MOVIE REVIEW: EDSA (2016)

(Disclaimer: This is not a political article, this is a film review!) In recent times there has been a false dichotomy setup by the lesser informed that if you say you are anti-Martial Law then logically you would fall into the category of someone supporting the yellow family–this, in truth, is quite a terrible analysis.Continue reading “MOVIE REVIEW: EDSA (2016)”

3 Filipino films from 2015 World Premieres screens for free at Cinematheque Centre Manila

Celebrating the cinema and culture of the Southeast Asian nations, films from the Philippines will screen for free this March alongside ASEAN films at the Cinematheque Centre Manila! Select pictures from the World Premieres Film Festival (WPFF) 2015 will delve into worlds only Filipino filmmakers can create, with filmmakers Alvin Yapan, Nestor Abrogena, and RalstonContinue reading “3 Filipino films from 2015 World Premieres screens for free at Cinematheque Centre Manila”