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Movie Review of The Mistress, About Women, And My Holy Week by Mikki Galang on Mar 29, 2013So I know that this is a beauty blog, that I haven’t updated this with product reviews and stuff, and that It’s a Good Friday today, but I just know that this might be right. After all, this blog was born out of the ways that women, or people ali...



Enroll in the Cinema program in the University of San Carlos, Cebu City. by SineBuano on Mar 25, 2013Be part of the movement to build a new Cebuano cinema culture and movie industry! Enroll in the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Cinema and Master of Arts in Cinema Studies at the University of San Carlos, Cebu City. More details after the jump! “As BF...



Star Cinema Releases “Oro Plata Mata” by Bazics News Feeds on Jan 20, 2013Star Cinema, ABS-CBN’s movie arm, is gearing up for the release of Peque Gallaga’s masterpiece, “Oro, Plata, Mata” in High Definition. The 1982 film has been restored to achieve better quality by the ABS-CBN Film Archives headed by Leo Kat...



Will there ever be a Pinoy movie on IMAX? by WITHOUT WANG² on Dec 23, 2012Watching high-octane action and animated movies in Imax makes us wonder. Will there ever be a Filipino film that can be shown in Imax theaters? Films in Imax is a totally unique and different experience compared to watching movies on conventional scr...



PRESS RELEASE: The Hobbit Tops Box Office! by GeekMatic! on Dec 18, 201212.18.2012 – The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was a definite thrill to catch in cinemas either in traditional 2D or HFR 3D (High Frame Rate) which opened last December 13, 2012 nationwide. The film brings back of the casts who portrayed pivotal ch...



Flames of Love Movie Review by Event Lover's Hideout on Dec 8, 2012The upcoming movie “Flames of Love“ may well mark the return of family drama on the Philippine Movie Industry. The stories of four families facing trials and challenges, interwoven with one another, and each has its own lead stars. Being an indie...



TIKTIK: THE ASWANG CHRONICLES to set new standards in Filipino film making by Tatak Digitista on Oct 13, 2012 POTATO ON THE GO BULLETIN (Movie): Filmmaking is about taking risks, says Erik Matti, writer and director of the biggest horror adventure of 2012, Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles. What else would you call the movie’s astronomical budget, the d...



The Philippine Film Industry by chloeitriestospeak on Oct 4, 2012Mainstream We had an interview before with the GMA director Gil Tejada saying that profit is the...



Cine Europa Film Festivals Watch Movies for Free in Your City by Penfires! on Sep 24, 2012I owe my interest in foreign films to my history teachers in UP High. I remember sitting through movies such as Gandhi, The Last Emperor, Raise The Red Lantern and others. The culture of other countries as well as the sceneries so unlike our own fasc...



End of movies in film by WITHOUT WANG² on Sep 9, 2012Soon the 35 mm movie format will be a thing of the past, at least in commercial movie exhibition and this might sound both good and bad news for local film producers. Since digital conversion of local theaters is in full swing, unauthorized distribut...