By Gabriela Baron
The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) warns the public against the proliferation of fake tickets and passes for the annual film fest.
“Please don’t be fooled by the people who sell [fake] MMFF passes,” wrote MMFF on Facebook.
The MMFF noted that anyone caught selling or buying fake tickets will face the full force of the law.
“Wag pong bibili kasi pag ginamit nyo to, sigurado pati kayo ay makakasuhan at makukulong,” the award-giving body said.
Participating films for the 45th Metro Manila Film Festival will be screened in theaters beginning December 25.