From starring in two Cinemalaya films to landing the lead role in the only Philippine entry for the Venice International Film Festival, actress Jorrybell Agoto is a new force in the film festival circuit.
Ateneo Blue Repertory breathes new life into the queer cult classic “Zsazsa Zaturnnah Ze Muzikal.”
We speak to Ariel Esteban Cayer and Pearl Chan about their boutique home video label Kani Releasing and the long road from film print to Blu-Ray release.
A conversation with writer-director Kenneth Dagatan about the film, accessing terror in childhood experiences, and communicating with Southeast Asian collaborators through film language.
A behind-the-scenes look into the making of the Star Cinema film "An Inconvenient Love" starring the most powerful post-pandemic love team in the Philippines — DonBelle.
We spoke to screenwriter Ara Chawdhury and actor Chai Fonacier (in photo) about crafting the mystical character of Diana, differences in labor practices, and what we often misunderstand with representation.
With increasing access to historical fiction and documentary films, how does film and television affect the country’s collective memory, especially around historical atrocities?
Few actors have the longevity, reach, and versatility of John Lloyd Cruz. Here, the actor talks to Lav Diaz about rediscovering the craft of acting, culminating in two of the year’s most essential viewings — “A Tale of Filipino Violence” and “When the Waves Are Gone,” where he, almost literally, disappears into every role.
After her star-making turn in Ruben Östlund’s “Triangle of Sadness,” Dolly de Leon has quickly become an international obsession. Film critics such as Neil Young, Guy Lodge, Jason Gorber, and David Ehrlich have been singing their praises, with Variety’s Clayton Davis even placing her in the early Oscars conversation alongside Michelle Yeoh. Now that the Palme d’Or-winning social satire is set to be distributed by NEON — the company responsible for the successful campaigns of films like “Paras...