Culture

Brillante Mendoza Butchers Truth in ‘Amo’

The series, available on Netflix, is a poor representative of the nation.

This Week In Cinemas – April 11, 2018

Quiet families, long distance relationships, masked killers, and a rampaging gorilla.

Six Local Movie Posters, as Explained by the Artist

Multimedia artist Justin Besana gives a behind-the-scenes peek at film poster design, and the obstacles and sparks of inspiration that come with it.

‘Golden Hour’ Is the Country Music Album You Didn’t Know You Needed

The latest release from former Nashville Star contestant Kacey Musgraves blends classic country, cheeky wordplay, and psychedelic synths in 13 essential songs.

‘Ama, Anak’ Tells a Story of Growing Up Through Three Painters

The exhibit features Renato Habulan, his son Guerrero, and son-in-law Pro Gelladuga—each capturing our sense of identity at a different stage in our lives.

State of the Art: Young Artists and New Perspectives

In a constantly shifting art scene, these local artists dare to go against the grain to find their own ways of seeing.

Fondazione Prada Brings Rome’s Post-War Art Revival to Shanghai

Germano Celant curates paintings and sculptures from one of the Eternal City’s most electrifying periods of art.

Meet the Judges on the All-New American Idol

It’s back, with some new (and very familiar) faces. Ryan Seacrest is still here, too.