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Bacoor launches book, docu film on Philippine Independence

After years of research about the Philippine Independence, Dr. Emmanuel Franco Calairo, PhD, a professor of History in De La Salle University-Dasmariñas launched a landmark book about the historically truth about the August 1, 1898 Bacoor Assembly.

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“The Making of Quezon City” docu film: Joys and Pains

As a broadcast journalist, my passion is also to make films including documentaries.

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The prevalence of short films in Pinoy showbiz

It’s inevitable that the short film format will be one of the most anticipated entertainment fares not only among cineastes but ordinary filmgoers as well. After almost a century of full-length film’s dominance in the commercial market, shorts have found its niche, finally, though, relatively slowly.

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Anne Curtis and Abra’s films in the current 22nd BiFan in Korea

It’s not only the Top 3 box-office Philippine movies in 2017 that will hit the screens in the 2018 Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival in Bucheon City, South Korea.

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FVR recalls Filipino soldiers’ heroism during the Korean War

By Ben Cal On the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the Korean War on Monday (June 25), former President Fidel V. Ramos, a veteran of the Korean War, recalled the  bravery and heroism of the Filipino soldiers fighting against all odds the combined Chinese and North Korean forces.

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Salute to Elizabeth Oropesa apologizing to Azenith Briones on jewelry issue

We admire award-winning actress Elizabeth Oropesa for publicly apologizing to fellow actress Azenith Briones over the pieces of jewelry brouhaha that created a stir among show biz denizens and the public alike. It takes guts to muster an apology whether one is guilty or not of a crime one is accused of.

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Spikes and Spices of Volleys and Planes

Just when you start thinking how to report a rude trike driver to the authorities, in walks an olive-skinned gal with her dad in front of her and suddenly you’re struck…by stars and lightning.

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Agot and Allen’s triumph in 66th Famas

The 66th Famas has a blurb—the new Famas.

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Fearless journalist recalls Marawi siege experience

By Ben Cal  As the nation marked with grief the first anniversary of the Marawi siege by pro-Islamic State Maute terrorists last May 23, journalist Benjie Liwanag recalled his daring coverage of the bloody fighting that lasted for five months, during which, he found himself in the line of fire a number of times, but prayers and faith in God saved his …

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The problem with Mocha’s statements not to apologize to Kris Aquino

There is more to texts, subtexts and contexts of what Presidential Communications Group Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson when she refused to apologize to Kris Aquino for uploading a video clip of the late senator Benigno Aquino, Jr. being kissed by girls enplaned before his assassination in 1983 virtually juxtaposed with the visual of President Rodrigo Duterte kissing on lips a …

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