By Euden Valdez
SINCE its very first staging in Paris in June 1982, Fête de la Musique has become an international phenomenon that continues to promote music through a free-for-all event in more than 700 cities in 120 countries every year.
In the Philippines, Fête de la Musique is celebrating its 25th year of showcasing the best of the best in the local music scene, while providing a cross cultural experience between the Filipino and French people thereby forging friendships and building a community.
Opening this June 21 and then continuing on June 28 and 29, Fête de la Musique continues its tradition of producing several main stages across Metro Manila and in six other cities all over the country. With the addition of over 50 pocket stages, Fete offers once more a variety of music styles and genres.
Filled with new, exciting and meaningful events for everyone, watch out for these at #FetePH25:
By the Cultural Center of the Philippines
THE Cultural Center of the Philippines and Cinemalaya Foundation Inc. announce the finalists for the Short Film Category of the 2019 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival.
From 168 submitted entries, the selection committee, composed of Nick Deocampo, Teddy Co, Milo Sogueco, Alvin Yapan and Law Fajardo, narrowed down the list and confirmed the 10 finalists.
The 10 finalists are:
Now on its 15th year, the 2019 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival will happen from August 2 to 11 at CCP in Pasay City.
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