Art Fair Philippine recently kicked off the “10 Days of Art” with a dedicated film exhibit to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Philippine cinema this year. The display showcased at the Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati was made in partnership with Samsung.
The exhibit entitled “The Unconfined Cinema: An Outdoor Cinema Experience” was curated by film critic Philbert Dy, award-winning writer and editor Erwin Romulo, and film archivist and historian Teddy Co. Attendees were treated to a different kind of film viewing.
The venue was decorated with carpets and pillows, allowing guests to lay down and blockbuster movies such as “One more Chance” which was projected on the ceiling of the dome. Guests were also given the option to stream the audio directly to their smartphones via the CiNet.com app.
Fans were also treated to a live script reading of “That Thing Called Tadhana” with director Antoinette Jadaone and the lead stars of “One More Chance” John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo, with the help of a Samsung 82-inch Premium UHD 4K TV.
The Unconfined Cinema experience continues with runs of QCinema 2019 Shorts, “Sunday Beauty Queen”, and “Never Not Love You.”
The Samsung 82-inch UHD 4K TVs offer real 4K picture quality, and smart access to online content streaming services and apps to enjoy the best of one’s home viewing experience.