The filmmakers behind Ignacio de Loyola – an epic retelling of the life of the founder of the Society of Jesus – are the guests in today’s episode of Art 2 Art.
Writer/director Paolo Dy and associate director Cathy Azanza-Dy relate to Art 2 Art host Lisa Macuja the challenges they faced filming in various locations in Spain given budget constraints and the language barrier.
Produced by the Manila Broadcasting Company, Art 2 Art airs Sundays, 3:30-4 p.m., on DZRH (666 khz on the AM band), on cable television via RHTV (Channel 18 on Cignal Cable) and online livestreaming at http://dzrhnewstelevision.tv. The show may also be viewed through the Facebook account DZRH News Television.
On Aug. 14, tour specialist and publisher Clang Garcia talks about her Jeepney Tours, which takes visitors on a tour of Manila aboard a customized jeepney, and her recently released book, Food Holidays, which explores the culinary culture of the Philippines.
On Aug.21, the a capella group, Acapellago, talks about the discipline and dynamics of singing sans instruments. The group – composed of Michelle Pascual, Almond Bolante, Joshua Cadeliña, Ronnel Allen Laderas and Ricky Gavin Laderas – will regale Art 2 Art followers with their viral sensation “Tatlong Bibe” and other songs.
On Aug. 28, Joaquin Palencia shares his multi-faceted pursuits as painter, sculptor, filmmaker and new media artist. Though not formally schooled in the arts, he has a thriving career that has included doing large-scale public artworks in local and international venues.
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