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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Dec 4, 2017

Want To Know More About The Local Film Industry, Attend The Mowelfund Seminar For Distribution & Exhibition At Sampaguita Gardens On December 7

THE MOVIE WORKERS Welfare Foundation (MOWELFUND) has a big upcoming project in cooperation with the National Cinema Association the Philippine (NCAP). If you already know the ABC’s of filmmaking, now is the time to learn about its D&E, Distribution and Exhibition.

A seminar on how to distribute and exhibit your own films will be held this Thursday, December 7, 9 AM to 6 PM, at the Sampaguita Gardens on 36 Valencia St., QC.

The speakers and panelists include Evelyn Advincula (of Robinsons Cinemas), James Bartolome (Ayala Cinemas), Christian Caparas (Vista Malls), Dominic Du (NCAP), JJ Jacob (Warner Brothers), Maan Lopez (SM Cinemas) and Ronnie Ronquillo (Columbia Pictures).

Fee is only P1,000, inclusive of meals, cost of material, seminar implements and information packages. For reservations, please contact Mowelfund’s secretariat at 7271915 and 7211961 or email mowelfund1974@yahoo.com. Please look for Emma Mon-alon, Edwin Joaquin and Ricky Orellana.

The Mowelfund is a non-stock, non-profit welfare organization established in 1974 by Joseph Estarda to provide benefits to contractual and marginalized film industry workers.