Non-Journal Articles: Magazines & Supplements

This section comprises articles published in magazines and supplements. (Note – Jario Scenario used to be listed in a category titled Experimental Cinema of the Philippines Publications; the latter now has its own landing page.) Click here to return to the Articles landing page, and here for articles published in National Midweek, and on any of the following to jump beyond Conjuncture:

Conjuncture [ISSN 0119-9358; defunct]

“Bad Takes for the Film Industry.” Conjuncture (February-March 1988): 8.

“The Curse of Good Intentions.” 1987 Metro Manila Film Festival evaluation. Anthologized as “Metro Manila Film Festival 1987” in Millennial Traversals. Conjuncture (January 1988): 8, 6.

The FilAm: Newsmagazine Serving Filipino Americans in New York [No ISSN]

“Sheila Coronel: The Political Is Personal.” Review of “Marcos and Memory: The Past in our Future,” Writers Union of the Philippines’s Adrian E. Cristobal lecture.The FilAm 51 (May 2022): 4.

“The Marcos Dictatorship and the Irreparable Damage to a Family, the Filipino Experience.” Book review of Subversive Lives: A Family Memoir of the Marcos Years, by Susan F. Quimpo & Nathan Gilbert Quimpo. The FilAm (September 18, 2012). The FilAm 47 (January 2022): 14.

“FACINE: The Longest-Running FilAm Film Festival at Nearly 3 Decades.” The FilAm 46 (December 2021): 14.

“Macho Dancing Goes Virtual in Joel Lamangan’s Lockdown.” Film review of Lockdown, dir. Joel C. Lamangan. The FilAm 45 (November 2021): 13.

“Writer, Director, Critic Nestor U. Torre, 78.” Tribute to Nestor U. Torre. The FilAm 39 (May 2021): 9.

The Marcos Dictatorship and the Irreparable Damage to a Family.” Book review of Subversive Lives: A Family Memoir of the Marcos Years, by Susan F. Quimpo & Nathan Gilbert Quimpo. The FilAm (September 18, 2012). The FilAm 30 (August 2020): 8.

Peque’s Rage: A Retelling.” Tribute to Peque Gallaga. The FilAm 28 (June 2020): 17.

Barretto Sisters: The Privilege of Behaving Badly.” The FilAm 22 (December 2019): 6.

High Five for Ninotchka Rosca’s Gang of 5.” Book review of Gang of 5: Tales, Cuentos, Sanaysay ([Los Angeles]: Mariposa Center [for Change], 2012). The FilAm 3 (May 2018): 6.

Jario Scenario [No ISSN; defunct]

“An Everyday Tragedy.” Jario Scenario (September 1983): 3, 6.

Repression and Rebellion.” Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Film review of Pedro Tunasan, dir. Celso Ad. Castillo. Jario Scenario (September 1983): 4.

Big Hopes for Short Films.” Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. The First Experimental Cinema of the Philippines Annual Short Film Festival (November 16-21, 1982): 28-31.

New Day [ISSN 0116-3019; defunct]

“School Lures Film Buffs to Pioneer UP Course.” New Day (November 10, 1986): 13.

“Where Have All Horror Films Gone?” Survey of Filipino horror films. New Day (November 3, 1986): 13. Anthologized as “Where Has All the Horror Gone?” in The National Pastime 50-52.

“The Business of Pleasure in ’Gapo.” Interpretive report on Olongapo City. New Day (October 27, 1986): 13-14.

“Triumph of 16mm. Film.” “Fantalk” column, film review of Damortis, dir. Briccio Santos. New Day (October 20, 1986): 13. Anthologized as “Triumph in 16mm.” in The National Pastime 71-74.

Underground, in the Heat of the Night.” Interpretive report on Filipino pornographic komiks. New Day (October 13, 1986): 17. Anthologized in The National Pastime 154-57.

The Fantasy World of Rey de la Cruz.” Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Interview. New Day (October 6, 1986): 12, 14.

“A Film Writer’s Experience.” Interview with Ricardo Lee. New Day (September 29, 1986): 13.

“Mike de Leon at His Best in Bilanggo sa Dilim.” Film review of Bilanggo sa Dilim, dir. Mike de Leon. New Day (September 22, 1986): 13. Includes sidebar “Mike de Leon Filmography” 13. Anthologized as “Return to Form” in The National Pastime 35-37 and in The Urian Anthology 1980-1989, ed. Nicanor G. Tiongson (Manila: Tuviera, 2001) 256-59.

Censorship and Other Compromises.” New Day (September 15, 1986): 13. Anthologized in The National Pastime 40-41.

Parade [No ISSN; defunct]

Star-Crossed.” Film review of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, dir. Robert Wise. Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Parade (June 15, 1980): 20.

“Second Thoughts on Kramer vs. Kramer.” Film review of Kramer vs. Kramer, dir. Robert Benton. Originally titled “Kramer vs. Women” and anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Parade [Sunday supplement of Times Journal] (June 8, 1980): 5.

Who [ISSN 1655-5570; defunct]

Cinemasex.” Survey of Filipino sex films. Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Who (August 25, 1982): 20-22.

Waiting for Godard.” Film review of Batch ’81, dir. Mike de Leon. Who (June 16, 1982): 19-20. Anthologized in The National Pastime 32-34.

How to Become a Film Critic.” “The Arts” feature. Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Who (November 28, 1981): 27-29. Original of “Our Critical Condition,” The Review (September 1981): 41-44.

Oversimplifying Class Conflicts.” “The Arts” film review of Burgis, dir. Lino Brocka. Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Who (August 1, 1981): 16.

Manila by Night under the Knife: Those Scissors-Happy Censors Don’t Know What They’ve Missed.” Who (February 21, 1981): 28-29.

“Cartooning in the Philippines: A Win, Lose, and Draw Proposition.” Anthologized as “Cartooning in the Philippines” in Millennial Traversals. Who (May 17, 1980): 27-29.

A Clockwork Yellow.” “The Arts” feature, film review of The China Syndrome, dir. James Bridges. Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. Who (February 22, 1980): 24-25, 42.

The World According to Aguila.” “Entertainment” feature, film review of Aguila, dir. Eddie Romero. Who (February 2, 1980): 44-46. Anthologized in The National Pastime: Contemporary Philippine Cinema (Mandaluyong City: Anvil, 1990) 20-23 and in The Urian Anthology 1980-1989, ed. Nicanor G. Tiongson (Quezon City: Tuviera, 2001) 142-45.

“A Festival to Forget.” “The Arts” feature, omnibus film review of 1979 Metro Manila Film Festival entries. Anthologized as “Metro Manila Film Festival 1979” in Millennial Traversals. Who (January 19, 1980): 40, 42.

“Rumpus at the International School.” “Campus” feature. Who (January 19, 1980): 1, 7. Original published as “At the International School: A Striking Story,” Philippine Collegian (January 23, 1980): 1, 7.

“Malou Mangahas: Child of the Seventies.” “Campus” feature. Who [Who? renamed] (January 5, 1980): 32-33, 35.

Valiant Try.” Film review of Aliw, dir. Ishmael Bernal. Who? (submitted November 1979): unpub.

“A New Twist to an Old Game.” “Common People” section. Who? (May 20, 1978): 6-7.

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