CINEMAWORLD BRINGS A NEW SCENT TO PHILIPPINE CABLE TV

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

CinemaWorld, an international movie channel that unlocks a whole new world of entertainment beyond Hollywood, continues to offer unique, award-winning movies for its viewers from all over the globe.

Venezuelan movie The Longest Distance is a 113-minute long Drama by writer, producer and director Claudia Pinto Emperador.



Lucas (played by Omar Moya, a fresh face to feature length films) is a young boy who loses his mother (played by Malena González) to senseless urban chaos. Wanting comfort and reconciliation, he runs away to join Martina (played by Carme Elias), the grandmother he never met. The two form a tight bond, supporting one another in their respective journeys.

The Longest Distance, the directorial debut of Claudia Pinto Emperador, garnered several awards, including the Reel Women Direct Award for Excellence in Directing by a Woman in the Cleveland International Film Festival 2014, Best Film of the Year in the Huelva Latin American Film Festival 2013, and the Glauber Rocha Awards in the Montréal World Film Festival 2013.



The Longest Distance will air first on CinemaWorld this June 29, 2014 at 9:00 PM. 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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