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GMA Network, Regal Films reach agreement on film output

GMA Network further strengthens its partnership with Regal Films with the renewal of their movie output deal last year at the GMA Network Boardroom.

With the renewal of this deal, GMA Network will be able to acquire a number of Regal Films’ upcoming movies top-billed by GMA’s pool of artists.

Present in the contract signing were GMA Chairman and CEO Felipe L. Gozon, GMA Films President Annette M. Gozon, Regal Films Founder Lily Y. Monteverde and Regal Films Vice President Roselle Y. Monteverde.

From left: Regal's Mother Lily Monteverde, GMA's Atty. Felipe L. Gozon, Roselle Y. Monteverde, and Annette M. Gozon

Monteverde is one of GMA Network’s most loyal partners, “I am very happy to be with GMA. Our partnership has gone for more than 35 years and I can say that this is for a lifetime. This is a new beginning for me with GMA and continuous ang support namin sa isa’t isa.”

Meanwhile, Roselle Monteverde acknowledged her company’s history with the Kapuso Network. “We’ve been here since the Mother Studio days and dito rin kami nag-Regal Shocker so continuous ang partnership namin with GMA. And I’m glad that we renewed today kasi we also have artists sa GMA 7 and we’re looking forward to produce the movies for these artists. Magagaling kasi sila. I always watch Kapuso shows like Encantadia and Alyas Robin Hood at talagang nagugustuhan ko ang mga artista ng GMA 7.”

Atty. Gozon affirmed that Regal Films has proven its stature in the industry. “Of course tayo ay always happy dahil itong Regal ni Mother Lily has been known to produce quality movies that people really look forward to watching. Kaya’t isang malaking karangalan sa atin na maging partner ng Regal,” he concluded. 

Topics: GMA Network , Regal Films , Mother Lily Monteverde , Felipe L. Gozon , Roselle Y. Monteverde , Annette M. Gozon
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