This is Ben Evardone’s favorite film from Cinemalaya this year


It’s a socially relevant movie that features his bailiwick.

Governor Ben Evardone has been gushing about Mina-Anud, an independently produced film which was an entry for this year’s Cinemalaya Film Festival.

He described the film as an “epic movie on poverty, drugs, corruption, family and a paradise place is a must-see.” The key for him was the last part — apparently, it was shot in an island village of Llorente, Eastern Samar where the title was based on.

“An entry to the recent Cinemalaya, Mina-anud is based on true events. This deserves support,” Evardone said.

Head to the cinemas if you can still catch this!