Culture

History Replayed

Typhoon Yolanda was the third time Tacloban has been wiped out by a powerful storm, writes our greatest public historian. Why haven’t we learned from...

First look at AMC’s ‘Preacher’

The network behind The Walking Dead offers a brief new glimpse of its adaptation of the late-90's cult classic comic series

Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa: the most human film of the year?

The mind behind Synecdoche, New York is back with his first film in seven years

The Day the Earth Stood Still

In the last year alone, Manila’s traffic situation has gone from tolerably unpleasant to laughably unbearable—and has since seen a slight abatement.

Five Philippine Historical Films That Haven’t Been Made Yet

Considering Philippine cinema's fascination with the Philippine Revolution in the last few years, we suggest five other periods that deserve the cinematic treatment

The Cartographer

Relying on a personal fascination with space, artist Ryan Villamael breathes new life into Old Manila with his latest exhibit

How cynics can shape our nation in the next elections

A young good governance advocate reconsiders the overwhelming attitude of cynicism and apathy that seems to sway the public

Conquering Apocalypse

Mario Cornejo talks about the stories that shaped him, leading us on a journey that traces his cinematic lineage