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A Holiday Feast Awaits at World Bazaar Festival 2018


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Aside from the joys of gift-giving and the cheers of festivities, just the thought of all the gastronomic delights to be had during the Christmas season is enough to stir up the excitement among food lovers. Luckily for foodies, the World Bazaar Festival – the country’s longest annual running charity bazaar – on its 18th edition is back to host not only the biggest holiday shopping extravaganza of the year but also, a splendid food feast for shoppers and eager eaters alike!


Woobie’s Food World

WBF is known for its larger-than-life bazaar presentations and exciting pocket events that surely make for a unique holiday experience. But on top of all that, WBF is also an ideal destination to satiate one’s yuletide cravings. This year, WBF 2018: A Boogie Woobie Christmas, is thrilled to offer a wide selection of food stalls and food products from various local food sellers to truly give bazaar goers a satisfying holiday food trip experience.

At Woobie’s Food World, one can choose from over 50 booths that will be serving up a delectable range of snacks and food varieties. Among the participating food stalls at this year’s WBF include World of Fries, Waffles & Soda, Monster Belly, Crazy Tako, Sushie Kenzie, and Café Sultan to name a few. Here, bazaar goers can also freely relax, unwind, and recharge from all the shopping action as well as enjoy the live stage activities all the while munching on the delectable eats.



Woobie’s Goodies

Nothing evokes the Christmas spirit quite like our all-time favorite goodies and staple pinoy delicacies. Attesting that WBF truly is a foodie’s paradise during the holiday season, Woobie’s Goodies is a signature WBF pavilion where one can find an array of baked goods, snacks, and delicacies from across the country. From savory cakes and exotic delicacies such as toasted cashews, nuts, and sweet and spicy dilis anchovies by Chef Roger’s to the unique coffee blend of Starkaffea, Woobie’s Goodies is where you can find sweet and delectable treats to bring home and share with your loved ones.



Regional eats

Another foodie highlight that awaits bazaar goers at this year’s WBF is a special pavilion presented in partnership with the Department of Agriculture (DA) and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR). Aimed at highlighting the local food products and likewise empower farmers and local business owners this holiday season, the DA x BFAR pavilion will be featuring an impressive display of regional goods that will make for one-of-a-kind Christmas presents or simply as enjoyable treats to feast on this season.

Among the mouthwatering food products to be found at the pavilion include the assortment of flavored fresh milk by DVF Dairy Products from Nueva Ecija; ready-to-eat bottled food such as Pork Bicol Express, Tinapa Bicol Express, Regular and Spicy Laing, and Bicol Chili Paste by HML Foods Corporation; organic teas and food supplements by IMEKS Food Enterprises; organic rice by Joyful Organic Farm; and the festive Fruit Wines by Vino Arsan Enterprises.

Organized by Worldbex Services International and presented in partnership with ABS-CBN, the 18th WBF is happening on December 12 to 22, 2018, from Sunday to Thursday (12:00nn to 10:00pm) and Friday to Saturday (10:00am to 12:00mn) at the World Trade Center Manila. For more information, follow @worldbazaarfestival on Facebook and Instagram, call (02) 656-9239, or email inquire@worldbexevents.com.

Natural Disaster Flick 'The Signs' Hits Cine Lokal


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Man’s fight for survival against a super typhoon is front and center in John Stephen Baltazar’s The Signs which is featured in FDCP’s Cine Lokal theaters in SM starting December 7.

The Signs tells the story of Tony Hughes whose famous meteorologist father died while researching about typhoons. He discovers a manuscript predicting a series of signs that lead into a catastrophe—the mother of all typhoons. As the signs of the super typhoon unfold, he is responsible for ensuring his town’s safety. He discovers another threat that is much worse than the previous signs.


“I’ve always wanted to make a natural disaster film. Given the fact that we live in a country where floods, storms and earthquakes are part of our normal lives in the Philippines, it is time to inform and educate young people using the power of entertainment,” said The Signs film director/writer/producer/director of photography John Stephen Baltazar.















The disaster film stars promising actors and actresses, including Michael Kumar, Anna Reyes, Andrew Torres, and Enzo Ferrari Arciaga.

The Signs opens on December 7, 2018 in Cine Lokal’s seven (7) SM Cinemas: SM Manila, SM Southmall, SM Bacoor, SM Sta. Mesa, SM North Edsa, SM Fairview, and SM Megamall at 1:00 PM, 3:30 PM, 6:00 PM, and 8:30 PM. 

Tickets are at P150. 

Pinoy Broadcast Executives Tampok sa Singapore Leaders' Summit


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Ang mga executives mula sa pinakamalalaking networks sa Pilipinas ay magsasama-sama para magbahagi ng kanilang insights sa media at entertainment industry ng bansa sa Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF) Leaders’ Summit. Ang nasabing event na may theme na “The Next New,” ay tututok sa pagtuklas ng latest trends at tutugunan ang mga creative challenges sa entertainment content industry ng Asya.

Tampok sa nasabing panel sina Carlo Katigbak, Chief Executive Officer ng ABS-CBN Corporation, Guido Xavier Zaballero, Chief Marketing Officer ng Cignal TV, Inc., at Vincent “Chot” Reyes, President and Chief Executive Officer ng TV5 Network, Incorporated. Ang Leaders' Summit ay parte ng ATF at Singapore Media Festival (SMF) kung saan ang Pilipinas ang Country of Focus ngayong taon sa ilalim ng leadership ng Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP). 

“We're proud that the Leaders' Summit will highlight a panel focusing on Philippine entertainment content with no less than the big bosses of our country's most influential networks as panelists. Film and TV are inevitably entwined in the same industry and we're grateful that Singapore recognizes the important role of the Philippines in the development of the whole region content-wise. This comes at a great time especially now that for film particularly, we are celebrating the One Hundred Years,” (“Ipinagmamalaki namin na ang highlight sa Leaders' Summit ay ang panel na nakatuon sa Philippine entertainment content, na binubuo ng mga big boss mula sa most influential networks ng ating bansa. Ang telebisyon at pelikula ay entwined sa iisang industriya at kami ay nagpapasalamat na kinikilala ng Singapore ang mahalagang papel ng Pilipinas sa development ng buong region, content-wise. Dumating ito sa napakagandang pagkakataon kung saan ipinagdiriwang rin natin ang Sandaang Taon ng Pelikulang Pilipino,” sabi ni FDCP Chairperson and CEO Liza Diño.

Bukod sa Leaders' Summit sa ATF, ang FDCP ay magdadala ng 30 companies na binubuo ng film at content producers, buyers, distributors, animation companies, at service providers upang lumahok sa iba’t-ibang activities at gumawa ng collaborations para sa future projects. 

Ang SMF ay ang leading international media event ng Southeast Asia na hosted ng Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). Ito ay isang pagdiriwang ng Asian storytelling na layuning pagsamahin ang creative at media professionals at ipakita ang pinakamahuhusay na talento, trend, at content ng region, kabilang na ang telebisyon, pelikula, at digital media.

Ang ATF Leaders' Summit ay gaganapin sa December 4, 2018 mula 2:50 PM hanggang 3:15 PM (14:50 to 15:15) sa Level 4, Roselle Ballroom sa Marina Bay Sands.

Ang Singapore Media Festival ay nagsimula na noong November 28 at tatakbo hanggang December 9, 2018.
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