ANG TULAY NG SAN SEBASTIAN – Teaser Trailer

ANG TULAY NG SAN SEBASTIAN

“May tainga ang mga multo sa araw na patay si Kristo.”

a film by ALVIN YAPAN
Official Entry/In Competition
CINEFILIPINO FILM FESTIVAL 2016
March 16-23, 2016

starring Sandino Martin and Joem Bascon
with Alex Castro, Angela Cortez, Ivy Sumilang, Lance Raymundo, Sue Prado

Ang Tulay Ng San Sebastian Teaser

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THE 10 BEST CINEMALAYA FILMS (2005-2014)

Cinemalaya!!!!

#Pop #Culture #Diva

The Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival was started in 2005 attracting both the independent spirit of filmmakers and the ascending taste of cineastes.  Back in the day, when digital cinema was audacious enough to micro-produce screen materials beyond the skyrocketing dictums of commercialization, there have been debates whether quality and tenacity may be sustained through the years.  On its 11th year, Cinemalaya may have skipped the annual feature length competitions, the steadfast commitment to unconventionality and maintaining its sociocultural character remain and hopefully will continue to produce not only films with autonomous vision, but also filmmakers that will spread their wings wherever the wind of world cinema takes them.

In plain words, here are our choices:

  1. CHILDREN’S SHOW

Photo Credits: Derick Cabrido Photo Credits: Derick Cabrido

Derick Cabrido’s feature length debut about underground children combat is both harrowing and triumphant. It features one of the best marriages of cinematography (Mycko David) and editing (Gerone Centeno)…

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ROGUE The Appetite Issue Gracing Isabel Roces

Rogue

Fashion Ate The Lawyer

Isabel Roces Isabel Roces

THE 2014 APPETITE ISSUE!
Featuring: Isabel Roces in a landmark cover editorial by the legendary Neal Oshima;
Manila Eats II: The Road Test Manual,’ our 2nd annual 28-page Food & Drink Special dedicated to all things new, noteworthy, and downright sinful, featuring Rogue-branded dishes and desserts by Margarita Forés, Sonja Ocampo, Magnum Café, and more; Why Fine Dining is Like Pornography by Teddy Locsin Jr.; A Globetrotting Gastronome’s Tour of the Atlantic Pyrenees and Pays Basque; plus Le Cirque’s Sirio Maccioni, master chocolatier Jacques Torres, Nahm’s David Thompson, and Fäviken’s Magnus Nilsson.

Isabel Roces

photographed by Neal Oshima
Styled by Anna C. Reyes
Makeup by Robbie Piñera
Hair by Albert Fundaranan
Photographer assisted by James Bautista & Chris Soco of Wildbunch

 

Shot by Neil Oshima Shot by Neil Oshima

XOXO,

Fashion Ate The Lawyer

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