StyleBible Preview

Tag: cinemalaya


Here Are All the Films to Watch Out for in Cinemalaya 2019

Plus, the complete showing schedule and venues!
Cinemalaya is officially back for its 15th season featuring a full visual feast of new indie movies. Don't miss some of the best narratives the Filipino film industry has to offer this year, plus an eclectic lineup of international entries, from August

This Is the 3-Day Festival Every Aspiring Filipino Writer Shouldn't Miss

Check out all the exciting things you can do around the metro this week!
Spice up your life with this week's Preview Finder and check out all the exciting events you can attend!The ultimate festival for bookworms and writers alike is back on it's 6th year. At the upcoming Philippine Readers and Writers Festival 2019, immerse yourself in

Here's the Complete Lineup for Cinemalaya 2017

Who else is excited?
It's that time of the year again to show our full support to local filmmakers. The Cultural Center of the Philippines, in partnership with the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival, is slated to launch nine major films for the festival that will happen from

9 Indie Films You Shouldn't Miss at the Cinemalaya Festival 2016

Filipino indie films are back on the silver screen!
The 12th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival opens this August bigger than ever as it expands from Manila to Cebu. With the theme “Break the Surface,” Cinemalaya 2016 marks the return of the full length feature category along with the following classifications: Festival’s

Maco Custodio Sheds Light On The Marikina Shoe Industry

Can the shoe capital of the Philippines bring back its golden days?
The past couple of days had us here at Style Bible riding a crazy shoe frenzy, talking about #shoefies and Louboutins non-stop. We can’t exactly pinpoint what got it rolling but something tells me it might have started when we went to

Ang Nawawala

We hear from director Marie Jamora and stylist Mara Reyes about the costumes in the popular indie film.
If you haven't heard of Cinemalaya's Ang Nawawala, you must be terribly disconnected. This indie flick about a young man (Gibson Bonifacio played by Dominic Roco) who has elected to be mute after seeing his twin brother die has been Cinemalaya 2012's