Directed by Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil, Boses tackles the healing power of music by telling the story of an abused child (played by Julian Duque) who regains his voice by learning to play the violin under a reclusive musician (portrayed by renowned violinist Coke Bolipata).
In celebration of National Children's Month this October, a free screening of Boses will be offered at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Dream Theater this Saturday, October 11, 2008, at 2:25 pm.

On October 18, 2008, councilor Dennis Alcoreza and the Tondo Asenso Community Foundation will screen the film at the Don Bosco Parish Gym in Tondo for the parents, teachers and children of district 1.

Boses will also be the opening film of the four-day film festival at FEU Manila starting November 18, 2008. This event is organized by the President's Committee on Culture, the Film Society and the Office of Student Affairs.

Internationally, it will have screenings at the Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival on October 11 and 13, 2008.

Direk Ellen is hoping to screen her film in selected mainstream theaters in Metro Manila by late November or early December. Boses is being endorsed by the Catholic Educators Association of the Philippines.

Article Credits: Jocelyn Dimaculangan @ Philippine Entertainment Portal

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