Cinemalaya 2017

Twenty-one competing films, twenty-one different stories… in one big event. Are you ready to “See the Big Picture” at Cinemalaya 2017? Now on its thirteenth year, Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival is proud to present nine full length and twelve short films for this year’s competition that will run from August 5 to 13. Plan your schedule wisely. Here is the list of all competing films with synopsis and screening schedule at Cultural Center of the Philippines, Greenbelt 1 and Glorietta 4, Trinoma and  UP Town…Continue Reading “Cinemalaya 2017: See the Big Picture (Films, Synopsis, Screening Schedule & Ticket Information)”

Pahiyas Festival

All roads lead to Lucban Quezon this May for the staging of Pahiyas Festival 2013, an annual celebration of thanksgiving for farmer’s bountiful harvest in honor of their patron saint, San Isidro Labrador. Various activities are lined up starting May 1st, with the main event on May 15th. Considered as one of the most awaited festival in the country, Pahiyas Festival 2013 will once again paint the town of Lucban with variety as colors as the residents adorn their houses with traditional display of fruits,…Continue Reading “Pahiyas Festival 2013: A Thanksgiving for a Bountiful Harvest”

Moriones Festival

Moriones Festival, one of the most awaited and colorful festivals in the country, is all set this holy week in the province of Marinduque. Moriones, from the word “morion” means mask, to which the festival is all about. During Moriones Festival, the streets of Marinduque are filled with men and women in mask and outfit depicting the Roman centurions during the time of Christ. The festival is a reenactment of the Passion of Christ with a highlight on the story of Longinus, a Roman centurion…Continue Reading “Moriones Festival 2013”

Aliwan Fiesta 2013

Save the date for the mother of all Philippine fiestas!  This April 11-13, Manila will once gather the best-of-the-best festivals across the country for the much anticipated Aliwan Fiesta 2013. Organized by the Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC), Aliwan Fiesta harnesses the power of Philippine festivals to showcase how religion, culture, and tradition are woven into the fiber of our existence. The detailed Aliwan Fiesta 2013 schedule will be posted when the information is already available. Keep posted! For more information, visit Aliwan Fiesta 2013 official…Continue Reading “Aliwan Fiesta 2013: The Philippines’ Best Festivals In One Place”


Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines will bloom again this February as it stage the 18th year of Panagbenga Flower Festival. “Panagbenga” is a Kankanaey term which means “season of blooming”. With the theme “A Blooming Odyssey,” the month-long festival reflects the history, traditions and values of the City of Baguio and the entire Cordilleras. Panagbenga 2013 Schedule February 1,2013 : Grand Opening Parade, Drum and Lyre Dance Competition (Elementary Division) – Panagbenga Park to Athletic Bowl. February 1 – March 3, 201:…Continue Reading “Panagbenga 2013: A Blooming Odyssey in Baguio”

Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

This February, prepare for a weekend where everything flies, as Clark once again stage the Philippine International Hot Air Baloon Fiesta, an annual spectacle of hot air balloons and the only show of its kind in the country. The event is slated on February 21 to 24, 2013 at the Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga and is hosted by Omni Aviation Complex. See early morning and late afternoon balloon flights, exciting aeromodelling demonstrations, ultralights, and fixed-wing aircraft competitions; get in on the action – fly a…Continue Reading “The 2013 Philippine International Hot Air Baloon Fiesta at Clark”