CCP shows classic movies Macho Dancer, Manila at night for free
Take a look back at the socio-political landscape of Manila in the 1980s through the successive screenings of National Film Artist Lino Broca of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Arthouse Cinema Macho dancer and national filmmaker Ishmael Bernal Manila at night on June 3, starting at 2 pm at Tanghalang Manuel Konde Stadium. Macho dancer follows the story of a handsome teenager from the mountains who travels to Manila in an attempt to support his family after being abandoned by his American lover. With a popular calling boy as his mentor, Paul enters the brilliant world of the macho dancer. In this classic film, Mr. Brock captures a world of male strippers, prostitution, drugs, sexual slavery, police corruption and murder. IN Manila at night, the hidden nightlife of ordinary people living in Manila has been revealed. Conflicts between lovers and families are radically opposed to each other, as they live in the night streets, full of drugs and prostitution. The exceptional story explicitly reveals the various characters and episodes. This iconic film by Ishmael Bernal depicts the darkness of city life so vividly that it was once forbidden to use the word “Manila” in its title. To watch the movies, register in advance via this link: https://bit.ly/38RCR03. The film screenings mark the National Heritage Site and mark the anniversary of Mr Bernal’s death on 2 June.
GMA premieres sports-oriented series Bowling alley
GMA ENTERTAINMENT Group aims to prove that women can rise to the top and become champions with hard work, skills and talent in their latest prime time series, Bowling alley. Directed by Dominic Zapata and Joron Lee Monroe, the story follows Johnny (Kylie Padilla), a billiards marvel who was taught to play by his father, a former billiards champion. But when her father dies, she has to support her family, and billiards is suddenly the last thing on her mind. Padilla is joined in the series by Raver Cruz, Jacques Roberto, Gardo Versosa, Joey Marquez, Al Tantai and Jacqueline Jose. Bowling alley airs on weekday evenings at 8:50 p.m. First lady of GMA Telebabad.
Tate McRae is releasing his debut album
SINGER, songwriter and dancer Tate McRae has released his debut album, I thought I could fly, via RCA Records / Sony Music. The album includes writers and producers such as Greg Kerstin, Phineas, Charlie Putt, Alexander 23, Blake Slatkin, Louis Bell and others. The album includes the already released tracks “I feel like shit”, “she’s all I want to be”, “chaotic”, “what are you going to do?” And more. Ms. McRae’s latest single, “she’s all I want to be,” has over 230 million streams and is currently in the Top 12 in the Top 40. Ms. McRae has just finished her North American tour in 2022. and is currently playing in the European Union with dates in the UK and Australia later this summer. From September she will be touring as a special guest at Shawn Mendes’ Wonder: The 2022 World Tour. The new album is available on all digital music platforms.
EJ DE Perio released his first single
PHILIPPINE singer-songwriter EJ De Perio opposes the concept of the eternity of “Instantly”, His first official single from Sony Music Philippines. Featuring calm acoustic guitars and minimal instruments, the ballad insists that despite the uncertainty of the future, there will always be a person who is ready to stick with you through the thin and thin. ‘I wrote’Pananda ‘ from the realization that nothing will last forever and everything must come to an end, “Mr De Perrio said in a statement. “The song is about preparing for the inevitable change and taking care to protect this one person who is ready to keep things the same – even if everything around you is constantly evolving.” The abbreviated song was produced by fellow singer and songwriter Migz Haleko.InstantlyIs available on all digital music platforms worldwide.
Kangdaniel releases new album
K-POP ICON KANGDANIEL marks a return to music making with the release of their new full-length album, The story. Featuring 10 songs co-written by the Korean pop singer, the recording describes stories from his own perspectives and experiences. “I want to tell stories as a storyteller,” the South Korean artist said in a statement. “I would be grateful if you could just enjoy and feel at ease The story. I hope you like it. “ The story is his first full-length album and follows the release of his top EP, yellowwhich is platinum in South Korea. KANGDANIEL’s new album also includes collaborations with some of K-Pop’s biggest names: Korean-American singer / rapper Jesse in “Don’t Tell”, sokodomo in “How We Love” and Dbo in “Loser”. The story is available on all digital music platforms worldwide.