Portal: Philippine Film

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Encyclopedia of Philippine Cinema
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Most Memorable Philippine Movie LinesTop 10 Philippine Movies That Made You CryTop 4 Pinoy School-Themed Movies of All TimeMost Controversial Philippine Films
Films by Era
1940's - Tatlong MariaDawn of FreedomOrasang Ginto1950's - Prinsipe AmanteSawa sa Lumang SimboryoDarna1960's -Bakit ka NagtampoOh Sendang!Trudis Liit1970's - Ang Pinakamagandang Hayop sa Balat ng LupaWanted:Perfect MotherInsiang1980's - HimalaBatch '81Bulaklak sa City Jail1990's - Jose RizalMuro AmiOnce Upon a Time in Manila2000's - AnakDekada '70A Love Story
Films by Genre
Drama - Oro, Plata, MataMagnificoOne More Chance
Comedy - Ang Tanging InaDesperadasKasal, Kasali, Kasalo
Action - Anak ng KumanderMarami Ka Pang Kakaining Bigas
Horror - Feng ShuiSukobShake, Rattle & Roll
Sexy - Burlesk KingTotoy MolaProsti
Indie Films
Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo OliverosDonsolFoster ChildPloning
Animated Films
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The Philippine Cinema has a long and fascinating history. As Spain and America's colony at the turn of the century, the Philippines had been exposed to so many cultural and social changes. The arrival of the "moving pictures" in the Philippines in 1897 was, at that time, a thing of curiosity. But the curiosity somewhat developed into fascination, and later obsession. Some of the earliest movies produced anywhere in Asia were made in the Philippines. Since the cinema's inception in the Philippines, the movies had been composed of foreign and locally produced movies. Different movie genres has been made and even Filipino filmakers have already ventured into indie film-aking. With various awards and nominations gathered from different international award giving bodies, it is not an exaggeration to say that Filipinos can now compete in the international arena story wise.

The Philippine Film Industry has its own long story to share.And this is where the Film Special Portal enters the scene.Compared with WikiPilipinas Portals which contain a huge amount of articles in various categories, the Film Special Portal concentrates on compiling information on everything about the films that has already come and go in the Philippines.

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First ten minutes of the first Filipino film featured at Cannes Film Festival.

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Serbis is an independent film by Brillante Mendoza. The movie casts Gina Pareño and RP’s prince of indie movies Coco Martin. It was invited to the official competition of the 61st Cannes Festival in France and was regarded as the most controversial in Cannes for the year 2008... (read more)

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