In a fitting finale to its fifteenth illustrious year of bringing trailblazing films from fresh filmmakers, the Cinema One Originals Film Festival closed this year’s edition with the premiere of the highly-anticipated coming-of-age film by ace director, Mikhail Red, Dead Kids.
In its continuing mission to impact change, McDonald’s Philippines has helped in making a difference in the lives of Filipino children by giving back through its charity of choice— Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Philippines.
The Philippine National Men’s and Women’s volleyball teams are set and ready for their official line-ups for the forthcoming Southeast Asian games to be held in the Philippines, featuring a pool of talented professional and competitive players.
In its fifteenth year, Cinema One Originals just handed out greatest honors for the best of this year’s edition of the esteemed film festival.
For the past 10 years, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in the Philippines has been the beneficiary of McDonald’s Stripes Run. Proceeds of the annual fun run go to the Ronald McDonald Read to Learn – a beginning reading program for Grade 1 and 2 public elementary school students.
Ariel Philippines recently announced the newest addition to their roster of queens—the one and only Asia’s Songbird, Regine Velasquez-Alcasid.
Based on true events. Dead Kids , directed by award-winning director, Mikhail Red, known for his internationally acclaimed films Birdshot, and Eerie is coming to Netflix this December.
MILO Philippines and the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) announced the partnership for the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. The collaborative effort reinforces MILO’s commitment to the advancement of local sports and a promise to energize the entire Team Pilipinas to become champions.
Penn Padgley returns as the murderous Joe Goldberg in the second season of You on Netflix this December 26. Here’s a first look.
In a study recently put forth by Frost & Sullivan and Microsoft, it was revealed that more than half of the enterprises and organizations in the Philippines have either experienced a cybersecurity incident or have admitted that they are not certain if they ever had experienced one as they have not performed proper actions or data breach assessment.