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Sentimental rock star remembers mom, his idol

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Marc Abaya.

One will have to listen closely to catch the remarkable revelation that this man, tattooed and bearded rock star Marc Abaya, wears his heart on his sleeve for his mother, the late filmmaker Marilou Diaz-Abaya.

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‘Barber’s Tale:’ A tribute to strong women

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JUN ROBLES Lana (right) directs the cast, led by Eugene Domingo (second from left) and Iza Calzado (third from right), in a remote town in Quezon province. facebook photo

Filmmaker Jun Robles Lana recalls having soldiers, priests and insurgents in his clan.

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Cinemanila pays tribute to late great filmmakers with special screenings

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“TAGLISH,” directed by Gym Lumbera in black and white for the 14th Cinemanila International Film Festival, is about “the infidelity between two languages.”

The Cinemanila International Film Festival 2012, which opens on Thursday till Dec. 11 at the Market! Market! in Taguig City, will pay tribute to great Filipino filmmakers who passed away this year.

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Woman of substance

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ABAYA. All too brief encounters.

Direk Marilou Diaz-Abaya lost her five-year battle with the Big C on Oct. 8 at St. Luke’s Global City. In 2004, I took her photo at her house on Horseshoe Drive, San Juan.

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Actors vow to carry on Marilou Diaz-Abaya’s legacy

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ABAYA. A day spent with her is a dazzling celebration of words, ideas and feelings.

Much-awarded director and writer Marilou Diaz-Abaya, who died on Oct. 8 after a five-year battle with cancer, was laid to rest at Loyola Memorial Park in Parañaque City Saturday morning.

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