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3rd PDI indie tribute a box-office success

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After clearing airport security, before boarding a flight to Dubai Tuesday afternoon, United States-based filmmaker Benito Bautista sent Inquirer yet another text message of thanks for his citation from the 3rd Inquirer Indie Bravo! Tribute on Monday night.

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Indie Bravo!


Hamming it up. With his bamboo camera, Kidlat Tahimik “shoots” a fellow honoree, filmmaker Auraeus Solito.

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PDI confers 3rd ‘Indie Bravo!’ awards to year’s best


Once again, the annual Inquirer Indie Tribute gathered the most widely acclaimed Filipino film artists—from actors led by Nora Aunor and Eddie Garcia to directors Brillante Ma. Mendoza and Adolfo Alix Jr.—in a well-attended, but intimate, family-type gathering on Monday night.

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Bravo, indies!

EDDIE Garcia, one of the Inquirer honorees,  in a scene from “Bwakaw”

On its third year, the Inquirer Indie Tribute, now officially dubbed the Indie Bravo! awards, is honoring movie icons—filmmakers and actors who have made waves in the international and local scenes. This year, the Philippine Daily Inquirer is celebrating the achievements of new and past winners. Among the honorees from year one who made it […]

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Dissecting the discount


The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has finally fulfilled a promise made to independent filmmakers during the Inquirer Indie Tribute last December. The board’s new circular 07-2011, which gives special rates (70-percent off on the review fee which costs P8,250) to independently produced movies, was greeted with both jubilation and trepidation in […]

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