If not Erwin Romulo, who?

His works can feel far apart from each other, but what unifies them despite the distance in genres or disciplines would be that feeling of almost-loss: “If we don’t do this, no one else will”

Watch Bernal’s ‘Manila By Night’ for free, plus more Filipino and foreign films at this Pride film fest

Ishmael Bernal’s masterpiece will be screened at Cinematheque Centres in Manila, Davao, Iloilo, Nabunturan, and Negros on June 26 as part of FDCP’s “PeliKULAYa” showcase

Watching ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ sweep the Oscars made me cry

The whole white world was on their feet when “Everything Everywhere All At Once” won at the Oscars—but that’s just the cherry on top

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

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Swap clothes and photography stuff at these events this weekend

Sip Swap Shop Sustainable Fashion Sample Sale in Muntinlupa and Fotobaryo Marketplace and Swapmeet in Quezon City are happening on May 28 to 29

Relearning one’s sense of place with filmmaker Shireen Seno

The filmmaker shares her path to self-discovery through learning about the in-betweens of being Filipino.

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What is Philippine cinema? This documentary looks back at the industry’s past 100 years

This documentary will change the way you think about Filipino films

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Lav Diaz’s new 4hr film stars mustachioed John Lloyd Cruz as a 1950s ventriloquist/disillusioned Marxist

“History of Ha” (Historya ni Ha) will premiere at the British Film Institute London Festival in October

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Film buffs, have you seen these restored classics yet?

“These films walked so our film industry can run,” says the Film Development Council of the Philippines