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ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk85: Humanda na sa Pagbabago, dahil mas MASAYA ka DITO!

:cheers: KAPAMILYA THREADS :cheers:

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Global Kapamilya Voice: United (ABSCBN Kapamilya Thread Part XII) - 5,021 posts

GlobaL KAPAMILYA PexErs: FuLL fOrCE @ 13th thReAd - 5,066 posts

The 14th Avenue: Global Kapamilya PExers, WELCOME! - 5,022 posts

Speak Up: Nakatikim Na Sila - Kapamilya 15th Thread [merged] - 5,056 posts

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Speak Up! Bawat Pilipino Kapamilya! The ABS-CBN 18th Thread - 5,015 posts

Speak Up Kapamilya 19th Thread:ABS-CBN "Kapamilya ng Bawat Pinoy at Pusong Pinoy" - 5,024 posts

Speak Up Kapamilya 20th thread : Katibok ng bawat Puso, Kapamilya, Saan Man sa Mundo! - 5,028 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXtalk 21: Saanman Sa Mundo, Tunay na "Pinoy TV" ng Bawat Pilipino - 5,033 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXtalk 22: Great Shows! Great Values! Saan ka man sa Mundo! - 5,009 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXtalk 23: Exceedingly clever,sets the hook-of-all-hooks worldwide - 5,046 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXTalk 24: Setting the Greatest Innovations in Philippine TV! - 5,035 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXtalk Turns Silver: Sparkling and Stunning! <Thread 25> - 5,026 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXTALK 26: Bringing the PHENOMENAL SHOWS in Philippine TV! - 5,013 posts

ABS-CBN KAPAMILYA PeXTALK [27]: UNPUTDOWNABLE and IMPECCABLE<TV STATION> - 5,092 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXtalk [28] - Epitome of Filipino Brilliance and Values - 5,019 posts

ABS-CBN KAPAMILYA PEXTALK [29]: Ang Nangungunang THREAD sa PEX WORLD - 5,025 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk 30: Ang pumasok dito, CUTE! - 5,027 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk 31: Ang Sarap ng Samahang Hinubog ng Panahon - 5,020 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Christmas Thread 32 - [The Merry FAMILY Gatherings] - 5,010 posts

abs-cbn kapamilya Thread 33 - pamilyang sama-sama ngayong 2006 - 5,019 posts

Abs-cbn Thread 34: Iba Tayo! Kabarkada Mo! Kapuso Na, Kapamilya Pa!!!! - 5,023 posts

AbS-CbN Official Thread 35: Magkasama sa LUNGKOT at SAYA!!! Bangon KAPAMILYA!!! - 5,055 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk 36: Summerrrrrific Thread! Have Fun Under the Sun! - 5, 020 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk 37: CHILL! Iba ang Galing, Iba ang Dating! Saan Ka Pa?! - 5,016 posts

ABS CBN Kapamilya Pextalk 38: Hotter Than Summer's Heat!! Still CHILLING!!!! - 5,026 posts

ABSCBN Kapamilya Pextalk 39:KAPAMILYA! Summer Na! Sama Ka! Dito Ka Na Sa Mas Masaya! - 5,013 posts

Kapamilya PExtalk 40: Sa Nagmamahalang Magka-Kapamilya,WONDERFUL ang LIFE dis SUMMER! - 5,019 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk41: Tara na sa Kapamilya Summer Grand Eyeball, Sama Ka!?...LET'S GO!! - 5,036 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk42: Kabataang Pinoy, Maging Sino Ka Man. Let's GO! Sabay Tayo! - 5,007 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk43: This Thread doesn't get any better than this. - 5,006 posts

ABS-CBN PextalkBida44:Ang Numero Uno sa Buong Bansa at sa Buong Mundo[Premium Thread] - 5,015 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk45: Naabot na ng Kapamilya ang Tugatog ng Daigdig at Tagumpay! - 5,014 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXtalk46: Iba ang SAYA, Iba ang LIGAYA sa PUSO ng Bawat KAPAMILYA! - 5,015 posts

ABS-CBN PEXtalk47: All About FUN, All About LOVE, Not Just About MAGIC! Aha! Aha! - 5,017 posts

