Kapuso primetime shows “Mulawin Vs. Ravena,” “My Love From The Star,” and “Meant To Be” continue to be talk of the town as they tug at the hearts of viewers with relatable storylines about life and love.
The hottest love teams and teen stars – Bea Binene as Anya, Derrick Monasterio as Almiro/Rodrigo, Kiko Estrada as Rafael, Bianca Umali as Lawiswis and Miguel Tanfelix as Pagaspas – have made their much-awaited debut on “Mulawin Vs. Ravena.”
Undeniable kilig brought on by Steffi Chavez (Jennylyn Mercado) and Matteo Domingo (Gil Cuerva) follows in the local adaptation of “My Love From The Star.”
Top-rating series “Meant To Be” keeps viewers on the edges of their seats as the boys – Jai Patel (Addy Raj), Ethan Spencer-Hughes (Ivan Dorschner), Yuan Lee (Ken Chan), Andoy dela Cruz (Jak Roberto) – go all out in trying to win Billie’s (Barbie Forteza) heart.
The shows air on GMA’s Telebabad block weeknights after “24 Oras.”
For this month, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) features exciting independent films through Cine Lokal. Two of these movies are in support of the LGBT pride month.
Screening until June 22 is “Ang Huling Cha-Cha Ni Anita” by Sigrid Andrea Bernardo; and from June 23 to 29, “Slumber Party” by Emman dela Cruz.
“Ang Huling Cha-Cha Ni Anita” won for Angel Aquino the Best Supporting Actress from Gawad Urian and Gawad Tanglaw. The film also bagged plums from the Osaka Asian Film Festival, the Frameline Film Festival and the Mix Milano Film Festival.
Cine Lokal screenings are at SM Mall of Asia, Megamall, North EDSA, Fairview, Southmall, Bacoor, Cebu, and Iloilo.
Tidbits: Happy b-day greetings today, June 20, go to Jose Rodriguez, Restie Umali, Alicia Poltan, Frannie Jacinto, Benny Baluyut, Arsi Baltazar, Linda Marquez, Jenny Donato, Catrina Santos, Simone Louise Hubert, Jennifer Morelos, Dindo Balares, and Emma Cordero… June 21: Louie Ocampo, Edgar Allan, Ruby Tuazon, Al Santos, Princess Lizette Villegas, Jun-Jun King Austria, Janet Martinez, Dinia Entrata, Baby Avenido, Emily Mendoza, Margaret Ong, and Councilor Chavit Singson… The first international tour of “The Lion King,” which premieres in Manila in March 2018 at The Theatre at Solaire, is searching for boys and girls from ages 9 to 12 for the roles of Young Simba and Young Nala. The Manila premiere is presented by Concertus. Registration for the open call auditions will be held at Big Shift Studios, 3rd Level, A Venue Mall, Makati Avenue, Makati City from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 7…
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