Thursday, April 3, 2014

April 2014 At CinemaWorld


Summer is here!  Prepare for a journey around the world with more international movies this April on Philippine TV, offered by CinemaWorld.

CinemaWorld is the first Pan-Asia international movie channel.  Bringing TV entertainment to the next level, CinemaWorld allows you to travel from the comfort of your home and discover different cultures.  All movies on the channel are shown in their original language with English subtitles. 

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Headlining the month is Danish Comedy Superclásico.  Wine, tango, soccer, and lost love come together in this Best Film Nominee in the Bodil Awards 2012 and in the Robert Festival 2012.  Christian is a depressed wine seller facing bankruptcy and a divorce from his wife Anna.  After their separation, Anna runs off to Buenos Aires, where she works as sports agent, and shacks up with one of Argentina’s top football player, Juan Diaz.  Not being able to bring himself to sign the divorce papers, Christian takes his 16-year old son Oscar with him to Buenos Aires to win Anna back.  Paprika Steen, who plays the role of Anna, won Best Actress in the Zulu Awards 2012 and Best Supporting actress in the Bodil Awards 2012.  Catch this on CinemaWorld on Sunday, April 13, at 9:00 PM.

Continue to traverse the globe with these hits from around the world.

With total ignorance, Angela, Dario, Carmen, Michele and Nino have no idea that they have the same father – who is now dead.  To get a hold of their inheritance, they go on a journey that culminates in the scattering of their father’s ashes over a lake in Arizona.  An unknown father, an unknown country, and the discovery of siblings whose existence they had never suspected make for a decidedly curious trip that gives them a hint into themselves and into each other – and perhaps make them into a family.  Italian Comedy Us in the U.S. premieres on CinemaWorld on Sunday, April 6, at 9:00 PM.

How much is one willing to sacrifice for family? In Growing In The Wind, a top student in a nomads winter place, Aslan, misses his chance to attend his final exams because of his problematic father.  Now Aslan has to study while leading the herds as a shepherd and, at the same time, mentoring the man in love with his sister on the finer points of being a better man.  This movie will air on CinemaWorld on Sunday, April 20 at 9:00pm.

Fresh from its theatrical release in Spain on March 28, catch 2 Francos, 40 Pesetas on Sunday, April 27, at 9:00 PM.  Six years have passed since Martin and his family left Uzwil, Switzerland for Madrid.  With fond memories of his hometown, Martin’s 18 year-old son, Pablo, decides to return to Uzwil with a friend.  To their surprise, they find Martin’s parents at Uzwil as well.  The unexpected visit, their reunion with friends and clandestine love affairs sparks an adventure for their whole family.

Fridays will not be the same with CinemaWorld’s Thriller Friday.  The series premiering on the channel is co-produced by Yellow Bird, the company behind the highly successful film adaptations of Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.   Watch out for Irene Huss, written by Swedish best selling crime fiction writer, Helen Tursten.  Irene Huss is a former European jiu-jitsu champion, a mother of twin teenage girls, and a Detective Inspector with the Violent Crimes Unit.  In each gripping story, Irene has to confront a world full of vicious crimes.  Angela Kovacs, who plays the role of Irene Huss, also the star of popular Swedish Crime Thriller series Wallander, won the Ingram Bergman Award in the Guldbagge Awards 2007.  Catch the six-part series of Irene Huss on CinemaWorld, with the 1st two episodes premiering in April, followed by another two episodes in May, and the final two in June.

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CinemaWorld is available in Metro Manila on Cable Link on channel 301, and on Sky Cable HD on channel 184.  Contact your cable operator for more details.

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