Sine Reel entries on iWantTFC

iWantTFC continues to bring unique Filipino stories to its subscribers worldwide as it offers free streaming of movies from Sine Reel, the longest-running student film festival in the country.

Featuring the works of the University of Santo Tomas Communication Arts Students’ Association, Sine Reel 2021 features 14 short films in its exhibition category.


iWantTFC subscribers can watch “Golden,” which follows a student’s takedown of a secret gambling scheme in her school, while “Chit” imagines a future where time travel is possible.

Friendship and adventure are highlighted in “Heist School,” where a group of students steal their teacher’s answer key in order to get good grades, “Peksman,” where four friends attempt to sabotage a field trip, and “Oplan Eskapo,” where three kids devise a plan to get their friend out of the house, against the orders of his strict mother.

“Quaranfling” follows a romantic relationship that develops during the COVID-19 lockdown, while “Bakla Sakali” deals with a gay boy who is confused about his feelings for his girl best friend.


In “Itlog,” a young son has to learn the value of responsibility by looking after an egg. In “Baon Royale,” Grade 5 students compete to bring the most delicious lunch to school. In “Sequence 13,” an actor struggles to nail a final scene.

Meanwhile, “Year Forty Six” keeps up with a student who looks into the disappearance of his favorite teacher, while “Niño” tackles the pain of a boy who longs for the love of his father and suddenly gets a period.

“Bakla Sakali”

“Garing” tells the story of a mother who struggles to pay for her son’s medical bills, while “Alon” finds two siblings who are grieving over the death of their older sister.

Don’t miss all the participating films in Sine Reel 2021, which began streaming on April 17 on the iWantTFC app or on

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