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17
Jan
11

Ateneo Celadon: Chinese Spring Film Festival 2011


The Ateneo de Manila University Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies and Confucius Institute in partnership with Celadon and Shangri-La Plaza has once again organized the Spring Film Festival of Chinese films at the Shang Cineplex from January 26- February 1, 2011 the Shang Cineplex  (Premiere Theater)

The screening schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, 26 January 2011
MULAN (1:47) 7:30-9:20PM

Thursday, 27 January 2011
FOREVER ENTHRALLED (2:20) 2.00-4.20PM
THE GRAND RIVER (1:37) 4:50-6:30PM
MULAN (1:47) 7.00-8.50PM
THE QUEEN OF COOKING (1:30) 9.20-10.50PM

Friday, 28 January 2011
THE GRAND RIVER 2.00-3.40PM
MULAN 4.10-6.00PM
THE QUEEN OF COOKING 6.30-8.00PM
FOREVER ENTHRALLED 8.30-10.50PM

Saturday, 29 January 2011
THE QUEEN OF COOKING 2.00-3.30PM
THE GRAND RIVER 4.00-5.40PM
FOREVER ENTHRALLED 6.10-8.30PM
MULAN 9.00-10.50PM

Sunday, 30 January 2011
THE QUEEN OF COOKING  2.00-3.30PM
FOREVER ENTHRALLED 4.00-6.20PM
THE GRAND RIVER 6.50-8.30PM
MULAN  9.00-10.50PM

Monday, 31 January 2011
FOREVER ENTHRALLED  2.00-4.20PM
THE QUEEN OF COOKING 4.50-6.20PM
MULAN 6.50-8.40PM
THE GRAND RIVER  9.10-10.50PM

Tuesday, 1 February 2011
THE GRAND RIVER 2.00-3.40PM
FOREVER ENTHRALLED 4.10-6.30PM
THE QUEEN OF COOKING 7.00-8.30PM
MULAN 9.00-10.50PM

Sponsors of this festival include the Confucius Institute, Credit Suisse Bank, Flexo Manufacturing Corporation, Hyundai Asia Resources Incorporated, Jollibee Foods Corporation, Richwell Trading Corporation, Pfizer, Fortmed Medical Clinics Incorporated, Redpeak Capital Holdings Incorporated and Remal Enterprises Incorporated.

For more information, please call Ateneo Leong Center 426-6001 local 5208-5209; 5280. For tickets, please call Shang Cineplex at 633-2227.

Re-posting from the Ateneo website.

25
Jan
10

Ateneo Celadon: Chinese Spring Film Festival 2010

Films (Chinese-language with English subtitles):

1. In Love We Trust 左右 (115 mins)
Directed by Wang Xiaoshuai. Winner of the Silver Bear at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival.

Meizhu and Xiaolu were once happily married and a lovely daughter, Hehe, is born to them. After their divorce, both remarry, but when Hehe contracts leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant from a sibling, they face the dilemma of their lives. Their loyalty, relationships, love and commitment are all put to the test.

2. Cape No. 7 海角七号 (133 mins)
Directed by Wei Te-Sheng. Multi-awarded at the 2008 Golden Horse Awards, Grand Prize in the 2008 Asian Marine Film Festival.

Aga, a frustrated-rock-star-turned-substitute-postman, tries to form a band for a concert organized by the Japanese talent agent, Tomoko. They soon find themselves linked to an earlier time, when a Japanese schoolteacher fell in love with a Taiwanese girl he had to leave behind. This romantic comedy-musical, the all-time movie blockbuster of Taiwan, is a fresh approach to Taiwan’s history as a Japanese colony.

3. The World 世界 (105 mins)
Directed by Jia Zhangke. Best Foreign Film at the Toronto Film Critics Association (2005).

‘The World’ refers to a theme park that invites visitors to see the world without leaving Beijing. With its replicas of world icons such as the Eiffel Tower and the leaning tower of Pisa, the park and its shows are a glittering attraction, but behind it are lonely workers struggling to communicate and find love. The story follows the pretty dancer Tao and the security guard Taisheng in a film that tries to reflect on the fate of individuals in the face of globalization.

4. Seventeen Years 過年回家 (85mins)
Directed by Zhang Yuan. Won Best Director at the Shanghai Film Critics Award (2000) and the Singapore International Film Festival (2000).

In her teenage years, Tao Lan accidentally kills her stepsister and is convicted of murder. After seventeen years, she is granted a new year’s furlough, but her parents do not fetch her from prison. Tao Lan befriends a prison guard who helps her mount a reunion with her family, but after the tragedy and the heartache, is a reunion possible?

Show Times

February 3, 2010 (Wednesday)
In Love We Trust – 11:35am-1:30pm
Cape No. 7 – 2:00-4:15pm
The World – 4:45-7:00pm
Seventeen Years – 8:30-9:55pm (invitational screening)

February 4, 2010 (Thursday)
Seventeen Years – 2:00-3:25pm
The World – 3:55-6:10pm
Cape No. 7 – 6:40-8:55pm
In Love We Trust – 9:25-11:20pm

February 5, 2010 (Friday)
The World – 2:00-4:15pm
In Love We Trust – 4:45-6:40pm
Cape No. 7 – 7:10-9:25pm
Seventeen Years – 9:55-11:20pm

February 6, 2010 (Saturday)
Seventeen Years – 2:00-3:25pm
The World – 3:55-6:10pm
In Love We Trust – 6:40-8:35pm
Cape No. 7 – 9:05-11:20pm

