‘Lola Igna’ review: Beautiful, heartfelt lessons in life (and death)

Eduardo Roy, Jr.’s Lola Igna brings us a wonderful story of the oldest woman in the world with heartfelt life lessons. Living in a secluded hut in the middle of rice fields, Lola Igna is a foul-mouthed and stubborn woman who is eager to die. However, her neighbors are hung up on her winning theContinue reading “‘Lola Igna’ review: Beautiful, heartfelt lessons in life (and death)”

‘Cuddle Weather’ review: Beyond all that’s steamy and hot

Rod Marmol’s ‘Cuddle Weather’ pushes its bold narrative enough to pull out an entertaining film with a provocative subtext. Through its high-concept, dominantly intelligent writing, and bravado-filled performances, Cuddle Weather manages to shed much light on the struggles of being a sex worker in the country. The narrative is mostly seen through the experiences ofContinue reading “‘Cuddle Weather’ review: Beyond all that’s steamy and hot”

‘Watch Me Kill’ wins Best Director, Editing, Cinematography at #PPP2019; heading to Warsaw filmfest Oct

‘Watch Me Kill‘ won three major awards from Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino 2019: Tyrone Acierto won Best Director, Best Editing for Colorado Rutledge, and Best Cinematography for Marcin Szocinski. This psychological action-drama thriller is one of the 10 official finalists of the third year of PPP, an annual all-Filipino film festival organized by the FilmContinue reading “‘Watch Me Kill’ wins Best Director, Editing, Cinematography at #PPP2019; heading to Warsaw filmfest Oct”