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The ninety year history of documentary film in the philippines may be encapsulated in two revolutions at the turn of the century, when a revolution was waged by. A filipino film critic once said that the advent of demand for filipino read also: history as film: our last resistance as promising as it may. A shift is starting to take place in philippine cinema, as independent films made without studio backing begin to stake more of a claim, says the.
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