The contest will run from July until September 15, 2017
(UPDATED) Filmmaker Paolo Villaluna’s feature film 'Pauwi Na,' starring Bembol Roco and Cherry Pie Picache, wins the top prize at the Shangahi International Film Festival 2017
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
David Chua, chairman of Travellers International Hotel Group that owns and operates Resorts World, has been subpoenaed to appear on Wednesday, June 21
Kobe Paras pulls off two thunderous dunks but doesn't advance to the final 4
Here are some of Kobe Paras' jaw dropping dunks in the FIBA 3x3 World Cup tournament over the years
Pyongyang accuses US officials of seizing a diplomatic package from the North Korean delegation at John F. Kennedy International Airport
Where are these people coming from, where are they going, how many have died, and how many will be allowed to stay?
In Caloocan, 72-year-old Arturo Fabular walks for 10 hours each day to sell ice drop candy just to make ends meet
About 68 listed Philippine firms, including 4 Andrew Tan-led businesses, will need to sell more shares to the public if SEC hikes the minimum public float to 20%
IMF chief Christine Lagarde and the eurozone's 19 finance ministers meet in Luxembourg with hopes riding high that the talks will secure the release of the latest tranche of Greece's 86-billion euro ($97 billion) bailout agreed in 2015
David shares the prize with US translator Jessica Cohen
Testimonies from police officials and hotel security reveal a lack of coordination among those deployed to pursue gunman Jessie Carlos
(UPDATED) An arrest warrant by the Hague-based ICC against Seif in 2011 'remains valid and Libya is obliged to immediately arrest and surrender Mr Gaddafi... regardless of any purported amnesty law in Libya,' Fatou Bensouda says
The cargo ship, carrying more than two tons of essential supplies including fuel, air, and equipment and parcels for astronauts, is due to dock with the ISS on Friday at 1142 GMT
This comes after the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation's decision to suspend the provisional license of the casino
Empire East will continue to invest and expand in the Philippines, allocating P25 billion in capital spending budget over the next 5 years to fund its projects in Metro Manila and the south
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV says the DOJ order is 'proof' that retired Davao cop Arturo Lascañas told the 'truth' about President Rodrigo Duterte in connection with the Davao Death Squad
This would make the Cebu airport the only Philippine airport with two independent parallel runways, seen to serve annual passenger capacities of up to 50 million
Beating 6 other teams, the country’s first-ever cross-disability dragon boat racing team wins the race with a speed of one minute and 43 seconds
To build a safety and health culture among young Filipino workers, the ILO launches the Youth4OSH Project and invites young people to join the SafeYouth@Work Media Competition. Winning entries for photo, film, song, story, poster/drawing and the unique Surprise Us category will get the chance to travel to Singapore in September 2017 and to present their winning piece due on 30 June 2017
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says the inquiry on the proposed plan is to ensure, at the outset, 'that we continue to conserve and protect this last bastion of coastal biodiversity in Palawan'
For the workers stranded in the labor camps, reforms and resolutions cannot come fast enough
Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and congressman Gary Alejano call for a preliminary examination to give victims hope 'Duterte’s impunity would soon end'
The computer bans are looming large over the agenda as the International Air Transport Association (IATA) holds its annual meeting in the Mexican resort city
From just 3 in 2010, the number of bird strike incidents drastically increased to 50 in 2016 alone
The head of Omega Pro Sports International says he's learned lessons about developing his prospects
Authorities catch the suspects live-streaming sexual abuse of Filipino minors
The new International Atomic Energy Agency report shows Iran's nuclear activities remain much reduced, making any push to make an atomic bomb much harder than before the agreement
There are 700 million kids whose childhood ended early, says a report by by international child’s rights group Save the Children
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A security source who asked not to be named says 'the sub-Saharan migrants, including babies and women, died of thirst because their vehicle broke down'
'They are not going to destroy the corals,' says Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo, recalling the personal assurance given to her by representatives of Viacom International Media Networks and Coral World Park Undersea Resorts
If all goes as planned, a Falcon 9 rocket will propel the Dragon into low-Earth orbit, where it will eventually connect with the space station, circling the Earth at a height of some 250 miles (400 kilometers)
A number of domestic and international flights are affected by the temporary closure of NAIA's Runway 06/24
Authorities have embarked on what Amnesty International described as 'a systematic campaign, using the criminal justice system to harass and intimidate' opponents
The United States' current laptop ban only covers flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa
Local police caught the mother in the act of live streaming her 15-year-old daughter's 'online show' to a foreigner
Duterte is using a sledgehammer to take on a job that is properly accomplished with precision tools. It is the convenient but indiscriminate weapon of an authoritarian leader.
Cindy Crawford, Pierce Brosnan, Milla Jovovich, and other stars pay homage to the 'gifts of love and friendship that mothers give to their children' at the Best Buddies International's Mother's Day event
Watch our interview with terrorism expert Rohan Gunaratna live
By declaring martial law in Mindanao, President Rodrigo Duterte has 'summoned the ghost of Marcos,' says Human Rights Watch
Megan also opens up about settling down with her longtime boyfriend Mikael Daez
Service to Kuwait will end in June 2017, while service to Riyadh and Doha will end in early July
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A month after declining an honorary doctorate degree from the University of the Philippines (UP), Duterte is expected to accept one from Russia's elite school for diplomats
Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority show there were more than 8 million overworked Filipinos in 2015
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, one of the complaint's respondents, says the ICC case against him, the President, and other officials is 'baseless'