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Mendoza feels ‘accomplished, proud’ after entering MMFF

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Brillante Mendoza and Mercedes Cabral. PHOTO BY ALLAN POLICARPIO

Internationally acclaimed independent film director Brillante Mendoza on Monday said he felt accomplished and proud after his film “Thy Womb” entered this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival, saying that he hoped more Filipinos would appreciate why indie films reap awards abroad.

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The Fray melts Filipino fans’ hearts

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They have found us. Performing for the first time in Manila Saturday night, the Fray showed their loyal Filipino fans how great piano rock music is done with much heart, passion and soul. And that even for just one night, magic could happen when you find a deep connection with your audience.

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Filipino fans to get the best of The Fray

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The American alternative-rock band the Fray is set to rock the Smart-Araneta Coliseum this Saturday night.

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Jonas Brothers sing hearts out to Manila fans

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Nick of The Jonas Brother's answers questions with Joe and Kevin during pressconference held at Shangri-La Makati.The American pop trio and siblings Jonas Brothers have arrived in Manila for their two-night concert in the country. For the Philippine stop of their "Jonas Brothers Live 2012" tour, the Disney-grown musical act will perform at the Mall of Asia Arena on October 19, and at Waterfront Hotel in Cebu on October 20. Photo by EDWIN BELLOSILLO

“I can’t believe it took us this long to get here. It’s our first time here in Manila and you guys are showing us so much love.”

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Brillante Mendoza says PH audience for indie films still a work-in-progress

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Award-winning director Brillante Mendoza on Wednesday said that Philippine independent films still lacked backing from local audiences, noting that most Filipinos still find it hard to appreciate such films.

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Cine Europa 2012 to feature 4 Filipino movies

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As it celebrates 15 years of bridging the gap between Europeans and Filipinos through cinema, Cine Europa is set to make record high as it bolsters new features to make more Filipinos find comfort in the stories and sensibilities of their European brothers and sisters.

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More actors pay homage to Dolphy, laud his humility, simplicity

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Dolphy. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO/ROMY HOMILLADA

Comedian Jimmy Santos, drama actor Dominic Ochoa and veteran actress Gloria Romero pay homage to Comedy King Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon at the Heritage Memorial Park Thursday.

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I don’t know if I’ll be able to let go of Dolphy—Zsa Zsa

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Zsa Zsa Padilla gets emotional as she shares message to the audience during the Necrological service for King of Comedy Dolphy Quizon at Dolphy Theater, ABSCBN Wednesday night.  ANDREW TADALAN / PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER

“I don’t know if I will be able to let go of Dolphy,” Padilla said in an interview with reporters Thursday at the public viewing of Comedy King Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon’s remains at the Heritage Memorial Park in Taguig City.

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We are here to celebrate my father’s life—Epy Quizon

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Artist Manuel "Jhojo" Cartagena Jr. gives a black and white portrait of Dolphy to Eric and Epy Quizon during the public viewing at the Heritage Memorial Park in Taguig City on Thursday.INQUIRER PHOTO / NIÑO JESUS ORBETA

Epy Quizon thanked the Filipino people for coming at the public viewing of his father’s remains at The Heritage Memorial Park, saying that the Filipinos were celebrating Dolphy’s life with the family.

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Bulacan has a resolution for ‘Tito’ Dolphy—governor

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Dolphy. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO/ROMY HOMILLADA

Bulacan Governor Wilhelmino Alvarado on Thursday said that Bulacan has a resolution showing that it was one with the nation in mourning for the death of Comedy King Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon.

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Dolphy fans pay homage to the ‘Comedy King’

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A public viewing of Comedy King Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon’s remains started Thursday morning at Heritage Memorial Park in Taguig City.

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Dolphy T-shirts, pins, posters for sale as public viewing starts in Taguig City

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Dolphy. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

A public viewing of Comedy King Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon’s remains started Thursday morning at Heritage Memorial Park in Taguig City.

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