Animo Night Sky goes indie

Students of De La Salle Lipa watching films during the Animo Night Sky at the Oval, Feb. 15. (A. Mojares)

For the third installment of Animo Night Sky, the College of Student Organizations (CSO) featured Lasallian indie films at the Oval, Feb. 15.

Sixteen Cineberde films were shown, namely Ten-Twenty, Sarong Aldaw, Liwayway, Ang Subo, Ang Paglisan, Ang Habangbuhay, Ang Payaso at ang Prinsesa, Abstansya, Samahang Nag-iisa, Elesi, Ang Lagda, Isang Libo’t Isang Beses, Abkdhl Sayo, Siphayo, Ikalwa and Aksyon Figyur.

Mariel Villanueva, CSO Executive Secretary, said that they did such to showcase Lasallian talents this year.

“For the past two years talaga [what we featured] are mainstream movies, lalo na yung international such as animated movies. This year naman, why not show or expose naman the skills and talents of Lasallian students,” she said.

Cineberde films are the final requirement of graduating AB Communication students.

Lipa Lasallians stayed to watch old Cineberde films. (A. Mojares)

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