By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Shorts and feature films from all over the country are being showcased at the “Inquirer Indie Bravo!-Fully Booked Film Festival: The Best of Filipino Films 2013 Plus,” ongoing at the U-View of Fully Booked High Street, Bonifacio Global City, until Dec. 12.
By Jodee A. Agoncillo
The cross-dressing gang from the 1980s disco era is back in the Philippines.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Back in the 1980s, singer-actress Timmy Cruz’s claims to fame were such romantic hits as “Boy,” “Joke Lang (Just Kidding),” and “Tingin (Look)”—all composed by Mon del Rosario. Having adapted an introspective lifestyle, the love songs she sings now are mostly devotional.
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
It’s been 32 years since “Penthouse Live” debuted on GMA 7, yet the chemistry between its hosts, Pops Fernandez and Martin Nievera, remains as strong as ever.
By Emmie G. Velarde
Repeatedly, musical theater enthusiasts are reminded that the 16-year-old version of “Chicago the Musical” that is Manila-bound next week was choreographed by Ann Reinking “in the style of Bob Fosse,” one of its three original creators.