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Filipina filmmaker Rae Red’s directorial debut “Babae at Baril” tells the story of a girl and a gun—and the patriarchal, capitalist system they live in.
"A Thousand Cuts" tells a disturbing story of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s authoritarian attacks on the free press through an intimate look at Rappler founder...
Cinema Escapist reveals the best Filipino movies of 2019, across genres like romance, indie, fantasy, comedy, drama, and more.
"Dead Kids" is an otherwise unremarkable high school drama, save for its commentary on classism in the contemporary Philippines.
Cathy Garcia-Molina departs from rom-coms in a touching tale of sacrifice and love in a city far from home
Not only a heartfelt and genuine portrayal of a Filipino domestic helper’s story, but also a tribute to those who refuse to stop chasing their...
CE reveals the top Filipino films of 2018—across not just romance, but also historical, action, family, drama, and other genres.
Exes Baggage reminds us to be thankful for the lessons our previous relationships taught us, and not be afraid to love again
Realistic gun battles and brutal fight scenes open a window into the Philippines drug war
It’s always a guilty treat to watch a film in which America is the bad guy. There aren’t that many, probably because most nations that...