NAKAKAGALIT ANG MGA PINOY. Nawalan na ako ng tiwala sa mga Pinoy. Change is coming, pero sarili natin hindi natin mabago.— Tonette, Tonette (@tonetjadaone) July 4, 2016
“It has been viewed and shared 202,144 times, multiply it to P200 and you come up with P40 million and counting. That’s how much you stole from the movie industry tonight. That’s how much you are stealing from people who worked hard and fairly,” screenwriter Henry dela Cruz, Jr. also lamented on Facebook. Lack of film education “Let’s face it, we are not film educated,” Mendoza said. Mendoza considers film as art that requires an acquired taste. While there is an abundance of film festivals and independent films, Mendoza finds the need for the inclusion of film studies in the Philippine educational system. “Art, in general, should [be taken] seriously as early as elementary,” he said that film and art in general should be viewed like how mathematics and science are viewed in school.
Ginawa n’yo na ‘to dati sa Tadhana e di ba? Naniwala pa rin ako sa pelikula pagkatapos. Tapos eto uli. Masisisi mo ba akong mawalan ng gana?— Tonette, Tonette (@tonetjadaone) July 5, 2016