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The Things They Carried

Returning to Mindanao, the land of her youth, Criselda Yabes talks to two young women who survive less-publicized but equally vicious gun battles in Tipo-Tipo...

Stephen King Talks About “It”

The prolific novelist is all praises for the latest adaptation of one of his most enduring works

Jill Paz Wants To Burn Fragments of Her Past Into Memory (and Balikbayan Boxes)

The Fil-Canadian U.S. citizen has found a way to piece together memories and images in The Past is a Foreign Country

This Week In Cinemas: August 30, 2017

Star Cinema goes quirky in the face of the apocalypse

Lost Time and Future Rituals: The Journey of Artist Peewee Roldan

A rare summing up of Norberto “Peewee” Roldan’s life provides a new way of considering the confession box that has become the device in which...

‘Game of Thrones’ doesn’t care about the common people

The fantasy series’ biggest problems have a simple solution: remember the little people who have everything to lose.

The Rogue Recap – August 18-25

Say goodbye to the sun, to comedy, and to animated characters as we continue to welcome our inevitable apocalypse.

Mikhail Red is The 25-year Old Filmmaker Cineastes Can’t Stop Talking About

Fresh off the success of his second film, Birdshot, the young director embodies the best and boldest qualities of the local independent filmmaker.