Category Archives: Metakritiko

College students

Bakit hindi dapat tanggalin ang Filipino bilang asignatura sa kolehiyo?

Tuesday, 15 July 2014 | Written by
College students

Noong Hunyo 28, 2013, inilabas ng Commission on Higher on Education (CHED) and CHED Memorandum Order No. 20 o ang “General Education Curriculum: Holistic Understandings, Intellectual and Civic Competencies.” Batay sa , hindi na ituturo ang Filipino bilang asignatura sa kolehiyo kapag naipatupad na ang programang K to 12 sa 2016.  Tinalakay ng nasabing memorandum ang pagpasok ng General Education…Read More »

filmmaking

Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2014

Friday, 11 July 2014 | Written by
filmmaking

Every film is a product of hard work and diligence. Creating a film requires painstaking scriptwriting, budgeting, casting, pre-production, production, post production, release and more. Filmmakers are responsible in bringing the film from the development stage to the finished product. Cinema One Originals Film Festival is an annual film festival in the Philippines held every month of November.  It is produced…Read More »

WPFF 2014

Catch the last 2 days of the World Premieres Film Festival 2014

Monday, 7 July 2014 | Written by
WPFF 2014

July seems to be a good time for film festivals, with Eiga Sai and Cinema One launching free film screenings in cinemas around the metro. But there is one more film festival you could come close to missing: the World Premieres Film Festival, which only runs until tomorrow at SM Manila. According to its official website, The World Premieres Film…Read More »

nora aunor

Top 10 Nora Aunor movies (Part 2 of 2)

Saturday, 5 July 2014 | Written by
nora aunor

Nora Aunor has captivated the hearts of many Filipinos with her beautiful voice and powerful dramatic portrayals. When she joined showbiz in her teenage years, Filipinos were easily drawn to her because they found someone they could relate to. Her humble beginnings gave her a down-to-earth image which made Pinoys love her. The shy girl transformed into a seasoned actress.…Read More »

himala

Top 10 Nora Aunor movies (Part 1 of 2)

Friday, 4 July 2014 | Written by
himala

In 1967, after winning an amateur singing contest, Nora Aunor was given a life-changing opportunity to enter the world of movies through the help of Dr. Jose Perez of Sampaguita Pictures. In an industry where good looking mestizos and mestizas often took center stage to play lead roles, it was a novelty to see a plain, brown-skinned girl drawing attention in…Read More »

Eiga-Sai-2014

2014 Eiga Sai Film Festival

Monday, 30 June 2014 | Written by
Eiga-Sai-2014

In celebration of the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month, the Japan Foundation Manila presents the 2014 Eiga Sai Film Festival. This year’s theme “Family” will feature 16 contemporary Japanese films that deal with various stories of families. The Philippines and Japan have a lot of things in common. In the recent past, the two countries have experienced devastating disasters – loss of…Read More »

"Noranians unite" by Pixel Offensive

Aquino’s National Artist snub reflects his brand of presidency

Sunday, 29 June 2014 | Written by
"Noranians unite" by Pixel Offensive

Much has been said and written about Superstar Nora Aunor’s exclusion from the 2014 National Artist Awards list. Some were witty and amusing (because of Aunor’s uncanny resemblance to former president Gloria Arroyo),  some raging mad (because Aunor is a “National Treasure”!), some contemplative (did the president exercise his veto powers in the selection of the 2014 National Artist Awards?). Some were outright entertaining and creative enough to integrate some…Read More »

ebooks and paperbacks

Paperbacks vs ebooks

Friday, 27 June 2014 | Written by
ebooks and paperbacks

Every reader has a personal preference when it comes to book format.  The popular choices nowadays are paperbacks and ebooks.  A paperback is a book bound in flexible paper cover while an ebook is a book that comes in digital form. 

Steven Spielberg

History’s most iconic directors & their trademarks

Monday, 23 June 2014 | Written by
Steven Spielberg

Filmmaking has come a long way. From the silent films of Charlie Chaplin to the avant-garde style of Andy Warhol (yes, he also did films), to the spectacular worlds of Hayao Miyazaki—viewers have never been treated to the magic that is film than we are at this point in time. For some people, the actors are the stars of a…Read More »

Einstein

Moving letters from history’s greatest public dads (Part 2 of 2)

Friday, 20 June 2014 | Written by
Einstein

You have opened yourself up to feelings with the first part of letters of fatherly wisdom from Ninoy Aquino, Kurt Vonnegut and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Now here’s the last installment featuring Albert Einstein, Ronald Reagan and Jawaharlal Nehru. Bask in daddy wisdom, everyone! Albert Einstein to his son, Albert Hans, on learning “That is the way to learn the most,…Read More »

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