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Film Development Council of the Philippines: Launches CineLokal #PelikuLAYA for PRIDE month!

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Film Development Council of the Philippines: Holds First Korean Architecture Film Festival in cooperation with Seoul International Architecture Film Festival and Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines

At the first Korean Architectural Film Festival πŸŽ₯πŸ“½πŸŽ¬ Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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ATM: Film Showing of 'Ecology in Concrete' directed by Jeong Jae Eun πŸŽ₯πŸ“½πŸŽ¬ Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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Next Up: Chicken and Beer Fellowship πŸ—πŸ»πŸŽ₯πŸ“½πŸŽ¬ Celebrating the continuing relationship between the Philippines and Korea, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) in partnership with Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (SIAFF) will launch the Korean Architectural Film Festival tomorrow, June 1, 2018, at FDCP Cinematheque Manila. The first of its kind, this Architectural Film Festival highlights not just the beauty of designs and structures, but its ability to reflect a society's identity and culture. FDCP completely supports this endeavor of the KCC to expand the bounds of film and appreciation of focused themes. The Festival will include a forum about Architecture, Urbanism and Film: Another Mode of Living with Korea panelist Yun Jae Seon, Seoul International Film Festival, Kim Young Woo, Busan International Film Festival and Kim Jeong In, Professor of Soongsil University. This will be followed by a program of the Opening Ceremony. OPENING CEREMONY Cinematheque Centre Manila #KoreanArchitecturalFilmFest #FDCP

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Antipolo Church: Long Overdue Return to visit Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage

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The Golden Girls: Always cheers me up plus their topics and comedy timing are ahead of their tie!

😜This post dates me but IDC and will even advise millennials to watch. ☝🏼️ The GG's always cheer me up even if I've seen (and can probably dub) all of their episodes. Nothing compares and noone can follow suit (let alone dare copy/make a spin off) of these trailblazers of television. From topics such menopause, dating (and sex) in senior years to HIV/AIDS… such a bold move/idea, brilliantly creative writer/s and actors par excellence. Plus, first tv appearances of Mario Lopez and George Clooney to big celebs such as Rita Moreno, Debbie Reynolds, Leslie Nielsen, Sonny Bono, Burt Reynolds, Ruby Dee and Quentin Tarantino to name a few! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈ #goldengirls #thegoldengirls #urmajestysiresfavorites #tvshows #sitcoms #oldsitcoms

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#UrMajestySiresFoodReviews: Unicorn Tea and Bistro (teaser)

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Home Foodie: Back on its Fourth Season with more Madalicious Meals!

Our resident Home Foodies are backwith more #Madalicious meals! Here's the sample food fare presented and some photos of Chef Llena Tan-Arcenas with Iya Villania and Drew Arellano, Chef Martin Narisma and Chef John Valley at today's blogcon! 🍴 Food clockwise: Pulled Pork Cuapao, Longganisa Pilaf, Crispy Patatim, Madalicious Chicken Galantina and Baked Cheesy Kamote Boats. San Miguel Purefoods Home Foodie ushers in anew and exciting season featuring Drew Arellano and Iya Villania's levelled up cooking skills featuring #Madalicious (madali na, delicious pa)! Together with SMPFC Culinary Center Chefs – Ms. Llena Tan-Arcenas, Rene Ruz, RJ Garcia, Martin Narisma and John Valley this season will feature a wide array of SMPF products used in different Madalicious Meals. SMPF #HomeFoodie Season 4 will air on GMA 7 starting June 11, 2018, Mondays to Fridays after Unang Hirit.

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#UrMajestySiresFoodReviews: Unicorn Tea and Bistro (teaser)