The Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP) together with the Miriam College Department of Communication, Communications Society, and the National Commission on Culture and the Arts will have an ISHcreening on Monday, September 3, 2012 starting at 11 AM at the Miriam College Little Theater.
ISHcreening is a celebration of the colourful life and meaningful works of director and people’s artist Ishmael Bernal. He was recognized as National Artist for Cinema in 2001, Director of the Decade by the Catholic Mass Media Awards, four-time Best Director by the Urian Awards, and given the ASEAN Cultural Award in Communication Arts in 1993.
Two films directed by Ishmael Bernal will be screened at Miriam College’s Little Theater on Monday. First will be “Nunal sa Tubig (1977)” an awardee of Urian’s Best Film of the Decade in 1981, followed by the original “Working Girls (1984)”. A short open forum will commence after every screening. ISHcreening is part of CAP’s tribute series on Ishmael Bernal which include an on-going production of a documentary.