THESIS DEFENSE SCHEDULE (9am onwards)
09:00 - 09:20: PAGITAN by Arch Dimaculangan
09:20 - 09:40: HULING BATI by Alex Poblete
09:40 - 10:00: HUWAG KANG MATAKOT by Celina Donato
10:00 - 10:20: WONDERSCAPE by Ariadne Villanueva
10:20 - 10:40: STALEMATE by Tara Llavore
10:40 - 11:00: PINAY DREAM by Jam Paguntalan
01:30 - 02:00: OUR PACHAO by Emilie Batard
02:00 - 02:20: ANG LIBINGAN NG MGA PANTAS NG PERYA by Joyen Santos
02:20 - 02:50: ASAN SI LOLO ME? by Sari Estrada
02:50 - 03:10: BISITA by Meli de los Reyes
03:10 - 03:20: BAKOD by Eric Sendon
03:20 - 03:45: KANDILARYA by Jerx Aliposa
03:45 - 04:15: OVERDRIVE by Victoria Mostoles
09:00 - 09:25: PRINCESS URDUJA by Tiffanie Ang
09:25 - 09:45: INDAYOG NG NAYATAMAK by Joris Fernandez
09:45 - 10:10: PANANAMPALATAYA by Viktor Toledo
10:10 - 10:30: GRAND GESTURES by Kim Alcoreza
10:30 - 11:30: MALIW by Rob Jara
01:00 - 01:30: MAY DINADALA by Giancarlo Abrahan
01:30 - 03:20: HEY JOE by Jacques Palami (Full Length)
03:20 - 03:45: NANG MALIPOL SA GUBAT by Donna Matibag
03:45 - 05:10: DUNG-AW by Hyro Aguinaldo (Full Length)
05:10 - 05:20: TRANSFER TO CMC TV STUDIO (short walk)
05:20 - 06:00: MECHANIZED INTIMACY by Rhine Bernardino (iPad installation)
*schedule is approximated, subject to changes on the day itself due to panel discussion and defense
Schedule for Black Beret Competition to follow!
Siyasatin natin ang kalagayan ng industriya ng pelikulang Pilipino kasama walang iba kundi ang batikang direktor ng ng alternative cinema, Mr. Brillante Mendoza.
Punta na sa MEDIA REPORT 2013, ang taunang forum na handog ng Union of Journalists of the Philippines - UP Diliman. Gaganapin sa Huwebes, Feb 7, sa CMC Auditorium, 1-3pm. :)
A Sensible Leverage
There seems to be an emerging shift in the landscape of Philippine politics. Once, television, film, and music personalities were deemed as the trailblazers for throwing their legs into the political bandwagon. Their promises, acclaimed talents, irresistible good looks, and massive public appeal have proven to be effective vote getters in the past. No wonder that up to today, several personalities from such fold still hold electoral positions in national and local offices.
The trend does not seem to be short-lived after all, as had many predicted. In the latest election build-up season (the remaining few months of the year prior to the mandated election season, which in Philippine laws is in February), showbiz reports continued buzzing with clips of personalities from show business filing their Certificates of Candidacy throughout the country. Show business has never been more proactive in social and political issues until recently that no wonder, the practice of the entertainers moving in the political circles would have enduring effect. One could say that the landslide victory of President Joseph Estrada, an actor, in 1998 is far from being the climax of the celebrity-turns-politician movement, but rather that spark to an enduring practice in Philippine democracy.
Devils on the Doorstep