The ﬁlm tells the story of a former 1980’s ﬁlm cameraman who now currently works as a movie pirate operating in present day Manila. He routinely smuggles a digital camcorder into movie theaters in order to illegally record ﬁlms. One night he records something else... And the footage goes viral.
"Balut Country" follows the journey of Jun, an heir to the duck farm left to him by his late father. He must decide whether to sell the property to secure his future, or spare the land's loyal caretakers of inevitable displacement.
Former hired killer confesses all his crimes, so that an unknown politician may use his confession for political leverage
Escaping the torment of growing up with an abusive older brother, he and his friends found further suffering at the hands of Japanese soldiers, forced into sex work to survive. But even after the war, Markova's struggle continued.
A political thriller about the practice of "badil" or "dynamite fishing", wherein voters are prevented from casting their votes for the opposition by paying them large sums of money to get their fingers inked before election day.
Children of the Lake
Luksong Tinik shows how Beth Pineda, a loving single mother involved in illegal activities as courier for a fake passport syndicate, is dragged into a media frenzy. She gets caught between the truth, too much deadly information and the manipulative media. Like the game of luksong tinik (jumping over thorns), her situation becomes more dangerous as the leaps get higher.
A father learns that his teenage son is heading down to the same path he treaded. In order to stop his son from being a criminal, he returns to his old ways so that his son may live.
A newlywed Sol learns that her husband Roy is a psychotic who alternated between treating her tenderly and beating her up when she disobeys his orders.
A cult called Wakwak headed by Papa Mundo is ready to kill and be killed to fight for their beliefs. It is a religious battle for their leader, clad in priest's robes, who they believe has supernatural powers to extinguish life out of anyone. Outnumbered, Lt. Cary Altamonte's group fights for the safety of the civilians. The situation unfolds in a battle of faith.
The film begins with his capture by Philippine and US forces under Frederick Funston's command in 1901, then flashes back to 1886, when an old woman gives Aguinaldo and his childhood friend Candido Tirona cryptic prophecies. Ten years later, Aguinaldo is inducted into the Katipunan and later assumes leadership of its Cavite chapter while becoming mayor of Cavite El Viejo. When the trouble breaks out in Manila in late August 1896, Aguinaldo tries to assure the Spanish provincial government of non-interference and covertly marshals his forces despite a lack of weapons. Learning that the Spanish mostly put their forces in Manila, Aguinaldo finally mobilizes his troops and take the command of the Katipunan forces in Cavite
A year after college, seven friends Diane Villaruel, Ricky Salveron, Ese Aragon, Joey Fajardo, Gina de Leon, Garry Ballesteros, Melani Suntay, and Brian Lorenzo get together to take a memory down the lane and attempt to relive the past filled with challenges, victories and problems. Things are not anymore as they seemed to be as each of them treads on different path to self-discovery and accomplishment. Gina and Gary are preparing for their wedding when they learn about Gina’s troublesome reproductive system. On the other hand, just when Melanie finally gave her yes to Brian, the latter met an accident and fell in coma. Ese and Joey learned to be sweeter with each other until Joey got his dream car. And lastly, Ricky, who has been long waiting for his Diane lacked the enough courage to confess when Diane came in.
Eddie Romero's miniseries adaptation of the novel from Filipino writer and activist Jose Rizal, published during the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines in 1887. Noli Me Tángere (Latin for "Touch Me Not") explores perceived inequities in law and practice in terms of the treatment by the ruling government and the Spanish Catholic friars of the resident peoples in the late nineteenth century.