For the aspiring filmmakers out there and the like, Media Works presents a new beginning in hopes to reignite the passion for Filipino film and arts. LIYAB: Ang Pamamayagpag ng Pelikulang Pilipino, is a mobile filmmaking contest for student filmmakers open to all Institute of Communication students of every level.
It’s a given notion that music has its own life, wherein where words fall, music speaks, which all Filipinos may vehemently agree with you on. From when you hear the local radio on your daily commute, to a family function with a setup karaoke stand in the corner, Filipinos love their songs, especially our OPM.
FILIPINOS ALWAYS ADORE A GOOD LAUGH. With or without predicaments, we manage to create happiness in our time; and one of its popular ways is to escape for a moment and enter the realm of cinema.
The media and its practitioners are known for several things such as the Fourth Estate, being watchdogs, upholder of democracy. However, they are continuously experiencing threats over the years. And with that, there will always be people who will hold the line.
After a productive and progressive semester, here we are again. While for some, it is their last before heading on to the real world.
Every journey has an end. For every dawn there’s always its dusk. And so, from the very long adventure that ended 2021 with the coolest kiss of December, began 2022 with a bright new vision, we go forth on another breathtaking month of February.
The Philippines, being the Pearl of the Orient Seas, has a bountiful history from all the events that happened in the past, the events of today, as well as the occurrences of tomorrow. It withstood numerous difficulties that made it a glorious nation presently. One of which is the First Philippine Republic Day; it embeds a true sense of pride in every Filipino.
With Bonifacio day coming close to honor the Father of Revolution, it is also the day where Comedy Manila shows that Stand up comics are revolutionizing Philippine comedy.