Rogue - November 2016
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Forty years after their first interview, CHARO SANTOS CONCIO talks to screenwriter RICKY LEE about her four-decade journey in pictures, working under Lav Diaz's "rock and roll" style of moviemaking, and what the actress tells people whenever she's asked what's next: "I'm sorry but I don't obsess about my future." Rogue's CINEMA ISSUE 2016 is here, with the exclusive story on the charade that was the BARON GEISLER VS KIKO MATOS rift, and the making of the film that documented it; Laurel Fantauzzo, in an excerpt from her upcoming book, reports on the murder of film critics ALEXIS TIOSECO and NIKA BOHINC, painting a portrait of the first suspect and the disheartening investigation on the case. We talk to CARMI, HILDA, CHANDA, GINA et al about the making of ISHMAEL BERNAL'S 1984 comedy classic, Working Girls; CHRIS MARTINEZ shares three scenes from Babae Sa Septic Tank 2, the return of "EUGENE DOMINGO as Eugene Domingo." Elsewhere in the issue: an interview with Du30 appointee FDCP chair LIZA DIñO, behind the scenes with debuting filmmaker SAMANTHA LEE (CinemaOne Original's Baka Bukas); BERNARDO BERNARDO writes about making Manila By Night, and Dwight Gaston on stripping down for Peque Gallaga. All these and more on Rogue's Cinema Issue 2016.
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