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100 years, 100 movies

100 years, 100 movies

Philippine cinema is 100 years old. Apt and good time to name the 100 best movies of the century. The American Film Institute does it every so often, with Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane” and Alfred Hitchcocks’s “Vertigo” topping the list.

Longest-running reign, rivalry

The ‘70s produced two remarkable actresses, Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos. Their reign and rivalry as movie queens are the longest-running in the history of the Philippine movies.

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Tribute to six National Artists

Arts Month is celebrated in February…and should the movie industry decide to pay tribute to six directors named National Artists, Highspeed suggests some of their best films to be shown.

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A peaceful and prosperous new year!

Highspeed welcomes 2018 with hope and optimism.

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An unofficial guide to MMFF 2017

Talent is a universal gift, but it takes a lot of courage to use it. Don’t be afraid to be the best – only mediocrity is safe. – Paolo Coelho

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Giving prestige to Metro filmfest

“Larawan” is based on the play of Joaquin, “A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino,” the musical version in particular.

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