Nestle’s Kasambuhay Habambuhay

Nestle’s Kasambuhay, Habambuhay short film anthology features  10 stories that showcases how Nestle has become a part of our lives. Nestle products has always been a part of our lives. in my life there is this one product that I has been with me since childhood, Milo and Nescafe. Nestle’s Kasambuhay, Habambuhay was filmed in celebration of 100 years of solid commitment in providing Good Food, Good Life.

The Howl & the Fussyket, Chris Martinez.

The film is about a student’s dream of winning a declamation contest.  It’s a comedy showcasing the value of perseverance and family.

Unplugged, Raul Jorolan

I love the message of this film.  I strongly agree that kids nowadays need to detach from their virtual world to engage and see the beauty of real life.  As the film says, disconnected to reconnect.

Silup, Jun Reyes

They were called, lis-pu, parak, and now silup.  A story of a tough Manila cop at work but soon changes as soon as he disarms himself.

Isang Tasang Pangarap, Sid Maderazo

A fresh approach to classic, award winning movie of Ishmael Bernal.  A story of a person’s search for a better life suddenly gifted with the ability to tell the future. The film dwells on hope and contentment.

Sali Salita A/F Benaza

Three different generations each teaching each other a lesson in life. A children story book writer who doesn’t have time to tell stories to his son.

Oh! Pa Ra Sa Ta U Wa Yeah!, Jeorge Agcaoli

Nicos has parents taught him a lesson in courting women by providing handing him that 100-year old manual containing the secrets in courtship.  Spoiler, this is a musical film nothing about  sensa reviews

Downtown, Stephen Ngo

One of my favorites.  Just watch.

Tingala Sa Baba, Henry Frejas

If I were to rate list down my top 10 this will be on the top spot.  Very simple yet it represents big issues that arises as we mature.  The child actors and the director did a great job.

Cookin Mo, Cooking Ko, Christ Martinez

A funny version of Romeo and Juliet filipinized presented in a Shakespearean way.

Sign Seeker, Carlo Directo

Do you wish for signs and yet when it materializes you deny it and wish more signs to support the former. I can relate to this, not because I look like John Lloyd.  Wishing for signs yet doesn’t believe it when it happens.

The Kasambuhay, Habambuhay Short Film Anthology is also going to be exhibited at the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival in France this month and on June 11 and 12 you will get a chance to see it for free at SM Megamall. Come early because it’ll surely be very crowded.

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  1. eubert marc delacruz 06/10/2011

    Thank you so much for the very nice message about the Film, and picking it as your top favorite, obviously its mine too….

  2. wentot 06/10/2011 — Post Author

    Thanks for taking time to comment on my blog. You did a good job, I hope to see you more in the movies.

  3. Job 06/11/2011

    Tingala sa Baba is my top choice, too! Then Downtown (i loved the tone), and Isang Tasang Pangarap (too commercial though). The musical was the worst! Couldn’t say more! Unplugged has a nice message but its screenplay was poorly structured and a mediocre direction FYI.

  4. wentot 06/11/2011

    I totally agree with you. There were films that has a great message but the execution failed. They are still worth watching.

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