ABS-CBN PEXtalk48: Ating Alamin! - 5,005 posts

ABSCBN PEXtalk49: Angat sa PUSO ng Bawat Pilipino, Magpakailanman! Oh, Ano ha? - 5,010 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk Golden Thread of PEX Champions and PEX Idols- Part 50 - - 5,003 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk 51: TruE FRIENDS.ReaL PEOPLE.GenuinE KAPAMILYAS! Beware of FakE ONES! - 5,008 posts

ABS-CBN PexTalk52: Angat sa Puso't Diwa ng Bawat Pilipino, Mula Noon Hanggang Ngayon! - 5,013 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk53: Angat ang BANDILA ng Pinoy, Saan Man sa Mundo! - 5,010 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk 54: MAGING SINO KA MAN, naging SAKSI ka sa pagmamahal ng KAPAMILYA! - 5,005 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk 55: Wherever you are...still the best and number 1 Phil TV Station! - 5,021 posts

ABSCBN Pextalk56: TAMA at SAKTO. Walang Dagdag sa Ratings at Thread Number. Tagos ba? - 5,010 posts

ABSCBN PexTalk57: KAPAMILYA, Saan Man sa Mundo... Ito ang Tahanan Mo!!! - 5,010 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk58: Ang DRAMA sa Likod ng PANGARAP! Blentungan Na! - 5,011 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk59: People are getting crazy because ABS-CBN is still # 1 - 5,006 posts

ABSCBN Kapamilya PEXTalk60: MAGING SINO KA MAN, Kapamilya Ka! - 5,005 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk61: ALL-TIME BIGTIME sa SAYA. BIDA sa PUSO ng Bawat Pamilya! - 5,015 posts

Kapamilya PEXTalk62: Nangunguna, Walang Duda! Ang Kokontra, Giba!!! - 5,012 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk63: BIDA sa SAYA. BIG-TIME sa PAKWELA. ANGAT sa DRAMA! - 5,011 posts

ABS-CBN PEXTalk65: THE AGB NIELSEN YEAR 2006 NATIONAL CHAMPION - 5,011 posts

ABS-CBN PExtalk66: ALL-TIME BIGTIME sa Noontime. BIDANG-BIDA sa Primetime! - 5,011 posts

ABS-CBN PExtalk67: Angat ang Ligaya ng Pasko sa Puso ng Bawat Kapamilya! - 5,011 posts

ABS-CBN PExtalk67: Angat ang Ligaya ng Pasko sa Puso ng Bawat Kapamilya! - 5,057 posts

ABS-CBN Pextalk 68: BULAGA! Tuloy na Tuloy pa rin ang Pasko ng iyong Kapamilya! - 5,042 posts

Kapamilya PEXTalk69:Walang Kasing-Sayang Pasko sa Kapamilyang "NO DEAL" sa Prinsipyo! - 5,153 posts

KaPaMiLyA pExTaLk70: NgAyOnG pAsKo, MaGbUbUhAy "RoYaLtY" kA! yOuR hIgHnEsS... - 5,089 posts

KaPaMiLyA pExTaLk71: Ang Pinaka MAsayang Pasko ay nandito sa ABS-CBN!! - 5,018 posts

Kapamilya PEXTalk 72 - Angat na Angat, Tuloy na Tuloy ang Pasko! - 5,038 posts

KaPaMiLyApExTaLk73:dahil NUMBER 1 tayo NATIONWIDE,patuloy tayong aarangkada sa 2007!! - 5,052 posts

KaPaMiLyApExTaLk74: 2007 - ABS-CBN still the #1 and the only 1, Best Station! - 5,109 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk75:Always There & Always Will Be AT THE BEGINNING With YOU! - 5,028 posts

KAPAMILYA PEXTALK76: Can't Stop This Thing We've Started!!! Woooohoooo!!!!! - 5,027 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk77: Hot na Hot na Summer! Hot na Hot na Kapamilya!-Hubad na!
- 5,123 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXTalk78: Ang Bahay ng Pambansang Kuya - Si Pinoy Big Brother!
- 5,016 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PEXTalk79: Choose Happiness, Choose Wellness, Choose ABS-CBN!!!
- 5,006 posts

Kapamilya Pextalk # 80: Sa Inyo Ang Mega, Sa Amin Ang Pilipinas!!!
- 5,004 posts

Kapamilya Pextalk # 81: One Nation, One Station, One Family!!!
- 5,020 posts

Kapamilya Usapang PEX 82: Isang Bansa, Isang Istasyon, Isang Pamilya....!
- 5,016 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya PExtalk83: Magkasama sa Pagsalubong ng Isang Umagang Kayganda!?
- 5,021 posts

