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A scene from ‘Pamilya Ordinaryo’

“Pamilya Ordinaryo,” considered the most-awarded indie film of 2016, will be screened anew at several SM Cinemas.

The movie, directed by award winning director and writer Eduardo Roy Jr., stars Hasmine Killip and Ronwaldo Martin who play a couple of street-dwelling petty thieves.

Roy Jr. specifically targeted the millennial audience in crafting the film. He wants them to look more closely into the extra-challenging lives of some of their peers. The movie features foul-language and even quickie sex but it was approved without cuts by theMovie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) with an R-16 rating.

The film has bagged awards from some of the most prestigious film festivals abroad including the Audience Choice at the 13th Venice Days; Best Director and Best Actress at the 47th Hanoi International Film festival in Vietnam; Student Jury Prize at the 17th Tokyo FILMeX in Japan, and the latest one – Best Actress and Best Actor at the 12th Harlem International Film Festival held in New York, USA last month.

The SM Cinemas that will show “Pamilya Ordinaryo” from July 7 to 13 are at Mall of Asia, Fairview, Megamall, North EDSA, Southmall, Bacoor, Iloilo and Cebu.

Lovi Poe

Lovi Poe

Lovi Poe in Palawan

It seems Lovi Poe brought Magindara (character she plays on “Mulawin Vs. Ravena”) with her when she visited Palawan recently.

Based on her posts on Instagram, the actress really enjoyed her short vacation there. Her sizzling summer beach photos tickled the imagination of netizens.

Meanwhile, viewers eagerly await what will happen to the love affair of Magindara and Siklab (Dion Ignacio) on the primetime series that airs weeknights on GMA Telebabad.

Tidbits: Happy b-day greetings today, June 29, go to Girlie Capellan-Tan, Pabs Dadivas, Paula Peralejo, Alnette Tan, Dulce Catan, Emily Marcelo, Edna dela Cruz, Patricia Daza, Pamela Ayson, Iggy Tensuan, Cita Luciano, Chx Alcala, Atty. Jon Lopez, Ferdie Maglalang, Badette Martinez, Sylvia Malupeng, Paolo Santos, Lesley Anne Tan, Pauline Halili, and director-actress Gina Alajar… June 30: Inday Morales, Celeste Garcia, Zeny Flores, Joey Uy, Nycie Lachica, Pablo Salangsang, Prof. Manny Geslani, Oscar Maliuanag, and Alfred Labatos…

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