Khyne Palumar

Director Rae Red on thriller ‘Tenement 66’: “I wanted to do it purely for entertainment but I couldn’t avoid politics”

The Filipino filmmaker talks her follow-up to ‘Babae At Baril’, writing from the fringes and being a Red progeny

‘A Girl And A Guy’ review: Erik Matti’s raunchy drama takes time undressing its… heart

The Filipino director’s new film has its moments – but it’s not his finest work

Reese Lansangan: “The best way to affect people is to be authentic to myself first”

Six years after her breakout debut ‘Arigato, Internet’ (and some experimental releases in between), the Filipino indie artist returns with new album ‘Time Well Spent’

‘Dito At Doon’ review: nuanced rom-com captures the paradox of the pandemic

Director JP Habac’s love-in-lockdown film is bigger on the inside

Noa Mal: Filipino lo-fi indie rocker finds “freedom in writing, not fear”

The ‘sadcore’ singer-songwriter is building a dedicated audience with vulnerable, unpolished songs recorded from her Lucena City bedroom

Director Erik Matti on the sequel to ‘On The Job’: “Yes, it’s an angry movie”

Nearly a decade after the first movie, Matti is back. The Pinoy filmmaker talks political angst and behind-the-scenes exclusives ahead of the hotly-anticipated release of ‘On The Job 2: The Missing 8’

Pinoy funk-jazz muso Paolo Garcia becomes Parallel Uno: “Blazing new paths is the artist’s way”

The artist formerly known as Pasta Groove talks his turbulent 2020 and honouring his father and uncle’s musical legacy in Hotdog
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