Indonesia memiliki bakat-bakat musik yang dapat menembus pasar internasional. Pembuktian tersebut diberikan oleh para musisi indie dalam negeri
Senator Vicente 'Tito' Sotto III wants the MMDA to create a film festival for independent movies, saying that the revamped MMFF is 'prejudicial to regular moviegoers'
The future is bright for these sweet-looking titles showcased at the eSports and Gaming Summit 2016
'Not only are Filipinos good technologically, we're also probably the most creative people in the ASEAN region. Let's celebrate that,' says PLDT Capital managing director Winston Damarillo
From selling EPs door-to-door at school to playing at major music festivals, BP Valenzuela has come a long way. Listen to her set live on Rappler.com
Tired of the usual top 40 radio fare? Music enthusiast and Jam 88.3 DJ Russ Davis gives us the lowdown on 5 local indie music acts worth checking out
'The film is riddled with a chronic lack of subtlety and sophistication,' writes Oggs Cruz
Among the songs she played were 'Dumaan Ako' and 'Comfort in Your Strangeness,' with the audience joining her in song
The Nora Aunor movie 'Hustisya' is among the movies to be shown in the film festival
First time film directors Ely Buendia, Yan Yuzon, and King Palisoc present Bang Bang Alley
Entries to the Short Feature Category of the 2014 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition are now being accepted.
MMFF releases a series of text-only films that are viewable completely through a wide variety of mobile phones
Canadian indie rock band Metric solidifies itself as one of the top acts to grace the Manila Music scene in 2013
Keith Sicat effectively captures a society crumbling not from natural or man-made disasters but from persisting norms and religion
An astronaut, a grandmother, a tribesman and a director round up this journey that transcends time, space and reality
When sexual preference becomes the immediate obstacle of love, what real choice does anyone have?
15 films are part of this year's CinemaOne Originals film festival happening November 11 to 19
A film of 4 tangentially related stories with the resulting form impressively more expansive than each of its individual parts
More than a film, it is a poem, it is performance art – an abstract mosaic of an island’s profound agony
'Blue Bustamante' is an effective nostalgia trip to a time of Japanese-styled superheroes and building-sized monsters
If there is a revolution, it is a deeply flawed one. It remains marginalized, with only a few of the films having a life outside of the festival
Cinemalaya film entry Nuwebe deals with the ugly sins of society - rape and incest, and a child’s journey to transcend her trauma
CCP filmfest closes with a bang with Joel Lamangan's politically charged film starring Lorna Tolentino
Actress says winning an award in Cinemalaya is far from her mind. It's enough that she took part in an independent film
Going down south as Cinemalaya steps out of its home base to reach the broader audience.
She's a Filipino-Israeli in the Cinemalaya entry, 'Transit.' She gets to speak Hebrew too
'Jazz in Love' is not just about a gay love story. It's about love, says filmmaker Baby Ruth Villarama
'A lot of people seem to have high expectations for the film,' the Star for All Seasons says of 'Ekstra'
'Rekorder' is the one Cinemalaya entry that may carry the whole festival
Film-maker Criselle Quinn expands the definition of 'indie' in her film, 'Transmigrate'
Here's the latest news on the forthcoming Cannes International Film Festival
Here are almost a hundred EXCLUSIVE photos from that star-studded night
Rappler brings you the event as it happens at the AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City
Indie filmmakers and the call center generation should work hand in hand in finally solving the search for the great Filipino audience and this era’s Great Filipino Film
'Thy Womb' is being pulled out of movie houses in favor of other more commercial productions, Mendoza claimed
The author who never fails to make his readers cry ventures into the literal 'tele-novela'
An indie film fan tells us about styles she has observed among the the films she has watched
After a year of research and hard work, the brilliant director is unveiling his latest film to Filipino audiences
Meet the brilliance behind 'Ang Babae sa Septic Tank' and Unitel's forthcoming 'I Do Bidoo Bidoo'
‘Ang Mga Kidnaper ni Ronnie Lazaro’ is a hilarious crime caper slash call to cinematic arms
He's outgoing, playful and chatty. But this filmmaking dynamo is a genius through and through.
The country's superstar stayed close to 2 weeks in Tawi-Tawi to shoot her indie film