Monthly Archives: September 2016

THE EVOLUTION OF FPJ’S ‘ANG PROBINSIYANO’

TV Notes THE EVOLUTION OF FPJ’S ‘ANG PROBINSIYANO’ by Pablo A. Tariman In one setting, one got to see the entire cast of “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” who joined the media in celebrating its first anniversary as a prime time leading … Continue reading

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EXCEPTIONAL ACTING IN THE LATEST LAV DIAZ OPUS

Film Notes EXCEPTIONAL ACTING IN THE LATEST LAV DIAZ OPUS by Pablo A. Tariman Watching a Lav Diaz film will no doubt require moviegoers to go back to the basics of storytelling. The director is at home in black and … Continue reading

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LAV DIAZ AND CHARO SANTOS ACCORDING TO JUANA CHANGE AND NONIE BUENCAMINO

Film Notes LAV DIAZ AND CHARO SANTOS ACCORDING TO JUANA CHANGE AND NONIE BUENCAMINO By Pablo A. Tariman There is a bit of Everyman and the dregs of society in the new cinema of Lav Diaz and character actors Nonie … Continue reading

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VIOLINIST CHINO GUTIERREZ TO PRESIDENT DUTERTE: ‘CLASSICAL MUSIC MAY SEEM GALAXIES AWAY FROM DRUGS AND CRIME BUT IT IS JUST AS RELEVANT’

View From The Wing VIOLINIST CHINO GUTIERREZ TO PRESIDENT DUTERTE: ‘CLASSICAL MUSIC MAY SEEM GALAXIES AWAY FROM DRUGS AND CRIME BUT IT IS JUST AS RELEVANT’ By Pablo A. Tariman Violinist Joaquin Maria “Chino” Gutierrez is all of 26 years … Continue reading

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URBAN BLIGHT

Film Notes URBAN BLIGHT By Pablo A. Tariman “Pamilya Ordinaryo” is a cold yet gripping contrast to the well-off families showing off good manners and gentile laughter in such places as Club Filipino. The story of this Eduardo Roy, Jr. … Continue reading

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CAMILLE LOPEZ MOLINA, NAJIB ISMAIL AT AYALA MUSEUM SEPTEMBER 15

View from the Wing CAMILLE LOPEZ MOLINA, NAJIB ISMAIL AT AYALA MUSEUM SEPTEMBER 15 by Pablo A. Tariman Some of the soprano’s hectic weeks are like scenes from the Meryl Streep starrer, “Florence Foster Jenkins” which enjoyed a hilarious run … Continue reading

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LAV DIAZ’S LATEST CINEMA CONQUEST AND THE FILIPINO ARTIST

View From The Wings LAV DIAZ’S LATEST CINEMA CONQUEST AND THE FILIPINO ARTIST By Pablo A. Tariman Photos by Baby K. Jimenez Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz gave Philippine cinema another shining moment when his “The Woman Who Left” (Ang Babaeng … Continue reading

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