ABS-CBN Kapamilya Pextalk 84: Sa Bawat Salita, Pinag-iisa Ang Kapamilyang Pilipino!
- 5,008 posts

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  • pilipinas_2005pilipinas_2005 Member ✭✭
    :wave: kuya Dexter, kuya Ni?o","202.131.181.176
  • rasHiko_dHeNzrasHiko_dHeNz Hybrid ✭✭✭
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  • rasHiko_dHeNzrasHiko_dHeNz Hybrid ✭✭✭
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  • kpamilya4lyfkpamilya4lyf Maroon Vixen PExer
    pauna dito(aside sa thread starter syempre)..haha...

    good vibes talaga lagi ang thread title......*okay*
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    pauna dito(aside sa thread starter syempre)..haha...

    good vibes talaga lagi ang thread title......*okay*

    wag na po tayong gumaya sa mga tunay na BITTER diyan...
    ika nga sa **** Litro PACK: CONCENTRATED!:lol: :lol:
  • hollywood_03hollywood_03 Member ✭✭✭
    ehehe...may thread din si chismoso!!:evil_lol::superevil:
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    ehehe...may thread din si chismoso!!:devil_lol::superevil:

    ang ganda ng banner niya sa 1st post niya...
    mukhang capsule ng gamot si ANGEL LOCSIN!:lol:
  • dong777dong777 PrinceDongskie PExer
    ganda ng thread title*okey*
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    ABANGAN ANG MALAKING PAGBABAGO SA ABS-CBN!
    Abangan ngayong AUGUSTO!*okay*
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    dong777 wrote: »
    ganda ng thread title*okey*

    [highlight]tumpak....*okay*
    anmg galing mag isip ni DHENCIO!:glee:
    go kuya dhenz...*okay* [/highlight]
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    PATIKIM NG ISANG PAGBABAGO:

    ABS-CBN New Sked!*okay*

    [highlight]ANIMAZING MORNING[/highlight]

    Umagang Kay Ganda
    The Trapp Family Singers
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    [highlight]BIGTIME TRIO[/highlight]
    Boy & Kris
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    Wowowee

    [highlight]Hapontastic[/highlight]
    Inocente De Ti
    Pinoy Hit Movies

    [highlight]PRIMETIME BIDA[/highlight]
    Margarita
    TV Patrol World
    Ysabella
    Kapamilya Deal or No Deal
    Walang Kapalit
    SINESERYE PRESENTS: Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos?
    Which Star Are You From?



    [highlight]LATENIGHT SLOT[/highlight]
    Bandila
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    GAMES Uplate LiVE
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    nasaan na ang ibang mga kafamz!:rotfl:
  • pilipinas_2005pilipinas_2005 Member ✭✭
    5e0293b6.jpg

    *okay*
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    [highlight]Arroyo quizzed on P10-B fund for martial law victims[/highlight]

    Senate Minority Leader Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. wants President Arroyo to reveal what happened to the P10-billion allotted for the Human Rights Compensation Act (HRCA), a bill that is supposed to grant a portion of the recovered Marcos wealth to some 10,000 martial law victims who suffered atrocities.

    "The problem is we do not know where the money went. That apparently is a big question mark. Some of the reports I received verbally are to the effect that the money was used for the reelection campaign of Gloria Arroyo in 2004, and some of the money was funnelled to the fertilizer fund," Pimentel said.

    Pimentel said he has been receiving reports that the P38 billion recovered from bank deposits of the family of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos in Switzerland in 2003, nearly a third of which was supposed to go to martial law victims, was spent for the benefit of Mrs. Arroyo.

    "The problem is we do not know where the money went. That apparently is a big question mark. Some of the reports I received verbally are to the effect that the money was used for the reelection campaign of Gloria Arroyo in 2004, and some of the money was funnelled to the fertilizer fund," he said.

    Whether such reports are true or not, Pimentel said that what he does know is that the P10 billion for martial law victims is missing.

    "Nobody privately or officially seems to know where the money went. It is hard to formulate a plan of action on that basis except to ferret out the whereabouts of the money," said the senator, who added that he will ask the Senate to summon the budget and treasury officials to shed light on the status of the money.

