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The most anticipated EDM (electronic dance music) event of the year is finally here as Hyve Nation presents “Zedd Moment of Clarity Tour Manila”. Happening on December 12 at SMX Convention Center, dance music’s fastest rising star Zedd is joined by special guest DJ, French NuDisco producer Madeon.
By Lea Salonga
Did last weekend really happen? I don’t think I had done a concert before that went as seamlessly, perfectly, relaxed. It felt like a magical dream. I didn’t want those two nights to end… I’m sure all of us who were part of “Playlist” would have kept going if we had our way. We are experiencing a major hangover. It’s been almost a week after the fact, and we’re still… there!
Pinoy director Joseph Israel Laban’s “Nuwebe” won the Youth Jury’s Mention of Honor at the 3rd Lume International Film Festival in São Luis, Maranhão, Brazil (Nov. 26-Dec. 1). The 2013 Cinemalaya entry also won best actress for child star Barbara Miguel (as local cinema’s youngest mother) at the Harlem fest in New York.
This year, our motif for the Christmas tree is silver and red. For a touch of sophistication, we added bright silver ornaments. But the dominant color is still red. A family friend decorated it, but I helped set up the lights. We usually celebrate Christmas by simply going to church and praying for God’s grace. For me, that’s the real essence of the season.
Sean Ellis’ “Metro Manila” was declared the surprise winner at the British Independent Film Awards, bagging three major honors: best British independent film, director and achievement in production. Filipino actors John Arcilla and Jake Macapagal (nominated for best supporting actor and most promising newcomer, respectively) attended the event held in London on Sunday night.
By Joey Gabieta
Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber made a quick surprise visit to an evacuation center here on Tuesday as he began a campaign to help victims of Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan).
By Marinel R. Cruz
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has ordered the producers of GMA 7’s “Unang Hirit” to issue a public apology and pay a fine of P20,000 for an episode where news anchor Arnold Clavio berated a guest.
By Marinel R. Cruz
“During difficult times, you can’t afford to be choosy,” said comedienne Pokwang, who had no qualms about being the second choice to play the lead role in the film, “Call Center Girl.”
We asked the stars: Why should we celebrate Christmas this year after a string of disasters?
By Ruel S. De Vera
Making a successful sequel to a box office blockbuster film is really quite like squaring off with a dragon: It’s an unenviable task that becomes more difficult the larger the dragon. Yet some sequels of big first films were also some of the best, ever, and obviously better than their predecessors, “The Empire Strikes Back,” “The Dark Knight” and “The Godfather: Part II,” among them.
By Kristine Angeli Sabillo
Jessica Sanchez did not grow up in the Philippines and she has yet to speak fluently in Filipino but slowly, through her work as a singer, she has been learning more about the country and acquainting herself with the culture.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
The idea was to get the entire Benilde community involved in a filmmaking project. After all, it usually takes a village to create a work of art.