‘Mindanao’ Film Review 2, from Another Point of View

What’s great about art and consuming it is the gift of interpretation, reflection, and (more) research. Whether the art form is profound or not, there’s always something we can learn from it. Now, those learnings and interpretation are still based on how we were brought up, the things that shaped us, and most importantly, the things which we are most exposed to–our family, peers, the … Continue reading ‘Mindanao’ Film Review 2, from Another Point of View

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Listen to Luis Rabat Before the World Does

I have never been more excited about Mindanao’s music than after discovering Luis Rabat. While only releasing three songs to this date, he has been one of the few artists whom I believe have great potential to make it to the top. His songs are easy-listening, danceable, relatable, contemporary while maintaining to be on the range of at least three generations (Gen X, Millennials, and … Continue reading Listen to Luis Rabat Before the World Does

MMFF 2019: Diverse As It Can Ever Be

This year’s Metro Manila Film Festival is a run for the buck. As any film buff would notice, there’s an eclectic mix of the eight films that would be featured, which can be compared to the MMFF of the Golden Age of the Philippine Cinema where the greats such as Lino Brocka, Mike de Leon, and Ishmael Bernal each have their own entries. Undoubtedly one … Continue reading MMFF 2019: Diverse As It Can Ever Be