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11 Classic Filipino Films Digitally Restored, Remastered for Posterity
Now showing at Power Plant Mall through next week.
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Eleven favorite Filipino films from decades past have been digitally restored and remastered via ABS-CBN’s Film restoration project. Catch them onscreen through April 12 at the Rockwell Power Plant Cinemas in Makati as part of the REELive the Classics series.

Present at last night’s premiere showing of the restored Sa Aking Mga Kamay were members of the film’s cast and crew including actor Aga Muhlach and screenwriter Ricky Lee. The film was first released in theaters 21 years ago.




The ABS-CBN Film Restoration Project is a project of the ABS-CBN Film Archives in partnership with Central Digital Lab, Inc. The project aims to digitally restore and remaster over 2,400 Filipino films in the archives.

“Enjoy watching the films which we have lovingly restored and brought back to the screens for you,”  says Manet Dayrit, president of Central Digital Lab. “Without your patronage we wouldn’t be able to continue our advocacy.”

Central Digital Lab has restored 133 films for the project since 2012. The first digitally restored film to be released was Himala, with a script also written by Lee. It was followed by Oro, Plata, Mata. 


The restored films for this series are: Sa Aking Mga Kamay, Kung Ako na Lang Sana, Basta’s Kasama Kita, Sana Maulit Muli, All My Life, Haplos, Hihintayin Kita sa Langit, Batang PX, Magic Temple, Kokey, and Labs Kita…Okey Ka Lang?

See you at the cinema!

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