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Let’s face it, Filipinos are past the need for predictable love stories and cookie-cutter slapstick comedy films.
There’s more to Philippine cinema than predictable dramas and slapstick comedies. Mainstream movies might share the same overused plots and tropes, but the indie scene has produced plenty of brilliant productions deserving of all their awards and recognition. From heavy social commentary to ...
The Fifth Wall Fest allows audiences to experience art together without having to leave home.
Dance on camera is an art form barely touched in the Philippines, but is appreciated now more than ever. In this current normal, it is a way of experiencing art altogether without leaving home, confronting the global pandemic head-on from within.READ MORE ...
Wilfredo Manalang of the FDCP talks about why movie openings will be moved to Fridays, and the other initiatives of the Council.
As the nation continues to celebrate the centennial of Philippine Cinema, things are just about to get better according to the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP).FDCP Chairperson Liza Diño-Seguerra announced in a Facebook post on March 14 that cinemas and ...
Local film producers and distributors agreed to make the change, FDCP Head Liza Diño said.
For the longest time, Filipinos have been going to the cinemas on a weekday to catch the first day showing of new movies.New film releases usually open in local cinemas on Wednesdays, but this will change soon according to Film Development Council ...
Have you ever been confronted by a train of—please excuse me—crotches in your face? When entering a row, please turn your body toward the screen.
Because an important little film called Crazy Rich Asians is coming up in theaters very soon, now would be a good time to brush up on the etiquette of shared watching.The important word to note here is “shared.” The cinema is not your ...
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