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The 2018 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is expected to achieve its P1 billion box-office target by the end of the theater run on January 7, 2019. Festival organizers revealed in a statement released to...
The 2018 Walk Of Fame (WOF) Philippines awardees, whose names have been immortalized and permanently carved on stars in the grounds of the Eastwood City Central Plaza in Libis, dedicated their newly unveiled stars...
International celebrity Pia Wurtzbach will lead the new inductees to the German Moreno Foundation - Eastwood City Walk Of Fame (WOF) who will unveil their stars on Monday, December 10.
Sandaan sa Visayas of the Sandaan The Filipino Film Centenary Expedition (TFFCE) aims to initiate a discourse on pertinent issues challenging the filmmaking industry today.
Nick Deocampo and other notable film historians are all set to join the Sandaan Sa Luzon Leg of Sandaan: The Filipino Film Centenary Expedition (TFFCE) to celebrate 100 years of Philippine Cinema this November 22-23 at the De La Salle University – Dasmarinas in Cavite.
Sandaan: The Filipino Film Centenary Expedition (TFFCE) will have its Mindanao leg held on November 16 to 17, 2018 at Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan Little Theater, featuring the cinema landscape of Mindanao.
The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) together with the Communication and Journalism Department of De La Salle University – Dasmariñas, Xavier Center for Culture and the Arts of Xavier University Ateneo...
Filipino movies which have earned critical acclaim and audience following are being made available to a worldwide audience via the popular internet streaming site Netflix.
Heneral Luna, the critically acclaimed independent historical fiction film about a Filipino general during colonial Philippines, can now be seen worldwide via the popular online streaming site of Netflix.
The stories and aspirations of Filipino farmers are again celebrated in the 3rd edition of the ToFarm Film Festival in Philippine cinemas this September.
American actor and director Aaron Lapkin has come to the Philippines to make films about stories of Filipinos and support the local cinema community.