Filipino star rises in South Korea

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An award-winning Filipino filmmaker-actor is currently making waves in South Korea. Taguig City-born Nash Ang clinched a role in an episode of the crime procedural drama “Ghost-Seeing Detective Cheoyong” ...

Inspiring Pacman docu premieres

7 years ago

AMERICAN filmmakers Leon Gast and Ryan Moore chronicle Filipino boxer Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao’s rise from poverty to becoming boxing’s only eight- division world champion and Sarangani congressman via the ...

VILMA, HAILED BEST ACTRESS IN INT’L FILM FEST

7 years ago

ABS-CBN takes pride in the achievement of Star For All Seasons Vilma Santos, who was named Best Actress at the 13th Dhaka International Film Festival held in Bangladesh for ...

Kris Aquino shares ‘tampo’ with Vice Ganda

7 years ago

QUEEN of All Media Kris Aqui­no revealed the recent Metro Ma­nila Film Festival (MMFF) affected her friendship with comedian Vice Ganda but things are okay now  between them. In ...

10,000 Hours Most awarded MMFF movie

7 years ago

The Joyce Bernal action-dra­ma “10,000 Hours,” this year’s most awarded entry in the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival, is also among the least watched of the eight competing films. ...

Nebraska (PG) *** Rural Bliss?

7 years ago

Rites of passage can be tricky affairs. Aging can bring out all sorts of demons. One man’s pursuit of fortune turns a family on it’s ear in Nebraska. Fresh ...

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    Liza Soberano is new Save the Children Philippines ambassador

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