Despite the challenges brought by this pandemic, St. Dominic College of Asia successfully celebrated its 17th Founding Anniversary, with the theme, "Education Beyond Borders" from November 26 - 28, 2020, spearheaded by Ms. Mary Grace G. Demetillo, the Director for Student Affairs and Services, with the collaborative efforts from Basic Education to Higher Education and the Department of Administrative Support Services department.
Competing Films: Next Time from 11-Galileo Galilei (STEM), Alpas from Grade 11 Albert Einstein (STEM), and Link: Synching in Progress from the Tech4Youth organization split the awards in this year’s first-ever online Quincine Film Festival held November 23-24 via Zoom as they have their shares of the honors.
Next Time secured the title for Best Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Film.
Moreover, Alpas got the People’s Choice Award, Best Cinematography, and First Runner-up for Best Film.
Meanwhile, the film Link: Synching in Progress snatched the Best Trailer, Best Poster, and Second Runner-up for Best Film.
John Ephraim Basa was hailed Best Actor while Faith Ann Bautista was Best Actress consecutively.
Lastly, the annual film fest showcased two sets of films for audiences to choose from: the official films and classic Quincine films, composed of creations from the alumni.
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