Casa Gorordo Museum screens Sinulog film entries, holds art contest

The Casa Gorordo Museum will be screening the 42 entries to the 2017 Sinulog Short Film Festival. This year, there are 26 short films, 13 video documentaries, and three music videos.

As a way of getting more young Cebuanos to appreciate local culture and heritage, the Casa Gorordo Museum is also holding its art contest called “A House in the Parian: The Casa Gorordo Museum Art Contest”.

Casa Gorordo Museum screening Sinulog film entries

Casa Gorordo Museum screens Sinulog film entries, holds art contest | Cebu Finest

Screening is at 6 p.m. from January 31 (Tuesday) to February 3 (Friday). There is a consumable fee of ₱70 for food and drinks. Bringing of food and drinks from outside is not allowed.

The following is the screening schedule:

January 31, 2017 (Tuesday)

Music Videos
“Pag-ampo” By Ademar Adaza Ochotorena
“Halad” By Frenyx P. Tarongoy
“Batang Balaan” By Aldo Nelbert Banaynal

Video Documentaries
“Perfecta” By Jose Jeffrey Cabrera, Jr.
“Tokhangyo Niño” By Alan Pacional Domingo
“Bugsay” By Irene Gonzales

Short Films
“Kandila” By Pete Elizar C. Tiongzon
“Lalaluz” By Manuel M. Avenido
“Sulo” By Fritzie L. Hinampas
“Taghoy” By Cresente A. Estoce, Jr.
“Eye Glasses” By Aubry Lerio
“Inahan” By Jose Cabrera, Jr.

February 1, 2017 (Wednesday)

Music Videos
“Pag-ampo” By Ademar Adaza Ochotorena
“Halad” By Frenyx P. Tarongoy
“Batang Balaan” By Aldo Nelbert Banaynal

Video Documentaries
“Crossing Jordan” By Angeli Sarmiento
“Kung Tam-is Ang Kinabuhi” By Angunette Clare Bacalso
“Wagayway” By Primo Anric Alesna Boholst

Short Films
“Mr. Mauy and Me” By Chloe Veloso/Maui Recia
“Sentro Sa Universe” By Alyssa Ashley Manugas
“Basurera” By Alan Pacional Domingo
“Within The Firing Line” By Christopher Eli Razo Hubahib
“Niña” By Maria Angelie So
“Onin (Ang Deboto)” By Ralph Tamayo and Danilo Lopez, Jr.
“Circle” By Ryan Richard Umbaña

February 2, 2017 (Thursday)

Music Videos
“Pag-ampo” By Ademar Adaza Ochotorena
“Halad” By Frenyx P. Tarongoy
“Batang Balaan” By Aldo Nelbert Banaynal

Video Documentaries
“Sayaw Sa Kalinaw” By Ademar Adaza Ochotorena
“Finding Niño” By Lindsey Banaynal
“The Boy From Mechelen” By Remton Zuasola

Short Films
“Sa-Ad” By Franz Arrogante
“Basura” By Jerald Peloca
“Sumbong” By Ronald Gonzales
“Pagdayag” By Jowilea Niña A. Tulod
“Sugilanon Ni Lukas” By Niño Justin Tecson
“Portal 40” By Philip Lapinid IV
“Kuy” By Paul C. Gahi

February 3, 2017 (Friday)

Music Videos
“Pag-ampo” By Ademar Adaza Ochotorena
“Halad” By Frenyx P. Tarongoy
“Batang Balaan” By Aldo Nelbert Banaynal

Video Documentaries
“Balaang Duaw” By Richard Nayne
“Tokhangyo Niño” By Alan Pacional Domingo
“”Search for the Aswang” By Matthew Everett

Short Films
“Sa Colon” By Shaunwyn Henery Catubigan
“Uswag Pambujan” By Noriel Jarito
“Desisyon” By Astro James Lugo
“Pas-an” By Jerry Jumawan
“Milagros” By Januar Yap
“Working Title” By Samantha Solidum
“Sa-Ad” By Franz Arrogante

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Casa Gorordo Museum holds art contest

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The art contest is open to youths aged 12-16 years old and residents of Cebu or enrolled in Cebu schools. The competition is in two categories – “House” and “Object”. Contestants can choose to send an entry for either or both categories.

If a contestant chooses to join the “house” category, he would need to do an artistic rendering of the Casa Gorordo Museum. If the contestant chooses the “Object” category, he must do an artistic rendering of any object in the Casa Gorordo Museum.

The art contest has a registration fee of ₱500, which is inclusive of a two-hour tour of the museum, a complimentary beverage, and an artist competition kit. The registration period is from February 5 to March 14, 2017.



Contestants can join the museum tour anytime from February 15 to March 15. During this time, they will select their object and category in which they wish to join. Contestants are allowed to take photos of their desired subject/subjects.



For more information, you may contact the Casa Gorordo Museum at (032) 411 1767 or email at casagorordomuseum@rafi.org.ph today.

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