Mindanao Film & Television Development Foundation Inc., this year’s Mindanao Film Festival is made possible with the support of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the Davao Autism Intervention Center, Inc.

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