El Presidente & Metro Manila Film Festival
El Presidente is Spanish for The President . The Metro Manila Film Festival-Philippines (MMFF-P) is the annual film festival held in Manila. The festival, which runs from the 25th of December to the first week of January, focuses on locally-produced films./5
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Bonifacio was NOT a traitor (Jessica Zafra reviews "El Presidente," historically flawed, inaccurate movie on Aguinaldo) h…
Angel Locsin back to back winners in Star Award for movies 2013 The 29th Star Awards for Movies (2013) was held at the AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City on Sunday night, March 10, 2013. It was hosted by Piolo Pascual, Iza Calzado and Kim Chiu. Angel Locsin won the Best Movie Actress award for her role in Star Cinema’s One More Try. She beat Nora Aunor this time who was also exceptional for her role in They Womb. It can be recalled that for the same roles, the superstar won the award at the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), beating Angel in the process. ER Ejercito won Best Movie Actor for his role in El Presidente which also won the Movie of the Year award. Its director Mark Meily bagged the Best Movie Director award as well. In the independent movie category, Alagwa won several awards including Indie Movie of the Year, Best Indie Movie Director and Best Indie Movie Screenwriter for Ian Loreños, Best Child Performer for Bugoy Cariño and Best Indie Movie Editor for Dempster Samarista. He ...
that the film El Presidente, an official 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival entry, is possibly the most...
El Presidente (English: The President; Filipino: Ang Pangulo) is a 2012 biopic film based on the life of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippine Republic. The film stars Laguna Gov. Jeorge Estregan in the title role, with Cesar Montano, Christopher de Leon, Nora Aunor, and Cristine Reyes in supporting roles. It is produced by Scenema Concept International. It is one of the official entries for the2012 Metro Manila Film Festival and was released in theaters nationwide on December 25, 2012. The film was produced by Scenema Concept International, CMB Films andViva Films, together in cooperation with the San Miguel Group of Companies, Petron, Boys Scouts of the Philippines, Las Casas Filipinas de Azucar and the Film Development Council of the Philippines. It was premiered on December 18, 2012, at the SMX Convention Center at the SM Mall of Asia. Plot The story is told in flashbacks as Emilio Aguinaldo thanks the US government for giving him the opportunity to attend the full restora ...
Because politics is really more fun in the Philippines. Good thing I didn't watch El Presidente.
El Presidente twists history? Miseducation of the masses can be so tragic.
"The man who started the revolution... was killed by his own countrymen. El Presidente (partly says).. he deserved it."
The Writer of El Presidente or even the researcher should do MORE RESEARCH on the real HISTORY. BONI was not a TRAITOR
El Presidente's historical revisionism and foul attempt to rehabilitate Aguinaldo at the expense of Bonifacio
Bonifacio was NOT a traitor by JESSICA ZAFRA (Review: El Presidente)
Cesar Montano played Andres Bonifacio in El Presidente, part of this year's Metro Manila Film Festival. Thoughts?
Two days after the successful nationwide showing of 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) for eight official entries, winners were revealed at awards night held in Meralco Theather, Pasig City December 27, 2012. Mark Meily's 'El Presidente' was the most awarded film this year. Winners of the Cinep...
To watch or not to watch: The 38th Metro Manila Film Festival - (Watching Thy Womb, El Presidente, and Sosy Problems!)
The red scary poster of "The Strangers" has been released, The Lawrence Fajardo film is Qunatum film and MJM's official entry to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival and will be distributed by Star Cinema. "The Strangers" Top billed by Enchong Dee, Julia Montes, Enrique Gil and JM de Guzman. This is the movie that I will watch first this December 25th then "SRR14:The Invasion" then "Sisterakas" then "One More Try" then "Si Agimat, Si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako". I may see "Thy Womb" and "El Presidente" as well but with "Sosy Problems" I think I'll just for it to be released on DVD. "The Strangers" also stars Cherry Pie Picache, Jaime Fabregas and the Horror Queen Janice de Belen. What movie will you watch first this 2012 MMFF? Sound off below! Read more:
I'm hoping to see El Presidente and Thy Womb, official entries in the Metro Manila Film Festival.
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