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Lauren Greenfield’s 'The Kingmaker' painted an image of Imelda Marcos as she is, in the epicenter of the dark chapter in Philippine history.
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Tia Madre seemingly portrays a fragmented storyline needing more fortifications—leaving the audience more confused than impressed. While the story can sometimes be disordered and inconsistent, the...
Isang grupo ng Communication Arts alumni ang tatahak ng kategoryang Short Feature ngayong Cinemalaya 2019. Mga nagsipagtapos noong isang taon, ang Last Minute Films ay kalahok...
After fourteen successful years of independent local movies that never fails to give us fresh discoveries and original crafts, Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival presents us...
With high hopes to pave the way for the growth of the indie film culture not just within the University but also everywhere else, incoming fourth...
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The greatness of 'Ang Larawan' lies not only on the added challenge of requiring the actors to deliver a dialogue and sing at the same time but...
Tackling social issues and Filipino traditions and culture, Respeto captured the essence of the problems of society affecting the people who are part of it.
Hannah Francesca Arboleda's Maliit na Bagay is one of the finalists in the Cinema One Minute Student Film Competition.
AFTER the heartbreaking, supposed-to-be ending of the franchise in Dark of the Moon—killing off iconic Transformers characters and eradicating all that’s left, how could the “Transformers”...
“Quiet on the set! Lights… Camera…. ACTION!”