February 17, 2019 (10:51 AM)

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Clusters vye for environmental awareness at Mugna: Film Festival on this year’s Festival of Excellence. The screening was held at AV Rooms A-D, 5th Floor of the Wieman Building on February 15, 2019.

Photo by Maxine Andrea Lumbera

To tackle nature deterioration because of human activities, five short film entries of Mindanawon ug Nasudnong Adbukasiya (MUGNA) film competition were screened at AVR-A on Friday activity period.

The five-minute shorts shown were Computer Studies (CS) cluster’s sci-fi romance ‘Rue’, Social Sciences (SS) cluster’s docudrama ‘Tiim-Baga’, Accountancy (ACC) cluster’s philosophical ‘Revivify’, School of Engineering and Architecture’s (EA) psychological thriller ‘Bulig’, Humanities and Letters (HUMLET) cluster’s romance ‘Tula ni Cally’.

“This year’s theme is environmental degradation. Unlike other film festivals, this MUGNA focuses on Mindanawon issues which are prevalent today,” Ateneo Film Circle (AFC) President Larlyn Joyce Salido said.

The inter-cluster film competition takes place annually, renaming Sinetenista three years ago.

“Sana ma-inspire pa ang mga students gumawa ng films like these so they could give awareness and we could provide a good avenue for filmmakers to showcase their talents,” she added.

MUGNA film competition is part of Ateneo Culture and Arts Cluster (ACAC) activities for this year’s Festival of Excellence (FoE). Results of the film contest will be announced during the FoE culmination program on February 22, 2019.

End the silence of the gagged!

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