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More ‘forgotten’ directors

More ‘forgotten’ directors

Let’s start with women behind the camera, the earliest of whom was Carmen Concha, pioneer producer and director in the ‘30s. She was also costume designer. Concha was the aunt of Armida Siguion Reyna.

Restoring, preserving films produced by ‘Tita Midz’

The Sunday evening show on DZMM Teleradyo, “Chismax,” is more than “chismis to the max.” Hosted by Ambet Nabus and Gretchen Fullido (both UP graduates), “Chismax” is also very informative, discussing varied topics.

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There’s a new chair of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) and showbiz is wondering what direction she’s taking. The new chair is former Pangasinan Rep. Rachel Jimenez-Arenas, who’s educated here and abroad.

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Our time has come

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Our time has come

I remember distinctly what Tita Midz (Armida Siguion Reyna) said years back. “Our time will come,” referring to Filipino films winning recognition abroad, especially the three major international filmfest, Cannes, Berlin, and Venice.

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Knights in shining armor

This columnist has nothing but admiration for men who marry “damaged” women.

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