February 7, 2010 (Sunday)
Seventeen Years – 2:00-3:25pm
Cape No. 7 – 3:55-6:10pm
The World – 6:40-8:55pm
In Love We Trust – 9:25-11:20pm

February 8, 2010 (Monday)
The World – 2:00-4:15pm
Seventeen Years – 4:45-6:10pm
In Love We Trust – 6:40-8:35pm
Cape No. 7 – 9:05-11:20pm

February 9, 2010 (Tuesday)
Cape No. 7 – 2:00-4:15pm
In Love We Trust – 4:45-6:40pm
Seventeen Years – 7:10-8:35pm
The World – 9:05-11:20pm

Related Event: Chinese Painting Exhibit

When and where: February 3-11, Grand Atrium, 2F Shangri-La Mall
What: An exhibit by the Chan Lim Family & Ateneo Confucius Institute Chinese Painting Students

What is the Spring Film Festival?

The project aims to promote Chinese culture in Metro Manila by showcasing the talents of the Chinese in the media and in the arts through Chinese movies. The project seeks to continue the film festival that was started by the Chinese department 2 years ago (January 2007). This year, the organization will continue to play a bigger role in terms of promotions, logistical needs and procurement of sponsors.

The Spring Film Festival is a project of the Ateneo Celadon Culturals Department together with the Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies of the Ateneo de Manila University. This project is a week-long film showing Chinese movies that will embark upon the different genres of the film industry. The films will be shown at a selected theater and tickets will be sold to everyone interested. This project aims to promote the artistic but more importantly the cultural heritage of Mandarin-based movies.

20
Sep
09

Event: Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration and Chinese Painting

22
Jan
09

Spring Film Festival 2009 Schedule

The Spring Film Festival 2009 which is hosted by Shangri-la Plaza, Ateneo Celadon and the Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies in partnership with the Confucius Institute  present this year’s Spring Film Festival. Featuring 4 shows, and other available presentations in lieu of the Lunar New Year. Due to many complaints that the schedule of the shows cannot be seen, I’ll be enumerating the schedules as well as the explanation of the movies, for those who are not able to see the picture clearly as seen here.

Luxury Car directed by: Jiang Cheng

A country schoolteacher reaching retirement comes to Wuhan in search of his only son His dying wife has requested to see her boy one last time. He is met by his daughter Yanhong who introduces him to her boyfriend, and a policeman who sympathizes with his plight and agrees to help him find his son. Things get complicated when the policeman recognizes the boyfriend, who drives a luxury car, for his involvement in a past crime. The film explores the generational conflict i modern China between parents brought up under traditional communist values and their grown-up children now accustomed to a socially freer existence.

All the Way directed by: Shi RunJiu

An innocent is drawn into a life of crime by a woman’s wiles in this drama from China. Wang (Jiang Wu) is a naive truck diver who while hauling freight one day gives a ride to Molly (Karen Mok), a pretty girl who works at a beauty salon. What Wang doesn’t know is that Molly’s boyfriend is a professional thief. Through his generosity he is drawn into a heist planned by Molly and her significant other; when the crime attracts the attention of the police, Wang finds himself sinking deeper into hot water. All the Way also features Chang Cheng-yu. Guang Yue and Qi Zhi.

Electric Shadows directed by: Xiao Jiang

This first feature from director Xiao Jiang centers around the trials and tribulations of a pair of film loves during the Cultural Revolution.

A World Without Thieves directed by: Feng XiaoGang

Bo and Li should have made the perfect Bonnie and Clyde. Partners in crime and passion, the couple swindle their way across China, until one fine day Li suddenly decides to call it quits, both to her egregious lifestyle and to her entanglement with Bo. It is at this crossroad in their lives and relationships that they run into Fu Gen in a train station, an encounter that will alter their fate forever.

Daily Schedules

Jan 21

100-230 Luxury Car

300-425 All the Way

455-630 Electric Shadow

730 World Without Thieves (invitational screening)

Jan 22

220-400 World Without Thieves

430-695 Electric Shadows

635-800 All the Way

830-1000 Luxury Car

Jan 23

220-345 All the Way

415-545 Luxury Car

615-755 World Without Thieves

825-1000 Electric Shadows

Jan 24

220-350 Luxury Car

420-545 All the Way

615-750 Electric Shadows

820-1000 World Without Thieves

Jan 25

220-400 World Without Thieves

430-695 Electric Shadows

635-800 All the Way

830-1000 Luxury Car

Jan 26

220-355 Electric Shadows

425-605 World Without Thieves

635-805 Luxury Car

835-1000 All the Way

Jan 27

220-345 All the Way

415-545 Luxury Car

615-755 World Without Thieves

825-1000 Electric Shadows

19
Jan
09

Ateneo Celadon: Chinese Spring Film Festival 2009

 

 

The Ateneo de Manila University
Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies
and Ateneo Celadon
present this year’s

 

Spring Film Festival

At the Shangri-la Plaza Mall

From January 21-27


Get your tickets now for only P100

Join us as well in other activities such as:

The Chinese Painting Exhibit
Jan 21-22, Atrium, 2F Shangri-la Mall
By the Chan Lim Family &
The Ateneo Confucius Institute Chinese Painting Students

Qi Gong Demonstration
Jan 24, Wellness center, 5F Shangri-la Mall
by Dr. Francisco Navarro V &
The Ateneo Traditional Chinese Medicine Students

Chinese Painting Workshops
Jan 25, 3-4pm & 4-5pm, Atrium, 2F Shangri-la Mall
By the Chan Lim Family &
The Ateneo Confucius Institute Chinese Painting Students

Come and celebrate the Chinese New Year with us!




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