Root of prostitution and the dangers that lead to HIV/AIDS tackled in advocacy film ‘Sugat sa Dugo’

Poverty. Love isn’t enough, how much we care isn’t enough to put food for our families, to provide a home, to provide safety during these times. It all goes down to money. What makes it worse is if you only have limited resources to have the means to be employed. That’s what the main character …

Teach for the Philippines celebrates 10th year through documentary ‘Kilapsaw’, celebrates teachers’ contributions to nation-building

Manila, Philippines, September 6, 2022 — In time for National Teachers’ Month, non-profit organization Teach for the Philippines (TFP) celebrates its 10th year anniversary with the release of Kilapsaw, a 30-minute documentary film that features the plight of public school teachers and students from all over the country, especially during the time of the COVID-19 …

Where to watch Emmys 2022 live in the Philippines

A night of glitz, glamor, and good television awaits the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, with the small screen’s brightest stars congregating for their big moment. Viewers can expect another memorable and star-studded Emmys – from the stellar mix of shows that have redefined quality viewing the past year to Saturday Night Live’s longest-running cast member …

‘Kakabakaba Ka Ba?’ and other Raquel Villavicencio films now streaming on KTX

A classic Pinoy musical-comedy film comes to today’s viewers as the latest installment of Sagip Pelikula Spotlight brings the digitally restored version of LVN Pictures’ 1980 film “Kakabakaba Ka Ba?” now streaming on KTX.  Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Mike de Leon and co-written with Doy del Mundo and veteran actress Raquel Villavicencio, the revered musical …

‘The Influencer’ tells a cautionary tale of fame in the social media generation

Fame can be a rabbit hole once you let it devour your sensibilities. It can change you for the better or for the worse, it can give you more confidence but it can also give you more reason or more people to bring you down. But in the social media generation when fame can be …

TV5 Parol Lighting Kicks Off Philippine TV’s Longest Christmas Celebration together with Sorsogon and Abra Alagang Kapatid communities

True to its tradition of having the longest Christmas celebration on Philippine television, TV5 officially welcomed the Yuletide Season at the start of the BER months with a Parol Lighting Ceremony held in TV5 Novaliches on September 1. Making this Christmas more meaningful and special is the 10th Anniversary celebration of Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Inc. …

NCCA, FDCP to bring back restored Filipino films to big screen  

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), through the Metropolitan Theater (MET), and the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) partnered in strengthening Filipino films through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) last August 31, 2022 held at the MET. The MOU signing was led by NCCA and National Historical Commission of the …

Exceptional actors and acclaimed filmmakers team up for Viu Original series ‘K Love’

This 2022, Viu is set to premiere the most anticipated Viu Original series, K-Love — a Filipino series made for Korean drama fans by critically acclaimed filmmakers in Hollywood. It is a story that will indeed resonate through the hearts of all the K-drama fans out there as each character’s persona slowly unfolds throughout the …

Five random misfits from a superhero academy become unlikely superheroes in ANIMA’s ‘ERO’

MANILA, Philippines – Generations of superheroes have come and gone in the history of Philippine shows, each leaving a distinct impact and legacy among viewers.  This year, ANIMA, one of the creative business units of tradigital entertainment company KROMA Entertainment, adds a fresh batch to this super roster as it gears up for the launch …