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The movies and documentaries that tell the beautiful and ugly truths about the uprising.
As we commemorate the 37th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution today, we remember the fallen heroes who came to shape modern-day democracy and the thousands of lives lost during Martial Law. We also remember the stories and perspectives that told ...
Gone are the days when our filmmakers had the proper support. And to think, Korean directors have long admired Filipino cinema.
Talks of banning Korean dramas have had the Philippines buzzing for about a week now. Some mid-level-action-star-turned-senator's comments have had Filipinos riled up when he said that he was thinking about banning them. How productive. It's with statements like these we again remember ...
Lino Brocka, the maestro of Philippine cinema, championed justice and freedom.
There is little doubt that Lino Brocka is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Filipino director of his age, or any age. To this day, his films Bayan Ko: Kapit sa Patalim, Ora Pro Nobis, Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag, and others ...
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