    Pimentel pointed out that insult to injury is being inflicted against victims of human rights violations during the Marcos regime.

    He said that while the victims are still waiting to be compensated by the government, the Marcoses have started to reclaim bank deposits,mansions, lands and even shares at the television network GMA-7.

    Those shares had been sequestered by the Presidential Commission on Good Government for being "ill-gotten."

    Pimentel noted that Mrs. Arroyo had already certified the HRCA as an urgent administration measure during the 13th Congress. He said that at the time, she had committed herself to addressing the plight of martial law victims.

    Now that the fund is missing, Pimentel said that the President no longer included the HRCA in her list of priority administration bills during her State of the Nation Address at the opening of the 14th Congress.

    Pimentel, who is a sponsor of the HRCA, promised to pursue enactment of the bill, which was shelved by the 13th Congress after the House of the Representatives failed to ratify the final version of the measure last June.
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    5e0293b6.jpg

    *okay*

    Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos ang may pinamahabang runtime ng SOAP ng dos!*okay*
    sana may book 2 yan! :lol:
  • JOLOGS777JOLOGS777 Banned by Admin PExer
    hello Mga Tol
  • phoenix_cutez30phoenix_cutez30 I'll melt your popsicle. ✭✭
    [highlight]New breed of indie film directors shines in Cinemalaya 2007

    By IBARRA C. MATEO
    The Philippine Star[/highlight]

    If you had spent the last weekend hugging a copy of Harry Potter or glued to your TV sets, you simply missed extraordinary scenes at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ ongoing Cinemalaya 2007 running until Sunday, July 29.

    The cavernous CCP halls, especially the grandiose main lobby, resembled the New York Grand Central Station’s vestibule during rush hour: A mosaic of people from wage earners, students, office workers, scholars, to executives. The solemn halls also trembled with frenzy akin to central Tokyo’s Shinjuku Station jammed with an estimated 1.5 million train passengers daily.

    The festive CCP scenes were of crowds of ordinary citizens and cineastes initially assuming the potent energy of an atomic bomb before films were shown and eventually detonating their force via reverberating bravos and loud applause at the end of each film screening. About 120 films are currently being shown in 209 screenings in six venues of the CCP’s Cinemalaya: 2007 Philippine Independent Film Festival. Members of the audience were armed with cellular phone cameras and video cameras to have their images taken with a director or a performer that bewitched them.

    Last Sunday, among those spotted at the CCP main lobby before and after the showing of director Jade Francis Castro’s competing full-length film Endo were Butch Jimenez, PLDT’s senior vice president for retail business group, and authors Gilda Cordero Fernando and Sylvia Mayuga. Jimenez, producer of the multi-awarded films Jose Rizal (1999) and Muro-ami (2000), is a co-producer of another competing full-length film Gulong, a story of a child’s search for an old bicycle. Gulong was directed by Socorro Fernandez and written by Jeanne Lim.

    In its July 22 screening at the CCP Main Theater, ufo pictures’ Endo electrified its viewers with its razor-sharp attack on the psychological impact of what has now become a mainstay in manpower staffing: contractual employment lasting five to six months. Endo, or short for “end of contract” of a contractual worker, has this unintended yet ruthless effect of terminating his sense of hope and life and continuity. For an ordinary employee/worker, his work animates his life, inspires his search for the genuine meaning of his everyday experiences, and endows him a sense of purpose. An unstable work increases a person’s anxiety level, induces despair, and makes him dysfunctional. In short, an unpredictable contractual job robs a worker of opportunities for meaningful growth and development. A series of low-end contractual jobs profoundly ruins him emotionally and psychologically, among others. This is the heart and soul of Endo.

    In broad strokes, Endo is a film about a contractual worker who is unable to nurture a sense of who he is and what he can possibly become, eventually has problems solving his core conflicts: He cannot trust himself; he loses hope easily when challenges arise, and he is unable to forge enduring close intimate relationship with the opposite sex. Worse, he despairs that he cannot advance his status in life because he cannot chart a clear professional or work plan.

    From a critical viewpoint, the greatest strength of this painful love story, yet socially and psychologically nuanced film, lies in its suppression of esoteric lines about existence, the brutal simplicity of its narrative, and the even-keeled focus on building the characters. It must be added, however, that the first 45 minutes of the film could benefit from a measured dose of editing to hasten the pace of the film. Despite its editing weakness, Endo is unquestionably a must-see work of art in this year’s Cinemalaya. Written also by Castro, it stars Jason Abalos, Ina Feleo, CJ Javarata, Ricky Davao and Alchris Galura.

