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Here are spoiler-free reviews of 'Edward,' 'Pandanggo sa Hukay,' 'John Denver Trending,' 'Tabon,' and 'Belle Douleur'
'John Denver Trending,' is the biggest winner of the festival's awards night
'John Denver Trending' wins Best Film in the full length category
Planning to watch a Cinemalaya movie? Here's a short guide
Viva gathers its biggest stars in one event to celebrate its 38th
Erik Matti and producer Dondon Monteverde will work on the movie based on the life of the movie producer
We still have a long way to go before we elevate independent documentary culture in the Philippines, but there is hope
The second edition will be called the Metro Manila Summer Film Festival
'It’s also not about the sales or how much a movie has earned. It's about the many hearts that you're able to touch through your films.'
Drama del Rosario hopes his documentary would help eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health and sexual assault, especially involving male survivors
The two attended the MFFF press briefing announcing the first 4 entries to the festival's 2019 run
These are the films that are part of this year's 'Magic 8'
A court in Murcia rules the defendants' 3 websites 'did not contain any kind of audiovisual content, but only published the links that led to other servers where the works were put up'
All Filipino high school students grades 10 to 12, except those who have already been to Japan as part of previous Asian International Children's Film Festivals, are encouraged to submit their entries before the deadline on August 16, 2019
The Istorya ng Pag-asa Film Festival has indeed created a welcome space for these singular stories to be told, helping to make sure that 'those without a voice find one'
Bonjour, movie buffs! A line-up of 15 French films will be screened around Metro Manila, Cebu City, Davao City, and Bacolod City starting June
'Liam Gallagher: As It Was' is a feature-length documentary on the former Oasis frontman's 'years in the musical wilderness'
The critically-acclaimed biopic on Elton John's life receives an extended standing ovation at the Cannes film festival
'Hello Brother' is co-written by Egyptian producer Moez Masoud, who will also produce the movie
'Rambo V: Last Blood' will be shown as part of the out of competition in Cannes
The highly-awaited film starring Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie is heading to Cannes this month
The film will be part of the festival's Director's Fortnight section
Sterling Van Wagenen faces between 6 years and life in prison
Beyonce releases the 'Homecoming' live album from her Coachella performance
(UPDATED) 'Tenki no Ko: Weathering With You' is directed by Makoto Shinkai, the man behind anime masterpiece 'Kimi no Na wa'
Queen Bey is heading for Netflix domination this April 17
The 'pro-life' movie produced by a Christian studio brings in more than $8.6 million to date
Agnes Varda, the only woman director to rise from the New Wave film scene in the 1960s, dies after a battle with cancer
Have you watched this Netflix action thriller yet?
'Yellow Rose' stars Lea Salonga and Eva Noblezada
The female-led superhero flick takes in an additional $68 million on its second weekend, making its foreign grand total $494 million so far
Audiences can catch their beloved Pinoy films at the ‘Reelive the Classics’ festival at Santolan Town Plaza
FDCP Chair Liza Diño-Seguerra talks about the change in a Facebook post
The film injects new life into the most famous space mission of all time, which transfixed the world from July 16-24, 1969
The actresses won for their performances at the 2018 Cinemalaya Film Festival
'Imprisoned: Raising My Baby Behind Bars' is set to be shown on March 7 at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health Annual Conference
Hiccup and Toothless top the North American box office for a second straight weekend
'Jet Leyco's horror film, sadly, succumbs to being flatly predictable,' movie critic Oggs Cruz says
'How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World' makes a soaring debut at the North American box office, earning $55 million on its first weekend
'The biggest problem of the film is that it turns into a big deal what essentially is an inconsequential romance,' movie critic Oggs Cruz says
'Elisa and Marcela' tells the true story of a gay marriage in Spain a century ago
'The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part' performed below estimates from the studio and industry predictions
The Film Development Council of the Philippines honors 86 artists in the film and television industry
'It is just one lovely film where elements that do not normally gel, beautifully collide,' movie critic Oggs Cruz says
There's more to Miko Livelo's 'Tol' than its well-made gag reel and unabashed silliness
It is being lauded as the first mainstream Indian film to show parents dealing with their daughter being in a same-sex relationship