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LIST: Filipino Films About Freedom to Watch this Independence Day

Here is a list of Filipino films and documentaries to watch as the Philippines marks its 124th observance of Independence Day this June 2022.

Disney Books signs Tori Tadiar’s Philippine mythology graphic novels Highsummer

Filipina author-illustrator Tori Tadiar has signed a three-book deal with Disney Books for her upcoming graphic novel series inspired by Philippine mythology, Highsummer.

Iconic 70’s Bistro live gigs headline Nica del Rosario, Rivermaya, Ice Seguerra

Iconic music bar 70's Bistro's new live gigs list for the month of June is headlined by performances from Rivermaya (Kisapmata, Liwanag sa Dilim), Nica del Rosario (Rosas, Sarah Geronimo's Tala), and Ice Seguerra (Pagdating ng Panahon).

Cebuana domestic worker in Dubai publishes Biriterang Makata poetry book

Cebuana domestic worker Ester Vargas-Castillo has self-published a book of poetry sharing her experiences as a household worker in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

OFW-themed films Triangle of Sadness, Plan 75 win top awards at Cannes Festival

Triangle of Sadness and Plan 75, two films featuring Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) have won top prizes at this year's Cannes Film Festival in France.

‘A Thousand Cuts’ docu on Philippine press freedom wins RFK Journalism Award

"A Thousand Cuts", the documentary film about the first Filipino Nobel Peace Prize winner and Rappler founder Maria Ressa and her fight for press freedom in the Philippines, has won the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) Journalism Award.

Pinoy-pop groups BGYO, BINI team up with Korean-pop Red Velvet for benefit concert

Pinoy-pop groups BGYO, BINI, and more Filipino acts are teaming up with Korean-pop girl group Red Velvet for a benefit concert happening in Manila this July 2022.

Mike de Leon’s 1st feature film “Itim” made during Martial Law screens at Cannes

Filipino veteran director Mike de Leon shared a powerful statement about being a young filmmaker during the Martial Law years in the Philippines as his first feature film, Itim, was screened at the 75th Cannes Film Festival in France.

WATCH: Brocka, Bernal Filipino film classics screening for free in cinemas

Here's where to watch Filipino film classics by Lino Brocka, Ishmael Bernal, Manuel Conde, Gerardo de Leon, Eddie Romero, Fernando Poe, Jr., and Kidlat Tahimik screening for free in cinemas nationwide in celebration of National Heritage Month in the Philippines this May 2022.

WHERE TO WATCH: Philippine History Films & Docus Streaming Online for Free

Here's where to watch documentaries and films on Philippine history being screened for free and accessible online to Filipinos who want to learn from what our forebears have gone through in our journey towards establishing a democratic society.

LIST: 4 Must-Read Books About Philippine History by Filipino authors

Here are four books written by Filipino authors to help you understand and learn more about Philippine history, for as it is said - we can only move forward if we remember our past.

Filipinos doing great things in America on spotlight in San Diego public media

Filipinos doing great things with their lives in America are in the spotlight of the new documentary series "Out of the Boondocks" released by San Diego State University public media, KPBS.
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