Zafer El Abden
She put her life in his hands. Unfortunately, his hands have a life of their own. A wry comedy about the fickle nature of love
My Grandfather’s People
My Grandfather’s People tells the story of a ten year old boy and his grandfather living in a small town via the great transformation experienced by a family and a nation.
Four socialites – Lizzie, Danielle, Margaux and Claudia face the biggest problem of their lives as their favorite hangout place, The Polo Club which reminds them of all the memories of their “firsts” in life – including their first kisses and love affairs – is in danger of being torn down and replaced with a mall that is not so much for the rich and famous: in other words, not a “sosy” mall. The “sosy” ladies will do everything they can in order to stop the Polo Club owners from pursuing their plans and they will risk everything—even their poise and glamour—to achieve their goal.
When he finds a shark that can travel on land residing in his home, an ex-cop enlists the help of a grizzled former real estate agent, and an eccentric "house shark" expert to kill the beast.
My Kontrabida Girl
An actress playing a villainous role in a soap opera loses her rogue personality after encountering a near death accident. To renew herself and get back into acting again she has to find the person who hurt her the most.
For the eve of Valentine's Day, Enam Chowdhury goes shopping with his friend Shahana to buy gifts for her wife, Maliha. Suddenly, an unknown person calls Enam and confirms that Maliha has been kidnapped and demands ransom at the earliest. Maliha is struggling to survive this horrific situation, while Enam frantically tries to find the ransom. What will happen in the end?
Near the end of the 19th century, 35-year-old José Rizal turned into the Philippines’ most beloved hero when he was martyred by the Spanish colonial government at Bagumbayan. He died an extraordinary man of his times: renowned novelist, poet, ophthalmologist, journalist, and linguist. But behind these achievements, there remained the story of a man every Filipino can relate and connect to. Like today’s overseas Filipino, Rizal needed to leave his family to fulfill his studies and career abroad, suffering from homesickness, and enduring a long-distance relationship with the woman he loved most. He was also the best example of the Filipino who came back home and used the knowledge and skills he learned abroad to help improve the lives of his family and countrymen.