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Gini Cruz Santos: First female supervising animator at Disney-Pixar

by Jan Milo Severo  / Philstar.com In the upcoming Disney-Pixar movie “Coco,” there might be no Filipino touches like the “bahay kubo” inside Nemo’s aquarium, but Filipina Pixar supervising animator Gini Cruz Santos assured Filipinos will love the movie about the … Continue reading

November 10, 2017

FACINE 24: The best of Filipino cinema in its 100th year

The 24th annual Filipino International Cine Festival (FACINE) happens this month to celebrate the 100 years of Philippine cinema.  The longest-running event in the U.S., FACINE has been the premier showcase of new works and Filipino film classics in the … Continue reading

October 12, 2017

26 years of Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC): LA’s largest and longest-running Fil-Am celebration crosses generations, showcases best in Filipino culture

FPAC headliners in focus: Apl.de.ap & Jessica Reynoso With Filipino-American History Month underway, communities across the United States have planned events throughout October, such as parades, literary fairs and food fests, to showcase Fil-Am influence in the country. In Los … Continue reading

October 11, 2017

Tracing history: When and how Filipino-American History Month started

by Rian Mendiola /AJPress FILIPINO-American History Month is celebrated in the United States every October. The significance of the month is attached to  the first recorded presence of Filipinos in the United States. It was on October 18, 1587 when … Continue reading

October 04, 2017

Soulciety’s ‘Unincorporated’ Stories of transformation and triumph

Onstage at Chabot College on September 22-23 WITH its goal to provide the youth an opportunity to share real-life stories, Soulciety is proud to invite everyone to a major event for Central Alameda County.  Presenting “Unincorporated,” a multidisciplinary theatrical production … Continue reading

September 21, 2017

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