Christian Bautista and Julie Anne San Jose are occupying Kia Theater to offer a unique and fresh combination on Nov. 11 with When Christian Meets Julie Anne, a concert to highlight each of their unique vocal power, individually and together.
DreamStar Events Management and GMA Network bring back Julie Ann to the venue of her first solo concert, this time with fellow singer/concert artist Christian. The two will have a back-to-back performance.
Christian and Julie Anne are both products of singing searches after which they carved their niches on the music and concert scene.
Christian is best known as Asia’s Romantic Balladeer while Julie Anne is dubbed as Asia’s Pop Sweetheart.
With their string of achievements both in the local and international scene, concertgoers can expect nothing more than a world-class act in their first concert together.
Marc Lopez is the musical director with Marvin Caldito directing the performance.
“I am very honored na makasama si Christian sa concert. This is another memorable experience for me to share the stage with Asia’s Romantic Balladeer. Another milestone ito sa aking career,” Julie Anne says.
Christian is equally excited to be sharing the concert stage with Julie Anne for the first time.
“She’s a great singer and performer. I’m equally excited to be sharing the stage with her. Naku, mapapasayaw na naman ako niyan knowing her as a good dancer too,” quips Christian.
Tickets to When Christian Meets Julie Anne are now available at Ticketnet.
GMA programs hailed at 38th Catholic Mass Media Awards.
For promoting good values through television, a total of nine programs and special features of GMA Network were honored at the 38th Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) held at the Philippine International Convention Center on Oct. 12.
GMA-7’s award-winning sitcom Pepito Manaloto with Michael V. was named Best Comedy Program.
Meanwhile, taking home another award for the Kapuso Network is the science and infotainment program AHA! after it won Best Children and Youth Program.
GMA News TV also received two awards from CMMA. State of the Nation with Jessica Soho , GMA News TV’s flagship evening newscast, was recognized as Best News Program while the public affairs show I Juander won Best News Magazine Program.
Earning special citations as well were multi-awarded news magazine program Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (Best News Magazine category); lifestyle-magazine show Dream Home (Best Talk Show category); climate change documentary Two Degrees, Panahon Na (Best Drama Series and Best TV Special categories); animated anthology series Alamat (Best Children and Youth Program category); and GMA News TV’s internationally-acclaimed documentary program Reel Time (Best Children and Youth Program category).
Held annually, the Catholic Mass Media Awards recognize students, professionals, and organizations that exhibit and uphold Filipino and Christian values through mass communication. This year’s CMMA carried the theme “Communication and Mercy: A Fruitful Encounter.”
Indie film about jailed drug dealer is featured in QCinema 2016.
Cinephiles are in for an emotional connection in the light of the ongoing war on drugs with the movie Best. Partee. Ever..
Howard “HF” Yambao’s entry to this year’s QCinema International Film Festival (QCinema) Circle Competition stars ABS-CBN talent JC de Vera who plays Mikey, a gay drug pusher from the affluent class who spends five years in a city jail while waiting for his case to be decided.
Inside the prison, Mikey attempts not to adapt to the culture and stratification among inmates. But eventually, Mikey becomes a “mayor” (cell leader) to a group of gay inmates called “Gang-da.”
Together with this group, Mikey learns how to survive the dangers of several gang riots, the mundane jail life, and the decay of human dignity.
At the QCinema’s press conference, Yambao said the movie could serve as an instrument to help raise awareness about drugs.
“I guess this is how we can help the war on drugs, by educating the youth. This was my experience when I was younger,” he shared.
Best. Partee. Ever. is the first indie film of Yambao, who studied filmmaking, digital filmmaking, and music video production at the New York Film Academy.
He apprenticed under filmmakers Brillante Mendoza and Armando Lao, both staunch supporters of social realism and found story filmmaking approach in the Philippines.
Prior to filmmaking, he worked as a TV commercial director for government advocacies, a TV segment producer, and a PR and marketing consultant.
Coming from the upper-middle class, Yambao offers to critique and show the diverse dilemmas and issues of the class he belongs to.
QCinema 2016 is ongoing until Oct. 22 at Ayala TriNoma, Gateway Cinemas, Robinson’s Galleria, and UP Town Center.
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