Bagane “Bagsy” Fiola, a talented Mindanaoan filmmaker who hails from Davao City, had conceptualized “Baboy Halas” back in 2016 during a documentary shoot in the Cotabato Province of Southern Philippines. A fable recounted by a former rebel commander whose storytelling skills were passed on through generations from his Moro ancestors, inspired Fiola to write “Wailings in the Forest”.
In true “PPP4: Sama All” fashion, two titles from Regal Films and 21 movies from ABS-CBN Films have joined the lineup of the 4th Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP) of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP). This brings the total number of PPP4 films to 168, with 90 full-length features and 78 shorts.
It’s a gathering of almost anything and everything Filipino in the 4th edition of the Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (PPP) that features at least 145 titles — 67 full-length films and 78 short films.
Be part of the 40th Masskara Festival celebrations and witness performers in stylish masks and costumes move to the beat of the city as SKY airs a two-day coverage of the annual Negrenses party live on October 26 to 27.
Park Inn by Radisson Davao kicks off the month long Kadayawan celebration with a Festive Food offering showcasing the city’s well-loved fruits and dishes served in a colorful woven mat also known as Banig.
Seda Abreeza celebrates its fifth anniversary celebration with Davao’s highly anticipated Kadayawan Festival this August.
Davao’s Kadayawan Festival has earned its prestige as one of the most beautiful ethnic celebrations in the country, and remains to be a dazzling spectacle like the street dancing performances and float parades.
As part of a month long thanksgiving celebration to Dabawenyos for making it number one, PLDT HOME celebrates the Kadayawan Festival 2016 with booth displays of Kadayawan Fun Sale from Aug.12-25, 2016.
Here are quick facts from the Davao City Information Office on the four prominent icons of Davao: the Philippine Eagle, Waling-Waling, Mt. Apo, and the Durian.
Here is an infographic on the 11 Lumad and Muslim communities in Davao City that together with an abundant harvest are the reasons why we are celebrating the 31st Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival.