Nestlé “Kasambuhay Habambuhay” Short Films

To celebrate 100 years of Good Food and Good Life in the Philippines, Nestlé proudly brings you “Kasambuhay Habambuhay” — a 100-minute short film anthology. It features ten 10-minute short films produced by the nation’s top advertising directors:

  • “Isang Tasang Pangarap” by Sid Maderazo
  • “Downtown” by Stephen Ngo
  • “Oh! Pa Ra Sa Ta U Wa Yeah!” by Jeorge Agcaoili
  • “Silup” by Jun Reyes
  • “Unplugged” by Raul Jorolan
  • “Sali Salita” by A/F Benaza
  • “The Howl and the Fussyket” by Chris Martinez
  • “Cooking Mo, Cooking Ko” by Chris Martinez
  • “Tingala Sa Baba” by Henry Frejas
  • “Sign Seeker” by Carlo Directo

The short film anthology showcases some of the country’s sought after stars: John Lloyd Cruz, Solenn Heussaff, Ramon Bautista, Eugene Domingo, Kiray Celis, Gerald Pasigan, Marvin Agustin, Kaye Abad, Luisito “Kuya Bodjie” Pascua, Mr. Eddie Garcia, Sid Lucero, Ms. Gloria Romero, Neil Coleta, Noni Buencamino, Shamaine Buencamino, Dominic Roco, Eda Nolan, Dennis Padilla, Robert Sena, Isay Alvarez-Sena, Philippine All Stars, Jillian Ward You are invited to watch the short films for FREE at selected SM cinemas nationwide on June 11-12, 2011.

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UPDATE! Since Nestlé’s “Kasambuhay Habambuhay” short films are now available on YouTube, I might as well post them all here for easy viewing. Get your hankies and tissues. Expect some tears and laughs. Enjoy watching!

  • “Isang Tasang Pangarap” by Sid Maderazo

 

  • “Downtown” by Stephen Ngo

 

  • “Para Sa Tau” by Jeorge Agcaoili

 

  • “Silup” by Jun Reyes

 

  • “Unplugged” by Raul Jorolan

 

  • “Sali Salita” by A/F Benaza

 

  • “The Howl and the Fussyket” by Chris Martinez

 

  • “Cooking Mo, Cooking Ko” by Chris Martinez

 

  • “Tingala Sa Baba” by Henry Frejas

 

  • “Sign Seeker” by Carlo Directo

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16 Comments

  1. Ang gnda tlga ng pgkakagwa ng Nestle: Kasambuhay Habambuhay.. Short Film.. Lalo na ung Musical.. That was my favorite.. Inabangan q tlga ito sa Cinema One noong linggo ng gabi.,. lalo na si Neil Coleta “Nicos”.. ang gling nla kmanta,, the whole Clemente Family.. Great Job!! 🙂

  2. thanks for posting this to your blog, finally had the chance to watch it. missed it on tv.
    effective anti stress and sadness. nice blog you got here by the way. used to write one of my own before. 🙂 keep it up god bless

  3. every film is good… particularly I liked “Tingala Sa Baba”, “Downtown”, “The Howl and the Fussyket” and Sign seeker.. nice blog!

  4. ahhhm I SEE THE FILM and it was GREAT! but 1 thing really confuses me a lot, can u tell me whats the title of the song which was been played in SIGN SEEKER, in short its theme song… it would be a great help if u can answer me…. thanks!

    1. Wow, now I feel bad for not watching the films. I heard a lot of good feedback. To answer your question, I don't know. Hahaha. Sorry. It was my sister who watched them, not me. I'll let you know once I find out. 🙂

    1. Hi Carlo! Here's the information that I gathered: SM Megamall Cinema 3, SM Southmall Cinema 6, SM Rosales Cinema 1, SM Cebu Cinema 7, and SM Davao Cinema 1. I hope this helps. 🙂

        1. Hi Iriz! I believe SM Megamall Cinema 3 and SM Southmall Cinema are both in Metro Manila. SM Megamall is in Mandaluyong and SM Southmall is in Las Pinas. 🙂

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