Bonifacio now available for global audience via Cinetropa
(The Philippine Star) - January 28, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – Cinetropa.com, the Filipino movie-streaming site based in the US, kicks off the new year with the streaming of Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo (International Version) in HD recently. The movie is also available to watch in other countries.

An official entry to the 2014 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), the Robin Padilla-starrer won more than 20 awards, including Best Picture from the MMFF, FAMAS and the PMPC Star Awards as well as five Gawad Urian nominations. The producers, Tuko Film Productions and Buchi Boy Films, have since re-edited the film and created a more lucid and powerful international cut of the feature. Tuko Film Productions and Buchi Boy Films are also part of the same team behind last year’s critical and commercial hit, Heneral Luna.

Six other independent films are already streaming at cinetropa.com. These include two films by Clodualdo del Mundo Jr. (screenwriter of such classics as Maynila Sa Kuko ng Liwanag and Kisapmata) namely, Pepot Artista and Paglipad ng Anghel (Flight of an Angel). Also available are the acclaimed LGBT documentary titled Jazz in Love, the Coco Martin-starrer Jay, the controversial feature MNL 143, and the award-winning fable, K’na The Dreamweaver, a heart-rending love story set among the T’bolis.

Cinetropa is the only movie-streaming site in the market exclusively dedicated to Filipino films. It offers a revenue-split model with Filipino filmmakers so they can sustain their passion for filmmaking and give them the leeway to make more films and reach out to more viewers anywhere in the world.

ANG UNANG PANGULO BEST PICTURE CINETROPA COCO MARTIN GAWAD URIAN HENERAL LUNA INTERNATIONAL VERSION LIWANAG AND KISAPMATA MAYNILA SA KUKO METRO MANILA FILM FESTIVAL TUKO FILM PRODUCTIONS AND BUCHI BOY FILMS
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