Those who missed the theatrical release of “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, “Triangle of Sadness”, and “Plan 75” are in luck as TBA Studios brings back these award-winning movies for a special micro-cinema run at Cinema ’76 Film Society and Cinematheque Centres across the country.
The multiverse adventure of an aging Asian laundromat owner captured the hearts and attention of movie audiences when it opened in the Philippines last August and is continuing to do so hot on the heels of its major wins at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, a Best Supporting trophy for Ke Huy Quan and Best Actress for Michelle Yeoh.
Meanwhile, “Triangle of Sadness” made a major splash across movie lovers with its biting commentary on the rich and the privileged. But what made Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or-winning film a true hit among Filipinos is the presence of Dolly de Leon, whose scene-stealing performance of a luxury cruise toilet cleaner earned her a historic nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the recently concluded Golden Globes. De Leon’s nomination garnered a new wave of interest for the film especially for those who missed it during its initial theatrical run and limited QCinema International Film Festival screenings.
Finally, another Filipina making a mark in the international scene is Fil-Japanese actress Stefanie Arianne, who plays the role of a caregiver in the critically acclaimed Japanese dystopian drama “Plan 75”. Chie Hayakawa’s full-length debut is Japan’s submission to the 90th Academy Awards and though the film didn’t make the final nomination, critics worldwide still hailed it as one of the best movies of the year.
“Everything Everywhere All At Once”, “Triangle of Sadness” and “Plan 75” are distributed by TBA Studios.
Catch these films at Cinema ’76 Tomas Morato and Cinematheque Manila, Iloilo, Davao, Negros, and Nabunturan in the following dates and times.
For a full list of schedules, follow Cinema ’76 Film Society on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Visit CinemathequeMNL on Facebook for more details.
Cinema ’76 Film Society is located at 2/F Terraces Bldg., Tomas Morato cor. Scout Borromeo, Quezon City.