    Of ufo pictures which produced Endo, PLDT’s Jimenez has this to say: “ufo pictures will be a driving force in Philippine cinema.”

    In an interview with the The Star, CCP president Nestor Jardin said, “I cannot believe that we have grown so much exponentially in terms of the number of films. There are simply so many talented Filipino indie film directors out there who are willing to make indie films despite the financial and emotional problems.” Jardin, the Cinemalaya 2007 festival director, has the film festival as one of his brainchildren.

    During its first run in 2005, there were only six short competing films and nine full-length competing films with a total of 72 screenings. This year, Cinemalaya hosts 10 world premieres of indie Filipino films, including the much-talked about film version of the original Orlando Nadres’ Hanggang Dito Na Lamang at Maraming Salamat Po directed by Lino Tañada. Tañada’s film won a resounding acclamation for his redemptive version of a life of a closet queen, while the elegantly restrained acting of Nonie Buencamino and the glitzy performance of Jon Santos were applauded several times during the premiere. Buencamino and Santos should be cited for their remarkable acting prowess unseen lately in various local films.

    Jardin said, “Cinemalaya is looking into setting up a structure that we hope can help them (indie film producers and directors) recover their investments. We are studying the possibility of establishing a distribution structure that can bring the indie films in key centers in various provinces.”

    Saying that the past two Cinemalaya festivals have given confidence to the organizers to push on, Jardin said in his remarks during the opening rites of Cinemalaya 2007 that “the local indie films have breathed life into the Philippine cinema industry.” He emphasized that there are many outstanding and talented Filipino indie film directors and that “there is a vast yet untapped local market for indie films.”

    Laurice Guillen, Cinemalaya 2007 chairperson of the competition committee, said it is her wish that the new and young indie film directors “can develop a body of work using digital camera.” She said the digital camera “has made filmmaking accessible although it is still a developing medium with its limitations and strengths.”

    “The arrival of digital camera has democratized and liberalized filmmaking. Now you can do away with the unnecessary and very expensive processes in filming,” said she in an interview on the sidelights of the film festival.

    Guillen noted that the current crop of new and young indie filmmakers craft works unconstrained by the norms and traditions which greatly influenced and burdened directors of her generation. “They do things with a fresh eye… a novel approach thus further honing their skills and enhancing their creativity,” she said.

    To his fellow indie directors and producers, Mike Sandejas has this advice: “Every aspect of your film must come from you. You have to know what you want and how to do it with limited funds in your pocket.”

    Sandejas won the Cinemalaya 2006 Best Film Award for his Tulad ng Dati starring Jett Pangan, JB Leonor, Francis Reyes, Buddy Zabala, Carlos Balcelis, Ping Medina, Agot Isidro, Mylene Dizon, Zoe Sandejas, Raffy Francisco, Nina Sandejas, Karl Roy, Buko Raymundo and Flip Corpuz.

    “If you want to become lucky, you have to be prepared. And how do you prepare to be lucky? Work as an apprentice to understand the whole process of filmmaking and to establish connections with the right people. Work and learn all aspects of filmmaking. Do not be a specialist only in one aspect of filmmaking,” Sandejas said in an interview.

    He said, “extremely talented filmmakers are able to transcend limitations imposed by meager resources and come up with artistically recognized works. And their works make a good return-on-investment.” He said filmmaking is not only an art form, “it is akin to an extreme sport because of the logistical and financial aspects involved in it. Among the arts, film is the most expensive. It is a combination of all the other art forms: Visual, aural, acting and literature.”

    Aside from Davao who also appeared together with Maria Isabel Lopez in Ed Lejano’s Sinungaling na Buwan, other actors appearing in various Cinemalaya 2007 films are Ama Quiambao and Bernardo Bernardo in Aureus Solito’s Pisay and Irma Adlawan, Shamaine Buencamino, Sid Lucero, Nonie Buencamino and Ronnie Lazaro in Dennis Marasigan’s Tukso, where Davao is also included. Peque Gallaga did the casting for Emilio Abello IV’s Ligaw Liham.

