Lino Brocka

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Lino Brocka

Filipino director Lino Brocka began his career running the pedagogical theater in Manila, where he staged plays by Jean-Paul Sartre, Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller. In 1974, he founded the independent production company Cine Manila, and then directed Manila in the Claws of Light in 1975. In 1976, Insiang became the first film from the Philippines to be selected in Cannes, where Brocka returned on three more occasions with Jaguar (1980),  Bona (1981) and Bayan Ko: My Own Country (1984).

1991 Sa kabila ng lahat
1991 Kislap sa dilim
1991 Makiusap ka sa Diyos
1990 Biktima
1990 Ama... Bakit mo ako pinabayaan?

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