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A FEW GOOD MEN AND THE ETERNAL VILLAIN

TV Notes — ‘Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin’ A FEW GOOD MEN AND THE ETERNAL VILLAIN By Pablo A. Tariman When the noontime teleserye Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin (ILAI) ends January 26, TV viewers are likely to be left with a … Continue reading

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COCO MARTIN ON DIRECTING ‘ANG PANDAY’: I GAVE IT EVERYTHING I HAVE’

Film Notes COCO MARTIN ON DIRECTING ‘ANG PANDAY’: I GAVE IT EVERYTHING I HAVE’ By Pablo A. Tariman A cheering applause greeted the showing of the trailer of Coco Martin’s directorial debut, “Ang Panday” which is based on the Carlo … Continue reading

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MOTHER AND SON

TV Notes MOTHER AND SON By Pablo A. Tariman Sylvia Sanchez has visibly lost weight and beside her son Arjo, they look like brother and sister. During their long break from their respective top rating teleseryes, mother and son bonded … Continue reading

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CLASSICAL GUITARIST AARON AGUILA ON PERFORMING, TEACHING AND COMPOSING

Concert Notes CLASSICAL GUITARIST AARON AGUILA ON PERFORMING, TEACHING AND COMPOSING By Pablo A. Tariman A new side of classical guitarist Aaron Aguila will be seen by guitar aficionados when he introduces his compositions in a special concert called Crossroads … Continue reading

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TOP WINNER OF 3 CLASSICAL GUITAR COMPETITIONS DEBUTS IN MANILA

Concert Notes TOP WINNER OF 3 CLASSICAL GUITAR COMPETITIONS DEBUTS IN MANILA By Pablo A. Tariman Singapore-born Kevin Loh, top winner of three international classical guitar competitions is all set for his Manila debut on Sunday, September 24 (6 p.m.) … Continue reading

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THE COMING OF AGE OF KHALIL RAMOS

Film Notes THE COMING OF AGE OF KHALIL RAMOS By Pablo A. Tariman At 21, Khalil Ramos carries a certain sensibility so rare for aspiring young stars his age. He knows he has a lot more to learn and absorb, … Continue reading

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PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG POET IN THE SHADOW OF MT. ARAYAT

Film Notes PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG POET IN THE SHADOW OF MT. ARAYAT By Pablo A. Tariman On a cloudy Wednesday afternoon with a hint of rain, one was not ready to see pure love and young love narrated from … Continue reading

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COCO MARTIN ON THE 500TH EPISODE OF ‘FPJ’S ANG PROBINSYANO’

TV Notes COCO MARTIN ON THE 500TH EPISODE OF ‘FPJ’S ANG PROBINSYANO’ By Pablo A. Tariman Thursday last week, Coco Martin celebrated 100 weeks of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano by visiting wounded soldiers at the V. Luna Hospital and distributing gifts … Continue reading

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GERALD ANDERSON ON THE MAKING OF ‘AWOL’

Film Notes GERALD ANDERSON ON THE MAKING OF ‘AWOL’ By Pablo A. Tariman In this noonday encounter, Gerald Anderson is in high spirits and full of high hopes for his latest film, “AWOL” which is an entry in the forthcoming … Continue reading

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THE INNER VOICE OF PRIME CRUZ

Film Notes THE INNER VOICE OF PRIME CRUZ by Pablo A. Tariman “Sleepless” is a highly revealing film from a young director with an inner voice all his own. The film unfolds quietly, the transitions have minimal use for music … Continue reading

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