Rappler's latest stories on Atom Araullo
The film, starring Atom Araullo, is director Mike de Leon's commentary on the country's current political and social realities
The director responds to Atom Araullo's statement about their working relationship on the set of 'Citizen Jake’
'Mike is a deeply troubled person. The kindest thing I can say about him is that he needs help, patience, and understanding as he wrestles with his personal demons'
Journalist and poet Frank Cimatu, a Baguio native, shares his thoughts on Mike de Leon's latest film
Following his acting debut and a new TVC, Atom said he wants to ‘get better at journalism’
(2ND UPDATE) 'I think Atom and I are both relieved to close the book on this collaboration and finally get out of each other’s lives,' he said on Facebook
'Citizen Jake makes us not only witnesses to these challenging times but confronts us with truths both forgotten and ignored'
'Citizen Jake' isn’t really an ode to courageous citizenry, an ovation to staunch journalism. The film is more of a wake-up call, a reminder that evil, in the form of a growing apathy that has seen the undeterred return of dictators and tyrants, is afoot.
'I think a crucial element of any healthy democracy is a healthy press and free press,' journalist Atom Araullo says
Atom is taking on new challenges – both personal and professional – this 2018
'Having lived through the Marcos regime, I thought I had seen the worst that an abusive government can do to its own people,' says director Mike de Leon
UNHCR advocate Atom Araullo joins the UN Refugee Agency in a visit to a community that was affected by the Marawi crisis. Here are some photos from their humanitarian mission.
MovePH's Voltaire Tupaz speaks to multi-awarded journalist and UNHCR advocate Atom Araullo on Rappler Talk on Saturday, November 25, at 2 pm
Isabel Granada, Joe Taruc, and director Maning Borlaza are given posthumous awards
(UPDATED) The news reporter and TV personality leaves his home network, ABS-CBN, where he worked for over a decade
For communicating climate reality journalists Howie Severino GMA 7 Imelda Abano PNEJ Atom Araullo ABS CBN and Voltaire Tupaz Rappler are recognized at the premiere screening of the documentary An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to power on Monday August 28
The documentary will be shown exclusively at Ayala Malls Cinemas Trinoma and Glorietta 4 starting August 30 2017
Meet Jake Herrera a 34 year old journalist played by Atom Araullo in the first trailer for Mike de Leon s Citizen Jake
I just couldn’t say no to Mike de Leon I am taking this leap of faith because I believe in his ability to produce films of exceptional quality that are always imbued with social relevance says the journalist and morning show host
Atom Araullo says he quietly resigned as a news reporter of ABS CBN to explore other areas of media and to grow as a journalist
The first Rotary club in Asia also recognizes 6 other individuals and 6 media organizations