Bell Films launches comeback movie: Kontradiksyon
BELL FILMS, the film production arm of Universal Records Philippines, has relaunched its
operations, featuring their big comeback film “KONTRADIKSYON,” during THE NEXT
ATTRACTION concert held on June 30, 2018 (Saturday) at the Samsung Hall, SM Aura
Premier, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
After over 23 years, Bell Films is proud to make its comeback into the realm of film production
as it strives to enter the digital age of quality and relevant Filipino films. Bell Films was one of
the early independent film production outfits that brought international quality films to the
Filipino audience way back in the 1960s. The company has also produced films such as Twin
Fists for Justice (1974) starring Ms. Vilma Santos and Hong Kong Martial Arts
Superstar/Actor Meng Fei, and two movies featuring the Universal Motion Dancers: Sige…
Ihataw Mo! (1994) with Claudine Barretto and Wowie De Guzman, and its sequel Ibigay Mo
Ng Todong-todo (1995).
The Next Attraction concert aimed to showcase world-class Filipino musical talent, while
exploring the different worlds and genres that can be featured on film. Big name OPM Icons
and artists such as Freddie Aguilar, Vina Morales, Christian Bautista, Gloc-9, Julie Anne San
Jose, and Shanti Dope performed at the event.
The event also served as the media presentation for Bell Films’ 2018 debut production,
Kontradiksyon starring Jake Cuenca, Kris Bernal, John Estrada, Paolo Paraiso, and Elizabeth
Oropesa, among many other stars featured on the film. The action film, which is directed by
multi-Palanca award-winning Writer Njel De Mesa, is set to be an intense ground-breaking, indepth,
critical, and edge-of-your-seat look on the Philippines' current drug war. which will have
the audiences see the various aspects and opposing views of the big issues in the country. The
film is expected to premiere later this year.
Follow Bell Films on social media: Bell Films (facebook.com/bellfilmsph) on Facebook,
YouTube, and @bellfilmsph on Twitter and Instagram