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Carlo Francisco Manatad's "Whether the Weather is Fine" receives €130,000 from the Centre National du Cinéma et de l'Image Animée and Institut Français.
In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, considered one of the most powerful tropical cyclones in world history, hit the Philippines.Over five years have passed since the typhoon ravaged huge parts of the country, but there are still many stories it left behind. These ...
 
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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 ...
 
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Finally, we don't have to run around checking where to see that new good Filipino flick.
There’s no need to sail through the illegal streaming sites or skulk through the aisles of your pirate haunts to find a “Dibidi” copy of an indie movie that won accolades abroad. Now, you can watch international award-winning Filipino films in the ...
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