In an effort to conserve our colorful history through the lens of the motion picture, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) to bring back to the cinemas restored filipino films.
The MOU is spearheaded by the Dr. Rene Escalante the Chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines with the Film Development Council of the Philippines Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Tirso S. Cruz III and witnessed by the NCCA Executive Director Mr. Oscar G. Casaysay and FDCP OIC Executive Director Mr. David D. Fabros.
They aim to relaunch Mga Hiyas ng Sineng Filipino. The program aims to bring back the most important filipino restored films into the big screen as it is part of the mandate of the NCCA to develop and promote Philippine arts and culture while the FDCP’ aim is to protect and conserve our history and culture through restoration of original works of art in film to be accessible to the public to see and appreciate.
DZMJ Online asked the Chair and CEO of FDCP Tirso Cruz III on his take that the next restored film that would be shown is Ms. Nora Aunor’s “Himala” and his answer is in the video:
“slowly but surely we will be bringing back the glory of the film industry” FDCP Chair and CEO Tirso Cruz III this September will be starting on the 3rd sunday of the month 1:00PM admission is free but with an online registration.
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