the Philippines This is an incomplete list of Filipino full-length films, both mainstream and independently produced, released in theaters and cinemas in 2017 . Contents 1 Top ten grossing films 2 Films 2.1 January–March 2.2 April–June 2.3 July–September 2.4 October–December 3 Awards 3.1 Local 4 References Top ten grossing films [ edit]
List of Philippine films of 2017 - Wikiwand List of Philippine films of 2017 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is an incomplete list of Filipino full-length films, both mainstream and independently produced, released in theaters and cinemas in 2017. Oops something went wrong: Enjoying Wikiwand? Give good old Wikipedia a great new look
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There are in addition several Aeta hill-tribal languages of uncertain affiliation: Ata, Sorsogon Ayta, Tayabas Ayta, Karolanos (Northern Binukidnon), Magahat (Southern Binukidnon), Sulod, and Umiray Dumaget . Most of the Central Philippine languages in fact form a dialect continuum and cannot be sharply distinguished as separate languages.
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Dec 31, 2017 · There are a number of films in this year-end list which had their premieres in past film festivals, but I only caught their commercial runs in 2017, and these are noted accordingly. HONORABLE MENTIONS: 20. "12" directed by Dondon Santos. 19. "Nay" directed by Kip Oebanda. 18. "Deadma Walking" directed by Julius Alfonso. 17.
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