(Quezon City, Philippines), May 11, 2018. The long wait is finally over, RYTS: Rule Yourself to Success will be shown on May 12, 2018, 4-5PM in Net 25 (Eagle Broadcasting Corporation). Kuya E and I conceptualized this show over a year ago at Big Eyes Events and Productions.
Kuya E and the Blogger on the Red Carpet
After Brainstorming RYTS at Big Eyes Events and Productions Office in Quezon City
Brainstormed and we came up with almost like where Oprah meets the Talk kind of show where Kuya E interviews known celebrities in the Philippines and discuss their inspiring stories in Shine like a Diamond segment to the viewers. Aside from that, Kuya E also focus on exciting segment called “All About Success” where he invites business people to share their knowledge in how to make it as a successful entrepreneur. In addition, the viewers can expect Tulong ni Kuya E (Outreach) which is helping less fortunate individual across the archipelago.
About Kuya E
Let’s find out his story surviving the cancer and becoming a “Millionaire Maker”.
One-on-one interview with Kuya E last May 2017. Watch Now!-–
(Quezon City, Philippines) – The Iglesia Ni Cristo historical biographical film, “Felix Manalo” bagged a total of five awards, including the much coveted “Best Picture” in the 64th FAMAS (Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences) awards Sunday night (December 4).
The film about the first executive minister of the Iglesia Ni Cristo also bagged the Best Director award for Joel Lamangan, Best Actor for lead star Dennis Trillo, Best Theme Song for “Ang Sugo ng Diyos sa mga Huling Araw” which was sung by Sarah Geronimo, and
Best Screenplay for INC minister Brother Bienvenido Santiago.
During the awards night, those behind the film thanked God for making this possible. They also thanked INC Executive Minister Brother Eduardo V. Manalo for his guidance and support.
In his acceptance speech, actor Dennis Trillo, thanked the film producers, VIVA Films, and director Joel Lamangan for having chosen him to play the lead role in the film. He also thanked the INC brethren for the love and support they had shown to him while doing the film. This was his first-ever FAMAS best actor award, Trillo said.
Director Joel Lamangan also thanked INC and Viva Films for the support they have given in the film’s production.
From the Grand Ballroom of the Century Park Hotel in Manila, the evening started off well for the movie “Felix Manalo”, with its first win early in the evening for Best Screenplay. The award was accepted by Dr. Sergie Santos on behalf of INC minister Bienvenido Santiago.
It ended with Felix Manalo’s big win for Best Film accepted by representatives of Viva Films, the film’s Best Director awardee, Joel Lamangan, and Dr. Sergie Santos representing the INC.
The film dramatized the early years of the INC which was registered in the Philippines on July 27, 1914 by its first executive minister, Felix Y. Manalo who is regarded by INC members as the fulfillment of the biblical prophecy on God’s last messenger.
For some of the night’s other categories, Andi Eigenmann received her award for Best Actress for her performance in the Carlo J. Caparas film “Angela Markado.” She was nominated this year for two films, “Angela Markado” & “Tragic Theatre.”
Renowned veteran actress Batangas Representative Vilma Santos-Recto was the recipient of this year’s FAMAS Presidential award. Robin Padilla entertained the audience as he accepted the honor of the Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award.
The other FAMAS winners were the following:
Gabby Concepcion – Best Supporting Actor (Crazy Beautiful You)
Lorna Tolentino — Best Supporting Actress (Crazy Beautiful You)
JM Ibanez – Best Child Performer (Crazy Beautiful You)
Shari Marie Montiague – Best Production Design (You’re My Boss)
Addiss Tabong – Best Production Design (You’re My Boss)
Vincent Ilagan and Mike Velasquez – Best Visual Effects award (Angela Markado)
Robby Tantingco – Best Story (Ari: My Life with a King)
Carlo Francisco Manatad – Best Editing (Para sa Hopeless Romantic)
Cesar Francis Concio – Best Musical Score (A Love Affair)
Rain Yamson – Best Cinematography (Silong)
The special awards given by FAMAS on Sunday night were the following:
Presidential Award for Vilma Santos-Recto
Famas Lifetime Achievement Award for Gloria Sevilla
Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award for Robin Padilla
Dr. Jose Perez Memorial Award for Jojo Gabinete
Arturo M. Padua Memorial Award for Danny Dolor
Father of Visual Poetry Award for Doc Penpen B. Takipsilim
German Moreno Youth Achievement Awards for Jak Roberto, Sanya Lopez and Gabbi Garcia
Recognition for Outstanding Performance for Arnold Reyes
2016 Advocacy Film Award for Alvin Yapan’s “EDSA”
The best new female artist went to Ysabelle Peach (Angela Markado), while the actor par excellence went to Piolo Pascual (Silong). The director par excellence and screenplay par excellence award was given to Carlo J. Caparas (Angela Markado).
Chief Public Attorney Dr. Persida V. Rueda Acosta was given a special citation, while the late German Moreno was given a posthumous award.
Piolo Pascual and Lorna Tolentino were chosen as the male and female Stars of the Night, while Robi Domingo and Jean Garcia were chosen to receive the Male and Female Look of the Night awards.