    Mark Gil starred in Lawrence Fajardo’s Liwanag sa Dilim, Jake Macapagal and Ryan Eigenmann in Nisha Alicer’s Doble Vista, Efren “Bata” Reyes has a special participation in Enrico Aragon’s Nineball, Sid Lucero and Shamaine Buencamino in Ma. Sol Garcia’s Tagapagligtas, Baron Geisler and Ricky Davao in Tara Illenberger’s Durog, and Jeffrey Quizon and Pinky Amador in Hubert Tibi’s Maikling Kuwento.

    Prolific stage and film music composer-director-scorer Vincent de Jesus scored Tukso and collaborated with Jobin Ballesteros, Irwin Cafugauan for Pisay’s music.

    Elsewhere seen at CCP to watch films by the new and young indie film directors were multi-awarded directors Joel Lamangan and Gil Portes and film producer Robbie Tan. On July 20, national artists Eddie Romero and Bienvenido Lumbera watched Foster Child directed by Brillante Mendoza and produced by Tan. Foster Child, Cinemalaya 2007’s opening film, starred Cherry Pie Picache, Eugene Domingo, Jiro Manio, Alwyn Uytingco, Dan Alvarro, and Kier Segundo. In this year’s Cannes International Film Festival, Foster Child was presented at the Director’s Fortnight of the said French film festival.

    This year’s selection committee for short film features is composed of Emily Abrera, Johnny Delgado and Kidlat Tahimik. Members of the full-length films selection committee are Manet Dayrit, Jeffrey Jeturian, Robbie Tan, Nestor Torre and Juaniyo Arcellana.

    Marilou Diaz-Abaya and Cecile Gabonete are Cinemalaya 2007’s production and monitoring committee members.
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    [highlight]Neri confirms CHED transfer[/highlight]

    Outgoing Socio-economic Planning Sec. Romulo Neri confirmed Saturday that he will head the Commission on Higher Education to ‘troubleshoot’ some problems CHED is currently facing, ABS-CBN News reported.

    Neri said that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has ordered him to focus on aligning the tertiary education system and adopt with the ‘market trends’. He explained that the president is dissatisfied with the high unemployment rate in the country among graduating students.

    The Philippine Star reported that Mrs. Arroyo is disappointed with the performance of outgoing CHED Chairman Carlito Puno’s slow implementation of the ladderized education program of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), which would increase educational and employment opportunities. It added that Puno is going to head a government-owned and controlled corporation (GOCC) connected to the coconut industry.

    Neri meantime denied that the reason for his sudden reassignment came after he revealed that the country is facing a P100 billion budget deficit. He also said that his reservations on the ZTE Broadband projects and campaign for certain micro-economic reforms had no connection with the transfer.

    Deputy Director General Augusto Santos will take over as officer-in-charge of the National Economic and Development Authority.

    Neri said he felt a little sad over the order, “considering that I’ve grown accustomed to this (NEDA) job.” “But President (Arroyo) told me I have to do some more hard work,” Neri said, adding that he expects to stay in his new post for at least six months.

    There is also talk that Neri would move to the Department of Finance, currently headed by Secretary Margarito Teves.

    Reached by The STAR Friday night, Teves said he and his fellow Cabinet members serve at the pleasure of the President even as he expressed confidence that he is not the one who will be replaced by Neri.

    He said he was surprised by the order and was rushing to issue last-minute instructions to his subordinates at NEDA and finish some paperwork Friday night.

    As of Friday night, Teves said the President has not talked to him about putting another official in his place.

    This is not the first time that Neri left NEDA for another assignment. In July 2005, he served as budget secretary in place of Emilia Boncodin, who was part of the so-called Hyatt 10 group of Cabinet officials who resigned en masse.

    Budget Secretary Rolando Andaya Jr., Neri’s colleague in the President’s economic team, also expressed surprise over the development.

    Talk of a Cabinet revamp swirled immediately after the May 14 congressional and local elections, where administration senatorial candidates fared badly.

    Palace officials said the movements in the official family were related to the outcome of the elections.

    Last July 18, Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita announced the appointment of former Manila mayor Lito Atienza as the new environment secretary and the transfer of Angelo Reyes to the Department of Energy following the resignation of Energy Secretary Raphael Lotilla.

    Ermita also announced the appointment of Press Assistant Secretary Jose Capadocia as Undersecretary for Media Affairs.

