KINSE: The ANC Human Rights Film Series


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May 19, 2011 – ANC, the ABS-CBN News Channel, launched “Kinse”, a collection of four to six-minute short films on the subject of human rights. It is part of the year-long celebration of ANC’s 15th anniversary of service.

The series is a collection of short films directed by 15 of the country’s finest filmmakers. Each filmmaker is given the creative freedom and the funding by ANC and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands with the support of The Commission of Human Rights.

Kinse” is the second independent film series on television after the success of Ambisyon 2010 which depicted the true state of the nation in the hope of influencing the Filipino voter.

After the success of their participation in last year’s Ambisyon 2010, directors Erik Matti, Kiri Dalena, Jon Red, Raymond Red and Paolo Villaluna return to ANC as part of 15 filmmakers that will be advocating human rights. Joining them are Ato Bautista, Richard Somes, Ray Gibraltar, Auraeus Solito, Mark Meily, Raymund Amonoy, Kidlat de Guia, Nico Puertollano, Carlos Siguon Reyna and Jim Libiran. All of these directors offered their time and talents to work pro bono for this project.

Executive producer, Patricia Evangelista, said that the films in “Kinse” will tackle various issues such as women’s rights, children’s rights, gay rights, labor rights, indigenous rights, press freedom, right to information and the freedom to live freely.

Mainstream actresses Anne Curtis and Gina Alajar will take part in one of the short films in the series. In the film “Nang Tumambad ang Hubad na Katotohanan”, Curtis plays a 28 year-old woman who, despite the firm objection of her parents, wants to appear in an adult movie. Director Erik Matti disclosed that his short film will tackle the right of the person to live freely; to live the life he/she wanted.

Palanca-awardee Jim Libiran, through his film, Batch 2011, tells the story of young men entering a ‘brotherhood’. It is his way of telling the graduates of this generation to protect democracy.

In his movie, “Intolerance”, Director Paolo Villaluna tells the story of a little boy whose life was cut short because society didn’t approve of his sexual preferences.

ANC will air a six-part TV special on “Kinse” hosted by actress and human rights advocate Angel Aquino beginning May 23, 2011, Monday, 9:30p.m. on SkyCable channel 47.

Get to know more about the films and the directors of “Kinse” at www.kinse.tv.

DIRECTOR FILM RIGHT/FREEDOM

Erik Matti

Nang Tumambad ang Hubad na Katotohan

Right to live freely

Ato Bautista

Pilay

Freedom from violence

Richard Somes

1942

Children’s rights

Ray Gibraltar

Manilyn’s Dress and the Peking Duck

Indigenous rights

Auraeus Solito

Indigenous Pelikula

Indigenous rights

Mark Meily

Kaninong Boses

Freedom of speech

Paolo Villaluna

Intolerance

Gay rights

Raymond Red

Bangin

Labor rights

Jon Red

Absent

Children’s rights

Raymund Amonoy

Liham Para Kay Marlo

Women’s rights

Kiri Dalena

Memorial for Filipino Journalists

Press freedom

Kidlat de Guia

ANC 19

Indigenous rights

Nico Puertollano

Labinlima

Women’s rights

Carlos Siguon Reyna

Choices

Women’s rights

Jim Libiran

Batch 2011

Right to information

 


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  1. the first video talks about morality. 2nd talks about brotherhood. parehong mabigat na issues. hay naisip ko tuloy “what if” mangyari ‘to sa mga anak ko? parang di ko kakayanin. “just in case” mangyari, at tumutol ako. binabalewala ko ba rights nila?

  2. same here..I like the works of Erik Matti as always..award winning and well deserve of International recognition..daming na-ta-tackle becuase of this film..