Microcinema Cinema ’76 finally reopens after almost two years

Who misses the halls and comfy seats of Cinema ’76? Good news because they’re finally back after almost two years! Movie lovers’ best-kept secret, Cinema ‘76 Film Society, has finally reopened its Anonas branch in Quezon City, after almost two years of halted operations due to the pandemic. The microcinema, known as a populist venue …

Cinema ‘76 Café expands its cinematic universe of delectable drinks

Like any cinematic universe, TBA Studios’ movie-themed coffee shop Cinema ‘76 Cafe is expanding its menu, introducing 13 must-try coffee and non-coffee variations. If you need your espresso shots to save the day, you can choose between Caramel Macchiato and White Mocha. Caramel Macchiato served hot or iced is made with vanilla syrup, freshly steamed …

Cinema ‘76 Café offers a unique al fresco, movie-themed dining experience

Filipino moviegoers have surely missed going to the cinemas. While that experience is irreplaceable, TBA Studios offers an alternative option that will surely bring fond memories to local cinephiles as it launches Cinema ’76 Café on June 11. Cinema ’76 Café is an al fresco dining spot located on the second floor of the Anonas …

Cinema ’76 Wraps Up Pride Month Celebration with “Pride Sesh”

In celebration of Pride Month, Cinema ’76 Film Society, the metro’s pioneer micro-cinema, will be hosting PRIDE SESH, a meaningful discussion on “Pride in the Filipino Film Industry”.  This session’s panel will be led by industry experts and members of the LGBT community both in front and behind the camera. The list of speakers include Jay Altarejos (Kasal), Rod Singh (Mamu …

Sigrid Andrea Bernardo Movies at Cinema ’76 this National Women’s Month

Cinema ’76 is featuring the works Sigrid Andrea Bernardo starting March 9 in celebration of National Women’s Month. For one whole week, movie fans can catch four of the filmmaker’s award-winning and most talked-about feature length films. Huling Cha-Cha Anita (2013). The breakout hit of the first ever CineFilipino Film Festival is a coming-of-age drama that …

Celebrate Pride Month With Cinema ’76’s “LGBT Week”

Cinema ’76 commemorates Pride Month with a week-long celebration of the best indie films that highlights LGBT themes and characters. Currently, the microcinema is showcasing movies from TBA Studios that feature memorable LGBT characters like Daddy Leo from the award-winning documentary “Sunday Beauty Queen”, the mysterious nurse, Lilibeth, from the psychological thriller “Bliss”, and everyone’s favorite gay BFF, …

Lem Lorca Films, Unlucky Plaza & Gino M. Santos Films at Cinema ’76

This month Cinema ’76 Film Society presents works from some of the most promising independent filmmakers here and abroad. Currently playing until May 12 are films from award-winning director Lem Lorca. Among these films are, Lorca’s “Water Lemon” starring Junjun Quintana, Tessie Tomas, and Alessandra de Rossi and his Cinemalaya 2012 entry “Into Syokoy” starring …