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Under the Skin (2013)
Director: Jonathan Glazer
Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy McWilliams, Lynsey Taylor Mackay
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Frank (2014)
Director: Lenny Abrahamson
Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Scoot McNairy
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The Janitor (2014)
Director: Michael Tuviera
Crisanto Espina, a cop on suspension and under investigation, is tasked to eliminate the suspects involved in a bank robbery/massacre that shocked the whole nation. Inspired by the real events of the RCBC Cabuyao branch bank robbery in 2008.
Dennis Trillo, Derek Ramsay, Richard Gomez, Raymond Bagatsing, Alex Medina, Jerald Napoles, Nicco Manalo, Ricky Davao, Irma Adlawan, Sunshine Garcia, LJ Reyes
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Sundalong Kanin (2014)
Director: Janice O’Hara
Set during the Japanese Occupation, four friends (Nitoy, Benny, Carding, and Badong) aspire nothing more than to become soldiers fighting the Japanese… until they are confronted by the realities of war that threaten to destroy their families and their friendship.
Nathaniel Brit, Isaac Cain Aguirre, Elijah Canlas, Akira Morishita, Marc Abaya, Ian de Leon, Enzo Pineda, Paolo O’Hara, Che Ramos-Cosio
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Dagitab (2014)
Director: Giancarlo Abrahan
While the marriage of two professors is on the verge of falling apart, the woman is dragged into a scandal involving a young student. On the other hand, the man falls in love with his research — a deity (supernatural being) that appears to him as the ghost of an old flame.
Eula Valdes, Nonie Buencamino, Martin Del Rosario, Sandino Martin, Max Eigenmann, Ronnie Lazaro, Frances Makil Ignacio 
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Hari ng Tondo (2014)
Director: Carlos Siguion-Reyna
A grandfather on the brink of bankruptcy and brings his grandchildren back to the community that made and shaped him, only to find out the place is no longer the same.
Robert Arevalo, Liza Lorena, Rez Cortez, Aiza Seguerra, Cris Villonco, Ciara Sotto, Rafa Siguion-Reyna
 
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Barber’s Tales (2013)
Director: Jun Robles Lana
Eugene Domingo, Iza Calzado, Eddie Garcia, Gladys Reyes, Nicco Manalo
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Mariquina (2014)
Directed by: Milo Sogueco
Mariquina is a tale about finding oneself, acceptance and forgiveness.
Unlike the former Philippine First Lady, Imelda is indifferent towards shoes. To her, they are fraught with the bittersweet nostalgia of childhood, one that was marred by a difficult relationship with her shoe-maker father, Romeo. Growing up, all of hers were handmade by him. Now a mature woman, she takes a pivotal call from the morgue, spurring her search for the perfect pair of shoes for her dead father. The deeper she searches for the perfect shoes, the more she finds herself. 


Mylene Dizon, Ricky Davao, Barbie Forteza, Bing Pimentel, Che Ramos, Dennis Padilla  
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Bwaya (2014)
Director: Francis Xavier Pasion
Bwaya is based on the true story of a 12-year-old girl who was killed by a saltwater crocodile in Agusan del Sur in 2009. A Manobo named Divina (Angeli Bayani) is preparing for her daughter Rowena’s 12th birthday when she learns that her daughter has been attacked by a crocodile, her body still missing.

As Divina searches for the body of her daughter in the marshlands of Agusan, she learns a lesson more tragic than her fate: not all predators are underwater.
Angeli Bayani, RS Francisco, Karl Medina, Jolina Espana