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Gino Padilla on ‘The Ryzza Mae Show’

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The 80′s is one of the most beloved and fondly remembered eras in popular music.   The vibrant colors, the big hairdos, the unmistakable fashion and wardrobe statements and, of course, the most important for me was the kind of music that proliferated through the radio airwaves.   Among the wide array of genres that [...]

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Animated movies now part of metro film fest

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HANNAH Espia’s “Mamang Pulis”

Animated movies are now part of the Metro Manila Film Festival. Through the festival’s New Wave section, animated film entries are given screening slots before the annual event, along with full-feature films by independent productions, and short films by students.

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MMFF New Wave extended

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Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chair Francis Tolentino and the executive committee (Execom) of the Metro Manila Film Festival announced that the New Wave section has been extended untilDec. 24 at Glorietta 4.

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MMFF new wave section ‘a big break’ for indies

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WILL Fredo

Filmmaker Will Fredo hopes the New Wave section of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) will herald a bright beginning for the annual cinema event.

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One more time: Shout, let it all out

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TEARS for Fears founders Roland Orzabal (left) and Curt Smith parted ways in 1991, but got back together in 2000 to record a new album. The duo toured with a full band in 2010.

It is 1985. The Philippine government is reeling from nonstop protest rallies in the aftermath of the Ninoy Aquino assassination. For those of us still in college, attending classes loses its relevance and music becomes a refuge from the noise on the streets.

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A reunion gig where no one was too old to rock

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New Wave music bounced back to life Friday night at the NBC Tent in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, courtesy of “Rebel Yell,” an event starring Pinoy band Identity Crisis, whose members played again for the first time since breaking up in the mid-1990s. The reunion gig—which also featured retro covers band Kudos Love ’80s and [...]

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