ARTS

Cannes big winner ‘Triangle of Sadness’ starring Filipina actress Dolly de Leon to screen in PH soon

The international trailer for the Palme d’Or-winning film by Ruben Östlund just dropped. Pretty soon you can watch the full film here, too

What to see at and where to watch the 2022 Cinemalaya film fest

The independent film festival is back and in person, too, from Aug. 5 to Oct. 31

How Grindr sunset profiles swiped into a queer community-based art initiative

What started as two separate projects by artists Czar Kristoff and Zeus Bascon became a community coming-together, a safe space, and possibly, an intervention

Makati’s Silverlens Gallery has a new space—in New York City

Silverlens Gallery’s latest address is a step forward for diversity and representation in the art community—especially for Southeast Asian and Asian Diasporic voices

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By the numbers: What’s inside Makati’s newest performing arts venue

The theater officially opens on July 14

Ateneo Art Gallery to open for same-day visit—for P50 for non-Ateneans

Starting July 1, Ateneo de Manila University’s art gallery will allow same-day registration for guests, including children below 5 years old

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‘Itim’ had a sold-out screening at Cannes, but director Mike De Leon says he’s ‘humiliated to be a Filipino today’

“Itim” (1976) easily falls into the horror genre, with its themes of occultism. Forty-six years later, De Leon thinks it has become “more sinister” than that

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You can visit Ayala Museum for free on May 27. But there’s a catch

The museum will open its doors for free for the first 500 registrants in celebration of International Museum Day. If you don’t make it, they’ll also be having virtual tours until June 27

Novelist Gina Apostol wins Rome Prize for Literature, to pen story on Juan Luna’s wife Paz

“Books about the Philippines on the world stage are important because the country’s history is significant world-historically and yet generally unseen,” Apostol tells the Inquirer