    Earlier this month, Mrs. Arroyo appointed former Tarlac congressman Gilbert Teodoro as defense secretary effective Aug. 3 to replace Hermogenes Ebdane, who returned to his previous post as public works and highways secretary.

    Mrs. Arroyo also sacked Jose Ma. Buñag as Commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue for his alleged failure to meet targets. Buñag blamed Teves for the poor revenue collections.

    The appointments and movements in the Cabinet came a few weeks after Malacañang began searching for possible replacements for the heads of GOCCs, who tendered their courtesy resignations upon the President’s orders last month.

    Other appointments were announced by the Palace on Wednesday, including Natividad Dizon as deputy chief presidential legal counsel under the Office of the President; Teresita Castillo, presidential assistant with the rank of undersecretary; Austere Panadero, interior and local government undersecretary; Pastor Benavidez, assistant chief state counsel with the Department of Justice; and Ma. Anthonette Velasco-Allones, executive director of the Career Executive Service Board of the Civil Service Commission.

    Ermita said so far 450 officials from 134 GOCCs, attached agencies and government sequestered firms have resigned and the search for their replacements is still ongoing. With a report from The Philippine Star
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    [highlight]Margarita: Stripped To The Soul[/highlight]
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    ABS-CBN is offering a new treat on its Primetime Bida menu. Margarita is the newest teleserye in which the housemate everybody loves to hate, Wendy Valdez, takes on the title role as a showgirl. But before viewers can have a sip of this enticing series, the cast and creators share to the local press the fleshy details in the making of this story so we can all peep on the naked truth underneath Margarita.

    The creators of Margarita immediately clarified that this teleserye is not the TV adaptation of Burlesk Queen, just what the rumors are claiming. First of all, Burlesk Queen, a 70s classic by Celso Ad Castillo which became the diving board of Vilma Santos into mature roles, was more of a socio-political film. More so, the creators know that "Burlesk Queen" is too graphic of a title for free TV. Margarita, on the other hand, is mainly a dramatic story focusing on the personal life struggles of Wendy's character having a name like that of a popular ladies' drink. Furthermore, when asked what made ABS-CBN decide on tackling such a mature storyline on primetime TV, the creators said that Margarita will not be as sexy as many would expect basing on the show's teaser. The said teaser, showing Wendy in a bikini dancing beside a pole, is apparently the "sexiest" that show would go, said the creators. Viewers will get to see more of Margarita's challenges in life, like becoming the breadwinner in the family since her father left when she was just a little girl.

    The whole cast also shared their experiences in being a part of the "most daring teleserye" to date. Wendy said that she was very thankful to the producers for entrusting her with her own soap, barely a month after her much talked about 3rd place run in Pinoy Big Brother Season 2. The 25-year old former Bb. Pilipinas finalist said that she feels excited and nervous at the same time because she knows that she still has a lot to prove in terms of acting. But finding similarities in Margarita's struggles and in her own life, Wendy felt challenged portraying such indelible character, but also stressed that Margarita's life is thrice more complex that hers.

    Playing Wendy's love interest in the teleserye is her PBB sweetheart, Bruce Quebral. The tall, dark, and equally sexy Bruce said that he is happy to be working with his beloved, although both Bruce and Wendy dispelled all the rumors saying that they are already officially together. Bruce will play Rodrigo, Margarita's childhood friend who will eventually fall in love with her. But adding conflict to the love team is Diether Ocampo. A seasoned actor of numerous teleserye in the past, Diether took pride in his character, the rich and influential Bernard whom, as Diether described, will fall in love with Margarita and at the same time will hold the deepest secret along the story.

    Margarita will also feature a stellar cast of the brilliant actors in the industry. Grand-slam Best Actress, Elizabeth Oropesa, will play Jessica, the stepmother who will make life bitter for Margarita. Rio Locsin will play Adora, Margarita's mother, and **** Israel will play Robert, the father who left them for Jessica. PBB Celebrity Edition Big Winner, Keanna Reeves, will play Didith, the matron showgirl who will turn out to be Margarita's mentor.

    Watch Margarita every night to see how she will dance her way to the bittersweet, and sometimes tragic, music of her life. Will she get her chance for true love and happiness, or will she trip over her plot for revenge? Margarita airs on Monday, July 30th, at 6 PM on ABS-CBN.
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