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Filipino Indie film “Suerte” to be shown at Busan International Film Festival Entertainment Movies and TV 

Filipino Indie film “Suerte” to be shown at Busan International Film Festival

Intentionally forcing the Filipinos to confront its current state while unapologetically showcasing a different Philippines to the international community, Suerte goes to Busan International Film Festival as the only Filipino film nominated for the Wide Angle category. Suerte, meaning luck in Filipino, takes on a different translation when two amateur filmmakers come together to create a documentary on the local drug trade happening on their street. Their investigation dangerously borders obsession as they delve deeper into the inner workings of what they thought was only small-time drug dealing. Scaling down…

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Face masks that can double as Halloween costumes Beauty Life and Style 

Face masks that can double as Halloween costumes

Halloween is just around the corner, so brace yourselves for loud halloween celebrations and tons of horror movie sesh! All-night parties are fun, but the lack of sleep can make your skin look dry and irritated. Instead of waking up seeing the halloween jitters in your face, it’s time to multitask and strut at the party with your beauty mask on! The Peg: Popular Panda If you want to be Po from The Kung Fu Panda, Panda from Tekken, or simply a random cutie in a Halloween ball, it’s up…

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3 of The Best Films About Mental Illness Entertainment Movies and TV 

3 of The Best Films About Mental Illness

Warning: This post contains spoilers and discussions on depression and suicide that could cause triggers. In today’s confusing world, validation and representation are crucial resources for something as influential as films. For people living with mental illnesses, however, identification in movies is even more significant. Not only do they shape the world’s culture, they also do good in spreading awareness that contributes to greater social awareness. Listed below are some of the movies that have achieved the feat of understanding the complexity of mental health: What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)…

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PUP on Peace: A Day of Talks About PH’s Contemporary Issues University 

PUP on Peace: A Day of Talks About PH’s Contemporary Issues

In the spirit of important discussions, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines is holding a whole day seminar about the country’s issues with an event entitled, “The Missing Piece: Digging Into The Contemporary Issues on Peace.” Joined by distinguished journalists, educators, and government officials from the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace process, the sessions are expected to be filled with knowledge about the severity of the nation’s problems. “It is high time to consistently open the discourse of peace communication to the public. Most especially to student…

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Carpool Karaoke releases Linkin Park episode *cue tears* Entertainment Music 

Carpool Karaoke releases Linkin Park episode *cue tears*

Just seven days before his death, Chester Bennington with two other members of Linkin Park, Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn, and comedian Ken Jeong recorded an episode of Carpool Karaoke. Popularized by late night show host James Corden, the candid show was known for showing raw and unfiltered sides of their guest stars while singing either their personal hits or other well-loved songs. Watching part of the band and hearing Chester’s iconic voice reminds us of the legacy he has left in music and in the hearts of all music…

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Look what you made her do: Taylor Swift announces “The Swift Life” app Entertainment Music 

Look what you made her do: Taylor Swift announces “The Swift Life” app

Buckle up, Swifties! ‘Cause your girl got something new for you! After a year of hiatus, Taylor Swift is back to announce in her YouTube account that she’ll be launching a social network for her fans called The Swift Life. “I’ve got something pretty awesome that we’ve been working on for a while that I wanted to share with you.” The app is described as Instagram-like, “a creative, inclusive and community-driven place for users better connect with each other and Taylor.” It is apparently free to download and she’ll be…

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6 Winning Costumes To Rock This Halloween Season Life and Style 

6 Winning Costumes To Rock This Halloween Season

Halloween is just around the corner and people need some help in order to snatch that Best Halloween Costume Award. Here are some neck shivering suggestions, so you could bring home the gold! White Lady Ah, the classic white lady in the Balete Drive. She can be the new face of PONDS and other skin lightening products because of your fairness and whiteness. How to rock it: Just put tons of baby powder in your face, wear your hair down and wear some white curtains. Manananggal Well, this missy right…

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FINDING YOUR ZEN WITH ZINES Culture Life and Style 

FINDING YOUR ZEN WITH ZINES

Have you ever tried making a zine? Aside from being a creative outlet, crafting zines promotes self-care. It is believed to be therapeutic as it enables you to sit down and focus your energy in personalizing each and every page. Zines are self-published and pamphlet-sized works. It is a DIY activity where you can work on your safe space, while exploring various ways of self-expression. From poems to drawings, there are no creative limits in making your own zines. You can use any craft material you want about anything that’s…

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Home Alone on Halloween Season Life and Style Viral 

Home Alone on Halloween Season

Granny warned you about the spirits that roam the Earth during October and yes, they are coming for you. You will see them more often, from the moment you turned your television on to instances you’re browsing online. There will always be a lady in white, with waist-length hair covering her face, lurking on your screens. It’s all about ghost stories, and this only gets worse when you’re left alone at home. Listed below are some Halloween horror scenarios. Be warned though: You need to sharpen your senses, because you…

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4 Ways To Level-up Your Nightlife Food Life and Style 

4 Ways To Level-up Your Nightlife

After long hours of work during the weekdays, there’s nothing more exciting than a Friday night. It’s like a rainbow after the rain—restoring your energy and making you look forward to the weekend. While some people lounge on the couch with their newly bought book, there are those who celebrate Friday nights with a liquor in hand, dancing to the beat of loud music. If you’re one of the latter, here are ways to spice up your nightlife experience. Bring friends! There’s truth behind the saying, “The more, the merrier!”…

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