The Metro Manila Film Festival proved to be a success both commercially and artistically, despite a fluff over a producer with four entries.
Filipino ghosts spirited up auds for a rare local film that outdistanced Hollywood films this fall. Star Cinema's "Feng Shui," starring Kris Aquino, daughter of former President Cory Aquino, beat…
Unitel Pictures, producers of "Crying Ladies," the Philippines' Oscar entry in the foreign film category this year, has come out with another project to counter the popular notion that Philippine…
GMA, the longtime No. 2 to giant network ABS-CBN, is no longer the shrinking bridesmaid of Philippine broadcasting. It is now the triumphant bride.
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Religious leader Eddie Gil may have failed in his presidential election bid -- but he's bucking the Philippines' normal political trend by carving out a TV career for himself instead.
Forget Christianity. Televangelist Eddie Villanueva is converting Philippine masses to a different cause -- his run for the presidency.
More and more celebrities are stepping up to the political plate in the Philippines in the run-up to the May 10 elections for the presidency and Senate.
In Manila, politics is entertainment and vice versa. Having impeached B movie star-turned Phillipine president Joseph "Erap" Estrada on gambling and embezzlement charges in 2001, the country heads to…
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"Crying Ladies" -- Unitel Pictures' first venture into the film fest arena, scored big points at the Metro Manila Film Festival Awards Night in late December at the capital city's Philippine Intl…
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