The 50 Most Well-Loved Pinoy Films of the 2010’s

Pinoy Rebyu

The 2010s in Philippine cinema saw the continuous resurgence of independent filmmaking that emerged in the 2000s brought about by digital technology and facilitated by institutions that provide seed capital to mostly young filmmakers to showcase their works in local film festivals. The independent filmmakers in turn raised the quality of mainstream industry outputs as many of them got tapped by studios to write and direct their own films.

For this poll, we have invited 100 filmmakers, reviewers, academics, and film programmers to name their favorite local films of the past decade.  Here are the top 50.

50.     Florentina Hubaldo, CTE

Lav Diaz, 2012

In a rural area, a father forces his daughter into prostitution. Somewhere else, two men embark on a quest for a buried treasure.

49.     Lukas Niño

John Torres, 2013

Lukas Niño is a story of an awkward teenager coming to grips with…

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