Aside from the hosts, Piolo Pascual, Jean Garcia, Sunshine Dizon, Enchong Dee, and Robi Domingo, the evening was filled with many recognizable faces and peers in the Filipino film industry. As they recognized their colleagues in their marveled achievements, they also enjoyed a night filled with entertaining performances from Dulce, Mark Mabasa, Jeremiah, and Net25 talents Babi Crisostomo, Apple Chiu and Chadleen Lac-doo.
April 25, 2016 (Social Dragon PR) Quezon City, Philippines. an early morning anticipation at Eagle Broadcasting Corporation and just had a cup of coffee. Recently met with Davey Langit right after his hosting gig for Pambansang Almusal. Medium in height, kind of stocky dude, soft spoken, and very polite. Langit known for his hit song “The Selfie Song” and garnered million of hits on Youtube.
Apart from that success, he started as one of the scholars from Philippine Dream Academy headed by Iconic Legendary Jim Paredes of APO Hiking Society. His also a disc jockey of 95.5 Pinas FM and he has won the Himig Handog PPop Love Songs of 2016 for “Dalawang Letra” as composer performed by Itchyworms.
“Dalawang Letra” Performed by Itchyworms Video Link
Let’s get to know Davey Langit Up Close and Personal
According to Davey, he started playing the guitar in a such tender age as a hobby. During his college years, songwriting came and eventually joined the Philippine Dream Academy. Langit honed his talent in songwriting and the rest is history. He has written song for Yeng Constantino, which is “Cool-Off” 11 years ago. In 2013 Langit smashed hit “The Selfie Song” he only recorded it on his smart phone and uploaded on Youtube and garnered 10K Views after a week. In addition, he stated, “it’s always a pleasure to work with Iconic Jim Paredes of APO Hiking Society.”
Make sure to catch him three times a week at Pambansang Almusal and follow him on Social Media as Davey Langit via Facebook
International Indie Actor Making a Name for himself
From Stageplay to Indie Film
by MJ Racadio
April 21, 2016 (Social Dragon PR)
Quezon City, Philippines.
Tall, dark and handsome with great charisma. Friday eve, sat down with John Stevenson Tabangay, he was ecstatic with our interview. By the way, its his first-time solo article after the world premiere of “Walang Take Two” (No Second Take) and currently star in a spin-off “Hapi ang Buhay” directed by Carlo Cuevas which recently won Best Director in an International Film Festival in London. Let’s find out what his humble beginnings.
What motivates you to become an actor?
It motivates me to become an actor, first thing I wanna help my family to provide for them. Secondly, I was bullied before and show them that I can do it. Finally, I thank INCinema and Ka EVM for giving me the opportunity to showcase my talent.
Who are your inspirations?
My family inspired me a lot to push this kind of career, they gave me moral support and also my friend inside the Church of Christ. In terms of acting, I followed the career of John Lloyd Cruz, he’s a very good actor.
What are your hobbies?
I play volleyball, badminton, track & field. My latest hobby is travelling and exploring the Philippines.
According to John, he started acting at his locale stageplay until got discovered for “Walang Take Two” (No Second Take) he played as struggling film-maker facing personal and family problems. The spin-off currently being aired at Net 25 produced by Eagle Broadcasting Corporation.
What advise can you share for those wanted to do acting?
“My advice also there’s a great friend told me that steven always remember humility is a virtue, guys it’s very important na tayo ay humble lagi huwag lalaki ang ulo or magiging mayabang and let us all share the blessing na narerecieve natin sabi nga give and take. So guys if your passion po ay maging actor/actresses go lang God will guide you!”
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Hapi ang Buhay Every Saturdays 4PM & Sundays 9PM at #Net25
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John Stevenson Tabangay
April 21, 2016, (Social Dragon PR) Los Angeles, California
The success of Blogtalk with MJ Racadio is inevitable, behind the success is Mariebeth Racadio celebrating her birthday today April 21, 2016. Recognizing her for unending support from contacting future guests to providing moral support. Back in the memory lane, she stated ” Why don’t you interview influential people to inspire others”. Yes indeed! took that as advice and the rest is history. Wishing her good health and prosperous life.
International Film Festival Pioneer Visiting Manila
by MJ Racadio
April 13, 2016 (Social Dragon PR) Quezon City, Philippines. Pedron arrived in the Philippines for speaking engagements about Film-Making and consulting projects. Luis Pedron making rounds of interviews from Magandang Umaga po! to 95.5 Pinas FM. Luis Pedron is the Festival Manager of the Viva Latino International Film Festival NY 2015 and 2016. In the past Luis was the Programmerfor the Soho International Film Festival 2010 and 2011, Festival Director for the Asians on Film Festival in North Hollywood CA 2013, Festival Director for the One FILAM Film Festival Hollywood CA 2013.
Luis Pedron is currently the Co-Founder/Festival Director and Programmer of the International Film Festival Manhattan now on it’s 6th Year. IFFM showcases Asian, Latino, New York and International filmmakers that reflect the change that we see in America and the world today. His advocacy is to help film-makers from around the world to showcase different genres of films during the Film Festivals on October 20-23, 2016. For submissions visit http://iffmnewyork.com