Tag Archives: SBIFF

Aeta Tribes Watch “Tell Me Your Dreams” in Day 1 of Subic Filmfest

Aetas from the Kanawan Tribe of Morong, and Pastolan Tribe of Hermosa, both in Bataan province, came to see the movie “Tell Me Your Dreams,” starring Aiko Melendez, a movie based on the real life story of a school teacher’s dedication and sacrifices to bring… [More]

SBIFF 2019: “The Maid in London” out, “Bubog” in as Demo Film (by Iya Oliva)

Subic Bay Freeport – – – The Subic Bay International Film Festival has announced that “The Maid in London” has been disqualified as an official entry in this year’s festival set to begin tomorrow, Friday, June 21, 2019 at Harbor Point Mall’s  Cinema 4. “We… [More]

Official Nominees of the 2nd Subic Bay Int’l Film Festival (by Louella G. Vizcocho)

  The Subic Bay International Film Festival (SBIFF) has released the official nominees for various awards at stake in this year’s event. The Nominees are: BEST PICTURE 1957 Jesusa Kids of War Rendezvous Tell Me Your Dreams The Maid in London BEST IN SCREENPLAY 1957                             -… [More]

“Ride the Wave,” Theme of The Subic Bay International Film Festival

To watch the video, listen and sing along, pls. click this link: → Ride The Wave (Official Theme of the Subic Bay International Film Festival)

Big Stars in the 2nd Subic Bay Int’l Film Festival (by Iya G. Oliva)

SIX (6) films which made the cut at the screening of entries to the 2nd Subic Bay International Film Festival (SBIFF) will start showing on Friday, June 21 until June 23, at the Harbor Point Mall, Ayala Malls Cinema, in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. “As in last… [More]

Subic Bay News Vol 11 No 22

Subic Bay News Vol 11 No 22 in pdf. please click …sbn11no22  

Successful 1st Subic Bay  International Film Festival

  By Iya G. Oliva Subic Bay Freeport — It took two Olongapo City locals, both former ABS-CBN newspersons, to finally launch the first Subic Bay International Film Festival (SBIFF) here recently Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr., now publisher of Subic Bay News and president &… [More]

Snooky, Aiko and Tessie Tomas Vie for SBIFF Best Actress Award

by Zarianne E. Palma   VETERANS Tessie Tomas, Snooky Serna and Aiko Melendez are among the nominees for Best Actress in the 1st Subic Bay International Film Festival (SBIFF). Tomas topbills “Old Skool” as an old woman who went back to school determined to finish… [More]