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How to make your film–and sell it abroad

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on-the-job

Early this month, we listened to filmmakers who talked about their experiences breaking into the international film market, at this year’s Manila Film Financing Forum at CCP.

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Reforms now will redeem National Artist awards

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Nora Aunor INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Our front page commentary last Sunday (“Protests over new awardees should finally lead to reforms”) on the latest national artists controversy has elicited follow-up requests for a longer and more detailed discussion of what those comprehensive reforms should involve.

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Did you know…‘Maestra’ at the CCP

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After last month’s successful screening of “Banaue,” the Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (Sofia) presents another Gerardo de Leon classic, “Ang Bagong Maestra.”

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Source: Nora Aunor may soon be declared National Artist

ARNOLD ALMACEN

A highly placed insider has told Inquirer Entertainment that it’s all systems go for the declaration of the newest batch of National Artists—which include architect Jose Ma. Zaragoza, poet Cirilo F. Bautista, choreographer Alice Reyes, composer Francisco F. Feliciano, komiks novelist Francisco V. Coching and actress-producer Nora Aunor.

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Special concert underscores timelessness of Mr. C’s music

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Ryan Cayabyab

Ten years ago, I watched Ryan Cayabyab’s “The Musicman at 50” concert at the CCP. Last May 3, I was at the same venue for Mr. C’s 60th birthday concert, “The Music of Ryan Cayabyab.” Why do I keep watching and listening to the same repertoire? —Because Mr. C’s music is timeless!

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