By Rica Arevalo
My first film award was a CCP Gawad Alternatibo for Best Documentary, shared with my thesis partner at De La Salle University, broadcast journalist Chi Datu-Bocobo. Two decades later, I sat on the jury of the 26th CCP Award for Alternative Film and Video, held last Nov. 19-21.
By Rito P. Asilo
Baby Ruth Villarama’s documentary, “Little Azkals,” which will be screened today (Nov. 8) at 2:30 p.m. and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at TriNoma (as one of 10 competing entries at this year’s QCinema International Film Festival, until Nov. 11) follows the baby steps taken by the Philippine Football Federation to keep the country’s World Cup dream alive.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Once the turf of women, ballet and modern dance in the Philippines have spawned amazing danseurs in the last decade, as well as their greater public acceptance.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
It was a small miracle in itself. A documentary on young football dreamers, Baby Ruth Villarama-Gutierrez’s “Little Azkals,” managed to score theatrical screenings at SM cinemas this month.
Produced by GMA News TV in cooperation with The Workshop for Infinite Media Inc., “Agbalbalitok (The Gold Prospector)” is a documentary that tackles small-scale mining in Benguet.