‘Rosas: The Song. The Journey’ traces the story of ‘Rosas’ from its inception as a song to its impact on people’s lives, both as a work of art and as a symbol of hope for a better future.
‘Still Waters’: A Docu Film on Depression
‘Still Waters’ is a documentary about the journey of a girl who struggles with mental illness. Diagnosed at a young age, we witness how she copes mentally, physically, and emotionally in an attempt to overcome it.
Musoleo: Araw-araw Kasama ng mga Patay
Umaalingasaw ang usok ng mga nakatirik na dilaw na kandila. Humahalik sa ilong ang halimuyak ng mga tindang kalachuchi at lila. Nakapapaso ang init ng mga sementadong puntod. Tangan ng iba ang kanilang mga payong habang taimtim na inaalala ang kanilang mga yumaong kamag-anak. Umaalingawngaw ang sintunadong boses ng mga kumakanta sa videoke. Mayroon ding…
Isang Bukas na Liham para sa Ika-16 na Pangulo ng Pilipinas
A documentary filmmaker writes an open letter to President Rodrigo Duterte, asking him to consider the plight of ordinary Filipinos during his term.
Mamasapano’s Music from Paradise by Howie Severino
Before Mamasapano became a blood stain on the national psyche, the only buzz about the impoverished little town came from its exquisite music.It’s not at all popular music, but the melodious high-pitched sound produced by a rarely seen and heard two-stringed instrument called kudyapi. Mamasapano was the home of the kudyapi master, Samaon Sulaiman, a…
Stories We Leave Behind
There is nothing in the world more fluid than the news. We rarely take our stories home – but there are the stories you don’t want to leave behind.
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