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PDI Indie Bravo! film fest on tour

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“SANGANDAAN”

After a well-received premiere last December at Greenbelt’s MyCinema, the First Inquirer Indie Bravo! Film Festival is going on tour, with screenings scheduled at the Film Development Council of the Philippines Cinematheques in Zamboanga, Davao, Baguio and Iloilo.

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Awarded actor directs first film

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LAZARO with Irma Adlawan in “Edna.”

It took 35 years for actor Ronnie Lazaro to make the decision but, when he did, it seemed predestined.   Over six years ago, Lazaro bumped into an old friend, businessman Anthony V. Gedang, in a local mall. As youngsters, they were neighbors in Pasong Tirad, Makati, which became the  setting of Neal “Buboy” Tan’s [...]

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Playing gay is on to-do list of award-winning actor Ronnie Lazaro

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ON THE set of “Juana Change the Movie” (from left): writer-producer Raymond Lee, actors Ronnie Lazaro and Mae Paner and director Jade Castro

Ronnie Lazaro, the award-winning actor who bared all as a live-sex performer in Tikoy Aguiluz’s 1985 drama film “Boatman,” dons an archbishop’s robes in Jade Castro’s forthcoming comedy “Juana Change the Movie.”

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‘Boundary’ in Guam

RONNIE Lazaro in “Boundary”

Benito Bautista’s “Boundary” will compete at the Guam International Film Festival, set Sept. 27-30.   Last year, “Boundary” won the Netpac prize at Cinemalaya and special mention at Cinemanila.   The indie drama stars Ronnie Lazaro as a taxi driver who crosses paths with a mysterious passenger played by Raymond Bagatsing.   Its website says [...]

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Actors, filmmakers team up to produce Ilonggo movie

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JOEL Torre

BACOLOD City—Multi-awarded actors and filmmakers have banded together to do an Ilonggo film which they hope to release not only in the Philippines but overseas. Actors Joel Torre and Ronnie Lazaro on Monday said their long-term goal is to create an Ilonggo movie industry by making quality films that can vie for awards especially in [...]

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