April 27, 2015     Philippines
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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Life story of urban poor leader gets nod of film critics

“This award is for everybody who partook in the process—from the generous and hardworking people from the creative community, to the oppressed urban poor whose continuing fight fuels Carmen Deunida’s fire. I am only a very small part of a big picture and I am proud to be.” – Adjani Arumpac, director By RONALYN V.

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Why was Nora Aunor left out in the proclamation of National Artists?

Nora Aunor and her most memorable films represented the opposite of what the Aquino administration stands for.

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

The shapes and colors of protest during the Independence day rallies

Measuring almost two meters wide, less than three meters high and seven meters long, the “golden pig” was purposefully made big “because the pork barrel is gigantic.”

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Artists criticize reality TV show’s ‘decadent influence on youth culture’

“This supposed challenge was not just about testing the housemates’ determination in completing their ‘weekly task,’ nor was it for the painter’s advocacy. Rather, it was about kuya’s exercise of...

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Verses for Andrea Rosal and Baby Diona

Poets show their solidarity with political prisoner Andrea Rosal who lost her newborn daughter May 18.

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Recollections of Resilience: A review of Ferdinand Pisigan Jarin’s ‘Anim na Sabado ng Beyblade’

By INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO Bulatlat.com It is a book that draws you in. Three-time Palanca Award-winning writer Ferdinand Pisigan Jarin’s collection of 10 personal narratives titled “Anim na Sabado ng Beyblade’ is a testament to the...

Saturday, April 12th, 2014

Entertainment, trivia to dominate media with entry of foreign investments

“They would invest here not to develop Philippine media or to enlighten Filipinos but to gain profits.” – Dean Luis Teodoro

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Sining at pantikan ngayon sa gilid ng bangin

Ni E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Bulatlat.com Kung sa anong dahilan, inatasan akong ilarawan ang situwasyon ng literatura–mas tumpak, ng awtor– sa bingit o...

Friday, March 28th, 2014

‘Nanay Mameng’ and the struggle of the Filipino people

A play about the life and struggles of Nanay Mameng and the urban poor.

Monday, March 10th, 2014

Artists pay tribute to urban poor leader ‘Nanay Mameng’ through play

Press Release Artists such as renowned lights designer Katsch Catoy, filmmaker Adjani Arumpac and Brandon Relucio, theater artist Noel Taylo, theater artist and dancer Edwin Quinsayas, visual artist Rowena Bayon, graphic artists Tom Estrera III and Jennifer...

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Artists install ‘wheatpaste’ art vs tuition hikes

MANILA – Youth artists from Kabataang Artista para sa Tunay na Kalayaan (Karatula) made artworks on the gate of the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd), Jan. 29, Thursday to protest against tuition increases as schools prepare for...

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