During birth anniversaries and the holiday season, my staff and I usually cook special food for my pets: nine Toy Poodles, one Siberian Husky and a half-breed Belgian Malinois. They love apples and pears and, would you believe, pancit and Pinoy spaghetti! We dress them up in holiday getups, too. My aunts and friends in the United States frequently send packages of dog food and colorful costumes.
After Zamboanga City, the inaugural Inquirer Indie Bravo! Film Festival goes to Davao City, starting tomorrow until June 1.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
No stranger to portraying 19th-century characters on stage, actor John Arcilla is playing a historical figure onscreen for the first time in Jerrold Tarog’s “Heneral Luna.”
For the third time, actor John Arcilla is playing a man in uniform on-screen.
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.