Consuelo Padillo Osorio is the first Filipino woman to direct a film. Consuelo Padillo Osorio was credited for her film “Dalagang Luksa” in 1938. Dalagang Luksa did very well and was soon followed by more lachrymal pictures: Dolores, Pagsuyo, and Magmamani, before World War II broke out. After the liberation, Osorio directed ‘Bakya Mo Neneng” which was… Read More »
Ryan Cayabyab is a musician, composer, and conductor of eclectic, modern and popular music. He put the Philippines in the International pedestal with award-winning symphonic works, full-length musicals, films, and television scores, a capella albums, popular and love songs, as well as scores of popular songs sung by top Filipino artists. You may want to read: National… Read More »
Ay Kalisud (Ah, Misery), 1910 Ah, misery Misery of the abandoned Night and day Always, I weep for you Ah, Inday Fortune lost None Nothing Can make me happy Ay ay kalisud Kalisud sang binayaan Adlaw gab-i Firme kita guina tangisan Ahay Inday Nga walay sing kapalaran Walay guid Walay guid Sarang co kalipayan The somber minor… Read More »
On this day, July 10, in 2012, Filipino comedian and actor Rodolfo Vera Quizon Sr., more popularly known as Dolphy, died at the age of 83 due to severe pneumonia and renal failure. Regarded as the Philippines’ King of Comedy, Dolphy has appeared in over 200 radio dramas, films and TV shows since 1946. Among his popular… Read More »
Filipino Junior Tankers wins 8 golds. Ang galing ng atletang Filipino Congratulations to our national junior swimming team for winning 8 gold, 13 silver and 9 bronze medals for the Philippines at the 43rd SEA Age-Group Swimming Championships in Penh, Cambodia! The event was held from June 28 to June 30, 2019.