8 Free movies to watch at the 8th Spring Film Festival

Movie buffs out there, you got free movies to check out in this free viewing galore brought to you by the 8th Spring Film Festival. The program is slated to run from January 24 – February 2, 2014 at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall and other selected venues.
8th Spring Film Festival
It's a free showcase of wonderful Chinese films to the Filipino audience.

"Spring Festival" is a big festival in the Chinese-Filipino community. It has been conducted for the past eight years, ushered by the Ateneo de Manila University Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies and the Ateneo Celadon.

In past years, simultaneous conduct of the Spring Festival has been done in Metro Manila, Cebu and Davao. Recently,  Ilo-Ilo and Cagayan de Oro were added to the festival destinations. Soon, it will be expanding to Naga, Dagupan, and Baguio.

Take a look at these 8 Free movies at the Spring Festival:

1. Snowfall in Taipei - about a singer from mainland China, who suddenly lost her voice and had conflicts with Ah Lei, her producer and secret lover.

2. City Monkey - about a senior student in high school who lives in a big old Beijing hutong yard with his mother and grandmother. He loves parkour, an extremely dangerous sport in most people’s eyes.

3. Aftershock - story about the 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

4. Where is My Home - a family story; a simple village mother who raised two children on her own. Her son made his way to the city and offers to have her come live with him and his family.

5. The Go-King and his Son - a movie about a Go player called by his friends as “the king of Go”.

6. 1911 Revolution - China in crisis, where warring factions emerged, followed by starvation and political unrest.

7. Let’s Fall in Love - story about a boy named Tan Momo, who showed his natural gift in music in his childhood, entered the Conservatory of Music to learn to play Guqin (seven-stringed plucked instrument).

8. Li Mi Conjecture - a dreadful story behind two lovers, a lady taxi driver named Li Mi and her boyfriend Fang Wen.

Take note: The movies are free to watch, which means admission is FREE.

Last year's 7th Spring Film Festival went from Feb. 1 to 10, 2013.

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