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Marco Polo: An Untold Love Story, headed to greater things

If you’ve made it past elementary school (or any sort of History subject), then I’m betting you already heard a thing or two about Marco Polo. 1,102 more words


Rigoletto: A Tragedy in Disguise

A review and reflection of the Filipino adaptation of Verdi’s Rigoletto

The grand fountain of the CCP flew high once again in the hot Sunday afternoon of August 24, as it serves once more as the stage of another well-known opera: Verdi’s Rigoletto. 1,406 more words


When Art and Music Collide

Paintings were given a whole new look in IN TRANSIT’s exhibit located in Bulwagang Amorsolo gallery in the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

The exhibit features collaborations between artist from different fields and nationalities. 365 more words

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Real People, Real Lives in Cinemalaya’s Documentary Section

Seven documentary films will elucidate and illuminate the lives of real people — the son of a rebel mother, parents devastated by the loss of all their children to super typhoon Haiyan, leading filmmakers of Southeast Asia, a Philippine folk dance troupe trying to make it internationally, a Philippine national artist, a young and idealistic teacher grappling with the Philippine public school system and a bipolar young man who sells books on the sidewalk to raise money for his college education — in the Documentary Section of the 11th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition on August 7-15, 2015 at the CCP and Greenbelt 3. 660 more words

Press Release

Yes! Indie Movies Heaven: Cinemalaya 2015 Broadening Horizons Aug 7-15

Cinemalaya 2015 – Broadening Horizons
Year 11 

Philippine Independent Film Festival
August 7 -15, 2015 
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Greenbelt 3 Cinema 5 

Soooo excited to watch these entries and more this film festival season. 152 more words


The Good, The Better, The Best

So… How do I start this? A week later I’m still elated, I do not know for sure how to put the excitement into words but I’m gonna try. 714 more words


Neo Filipino Reboots This Weekend

The NEO FILIPINO Dance Series started in 1987 as a platform for Filipino choreographers to make dance as the central force, the impetus, the muscle in collaborating with the other art forms: music, visual arts, literature, theatre, literature and film. 153 more words