Rappler's latest stories on Filipino directors
The director's work cuts across genres
The director, a legend in Philippine cinema, died on Thursday, May 7
Friends and fans of the late filmmaker pay their respects to the award-winning Peque Gallaga
The National Artist for Film makes a case for Lapu-Lapu and offers a way for anew generation to grop up with homegrown superheroes in film
In part 2 of our conversation with Mikhail Red, we ask how Philippine cinema will stay local while adapting to this age of streaming and Marvel
In Part 1 of our two-parter interview, Hustle talks to Mikhail Red about growing up in a family of filmmakers, video games, and how "filmmaking is suffering"
The director is one of 8 directors in 'Food Lore'
The Filipino director is signed under 3 Arts Entertainment, a US talent management company
The military claims the Communist Party of the Philippines is recruiting students through martial law film screenings on campus
The two filmmakers share what it takes to make good films during a masterclass for aspiring filmmakers
The director also gives updates on 'Darna' and 'OTJ'
'We understand that viewers may have opposing opinions but leave it to them to decide,' says the entertainment giant
'Darating ang araw, magiging iyo ang huling halakhak...pero mapapangiti ka na lang,' writes the director on Instagram
'This is something based on research, and the police had their input too. Our story was based on real events,' the multi-awarded Filipino director says
Jazz in Love is not just about a gay love story It s about love says filmmaker Baby Ruth Villarama