The Philippines had seen better days as a location destination. Boom time came in the '80s when movies like "Apocalypse Now," "Platoon" and "Born on the Fourth of July" used lush spots in the main…
The 2006-07 Metro Manila Film Festival presented its top prize to "Enteng Kabisote 3: The Legend Goes On and On," a comedy loosely derived from the TV series "Bewitched."
The Philippines Metro Manila Film Festival will kick off on Dec. 25 with a competition section down anywhere from one to nine films.
Digital technology, government support, new facilities and a sense of adventure in local filmmakers conspired to give the Philippine industry a shot in the arm.
Name-calling and threats of a boycott typified the recently wrapped Metro Manila Film Festival, a two week fest supposedly showcasing the best the once-great Filipino movie industry can offer.
The Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia, representing 110 cable TV companies, has filed 12 new copyright-infringement lawsuits against Maguindanao Skycable.
Leading broadcast group GMA, which wrested top position from longtime leader ABS-CBN two years ago, has strengthened its hold on viewers by launching femme-skewed channel QTV-11.
Filipino filmmakers may have finally found what it takes to save their local film industry -- digital technology.
It's a fantasy come true for GMA. After 15 years as the Philippines' No. 2 net, it has overtaken dominant ABS-CBN in the ratings thanks to three blockbuster fantasy skeins.
Leading Filipino terrestrial commercial broadcaster GMA is launching an international channel for ex-pats in the U.S. called GMA Pinoy TV.
After the success of Star Cinema horror pic "Feng Shui" at the local box office late last year, GMA Films' romance "Let the Love Begin" has become the first Filipino film of the year to top the B.O.…