Questions:
1. What are your Top 5 films of the post-Martial Law era (1981-present)?
2. In your opinion, is the Philippine Cinema dying? Why or why not?

3. What do you tink is the main problem of thelocal film industry today?

 
 
Julius | 17 | UP Diliman, Business Administration and Accountancy

1. "Bayaning 3rd World," "Tanging Yaman," "Anak," "Hubog," "Dekada70"

2. No, hindi pa naman nauubos ang quality films dahil na rin siguro sa mga filmfests.
3. kahit maganda local films, di naman pinapanood
 
Kat V | 19 | UP Diliman, Psychology

1. Pwede bang I-skip na lang to. Parang 5 lang ang pinoy movies na napanood ko recently e.

2. No hindi pa yata siya dying. Fewer movies pero better quality cguro
3. Medyo kulangs a creative juices. Hindi lahat ng actors ay may talent sa acting.
 
Jenny | 17 | UST, Nursing

1. " Muro-ami," "Anak," "Bagong Buwan," "Jose Rizal," "Dekada '70"

2. Partly yes, kasi we keep on producing quality films pero people don't appreciate them.
3. its target audience
 
Monica | 19 | Miriam College, Communication Arts

1."Got 2 Believe," "Tanging Yaman," "Oro Plata Mata," "Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag," "Jose Rizal," "Trip"

2. No, lately there have been some good movies.
3. bold films
 
Lynn | 18 | UP Diliman, Psychology

1. "Tanging Yaman," "Tanging Ina," "Dekada '70," "Kailangan Kita," "Anak"

2. Yes, di na kasi pinapatronize ng madaming audience.

3. bihira na lang yung mga quality films
 

This site was created by the Ishmael Bernal group as a final requirement for their Film 102 class under Mr. G. Dormiendo.