Maginhawa’s Cinema Centenario is now an indie film streaming platform

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A few days after it said goodbye to its physical outlet, Maginhawa’s Cinema Centenario announced the debut of its digital alternative, ‘MOOV. Much like its predecessor, this movie-on-demand platform aims to curate ‘alternative sources of entertainment’ within Filipino Cinema.

As of writing, MOOV has seven titles in its library composed of documentaries and short films, such as Ang Mga Bulong Sa Bituka Ng Sta Mesa (2015), Maliw (2013), and Santa Nena (2017).

‘With the changing times and the uncertainties of the new normal, MOOV aims to create a multi-sectoral online community of movie lovers. A community that will strive for the positive shaping and development of Philippine Cinema’. reads the reveal.

MOOV is Cinema Centenario’s virtual counterpart that functions as a movie-on-demand platform. MOOV carries Cinema…

Posted by Cinema Centenario on Saturday, October 10, 2020

 

Interested users can stream the films for free, provided that they sign up first using their Facebook accounts or with their email addresses.

The popular microcinema previously ended its operations after it was suspended for more than 200 days due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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