Metro Manila Film Festival

In first, MMFF Parade of Stars to be held on Pasig River

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In first, MMFF Parade of Stars to be held on Pasig River

The new Pasig River ferry station located at Jimenez St., Brgy. Kalawaan, Pasig City is inaugurated on November 9, 2021. The new Pasig Ferry station which aims to lessen land vehicle volume travel accomodated more than 400,000 passengers since it opened in 2014. Rappler

The fluvial parade will feature ferry boats representing the competing films

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced on Monday, December 13, that the Parade of Stars for the 2021 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) will be held, for the first time, on the Pasig River.

Instead of the usual motorcade, the fluvial parade will feature ferry boats representing the competing films, carrying the celebrities starring in these films.

“The fluvial parade will showcase the ferry service and at the same time encourage the public to ride the agency-operated Pasig River Ferry Service, an alternative transportation across Metro Manila,” said MMFF Chairman Benhur Abalos.

The parade will begin from Guadalupe Ferry Station, head eastbound towards the C-5 Bagong Ilog Bridge, take a U-turn and stop along the Pasig City side, and then head to the final stop at Makati Circuit.

In 2020, the parade was held virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions. – Rappler.com