Thursday, 16 April 2015

Movie Review: Kid Kulafu

Emmanuel lives a hand-to-mouth existence, surviving from one day and one meal to the next – in their mountain home in Mindanao where his family gets caught in the crossfire between rebels and paramilitary troops, then down to the provincial city where his mother works in a factory and his father later abandons them. But one day, he discovers the one thing he can own, his one true talent, and his family's way out of poverty - boxing. So he goes on the long hard journey of fighting from town to town, then leaving home to battle it out in Manila. As a teenage boxer, he must endure all the hunger, the bruises and the heartaches. He must risk everything, even his own life, to become a champion – for himself, his family and his country. This is the real story of a boy named Emmanuel, who has risen as one of the world's greatest boxers -- Manny Pacquiao. 

Blogger Tricks

Monday, 13 April 2015

Kid Kulafu Tells The Story of Humble Beginnings and Childhood of Manny Paquiao

Saturday, 11 April 2015

Rebelde’s 2nd Film Camp: The Best Film Workshop for Aspiring Film Makers and Film Enthusiast This Summer

Run For Your Wife Staged From April 10 to May 3 2015

My Verdict For Sine Tomasino's Thomasian Short Film Festival 2015

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Your Place or Mine Official Trailer

Monday, 6 April 2015

CineSB 5inco: Independent Film Festival Schedule Guide

Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop runs April 13 - 19 2015