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Gerry de Leon film ‘Terror is a Man’ screens at the CCP

A scene from ‘Terror is a Man”. INQUIRER file photo

The Society of Filipino Archivists for Film, in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), will screen Gerardo de Leon’s “Terror is a Man,” Friday at the CCP’s Tanghalang Manuel Conde, 4 p.m. The free screening is part of the celebration of the late National Artist De Leon’s centennial year.

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‘Terror is a Man’ at CCP

“TERROR is a Man”

The Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (Sofia), in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), will screen Gerardo de Leon’s “Terror is a Man.”

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CCP ‘Pasinaya’: Going the extra mile

LAHING Batangan Dance Troupe from Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas performs the ‘Maria Clara dance.’ RICHARD A. REYES

This year, there seemed to be more children at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ (CCP) annual open house, “Pasinaya,” possibly because of the previously announced going-the-extra-mile treat.

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Finalists for Cinemalaya 2014 named

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The Cinemalaya Foundation announced the finalists for the New Breed Full Length Feature category and the Directors Showcase for the 2014 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition.

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‘Wicked’ technical bump-in in full swing

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STACEY, the Time Dragon, seems to watch over the production crew—including 50 Filipino workers.

With just a couple of days before the Australasian production of “Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz” opens here in Manila, the production crew of the popular musical was still neck-deep in work at recreating the magical Land of Oz at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Main Theater’s stage as of Friday.

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Gerard Salonga started out as Lea’s unexpected pianist at 7

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Gerard Salonga said he never thought about going into music professionally, although it was part of his life growing up.

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This week only in CCP: ‘Porno’

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Porno. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Screenings of Adolfo Alix Jr.’s “Porno,” an entry in the Directors’ Showcase section of this year’s Cinemalaya, are limited to venues within the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), festival director Chris Millado told Inquirer Entertainment.   Alix declined to screen his work in satellite venues in Greenbelt, TriNoma and Alabang Town Center malls, “due [...]

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Cinemalaya 2013: Alix’s ‘Porno’ to be screened only at CCP

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Filmmaker Adolfo Alix. INQUIRER file photo

Due to its sensitive and adult content, Adolfo Alix’s “Porno” will be screened only at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) theaters, Alix told the INQUIRER on Monday.

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Deglamorized LT conveys beauty of a mother’s love

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LORNA Tolentino (seated second from left) and the cast of “Burgos”

Lorna Tolentino is at it again in Joel Lamangan’s “Burgos,” the maindie (mainstream and indie) advocacy film about respect for human rights that we at the Cinema Evaluation Board have graded “B.” LT portrays Edita Burgos, distraught mother of Jonas, who went missing six years ago. The film takes the gnawing pain in a mother’s [...]

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Cinemalaya 9 unveils opening, closing films

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The Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival, now on its ninth year, has chosen its opening and closing films, according to festival director Chris Millado.

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Beating the odds in top honor’s selection process

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ROMERO. Genuine creativity and artistry.

I’ve been a fan of Eddie Romero’s films since the ’70s, when I watched his highly charged and yet insightful drama, “Passionate Strangers.” After that, I was sequentially blown away by “Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon?,” “Kamakalawa,” “Manila, Open City,” “Intramuros,” “Banta ng Kahapon” and other mature films by Romero that proved beyond all doubt that his oeuvre was a cut above most of his contemporaries.

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CCP holds necrological rites for late National Artist Eddie Romero

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The Cultural Center of the Philippines will pay tribute to the late National Artist for Film and Broadcast Arts Eddie Romero in a necrological ceremony on June 2 at 9 a.m. at the CCP Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (Main Theater). Interment will be at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.

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