The long wait is over. After its huge success at the 3rd QCinema International Film Festival—where it won Best Picture—and after reaping acclaim at international filmfests in Europe, the US, and Asia, the movie “Apocalypse Child” screens in commercial theatres nationwide beginning October 26.
Jesuit school Ateneo de Davao University will hold its first-ever lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders Pride Week to promote gender sensitivity and rights.
The state-owned Davao del Norte State College here will start to operate an extension school in Barangay Sto. Niño in Talaingod, Davao del Norte on September 26 after the Commission on Higher Education XI granted approval to offer Diploma in Agriculture Technology.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar together with Presidential spokesperson Sec. Ernesto Abella and Director Mendoza launched a series of anti-drug campaign advertisement here on Friday, August 2, at the Royal Mandaya Hotel to show the effects of drugs to any individual.
The National Commission for Culture and the Arts announced that Mindanao got the biggest chunk of the 2017 NCCA national budget for arts and culture projects.
Thousands of residents, local and foreign tourists gathered in the streets of Davao City during the finale of the week-long Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival to witness the parade of 32 floral floats featuring different variety of fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Inna Maristela Cassandra Garcia, 22, of the Bagobo K’lata tribe won as the Hiyas ng Kidayawan 2016 on Friday night, August 19.
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The second day of the week-long Kadayawan sa Dabaw festival celebration highlighted the culture of the indigenous peoples in the opening of the “Tribuhanong Pasundayag” (cultural show) on Tuesday, August 16.
Leo Yosores, 33 years old, a native of Bacolod, Negros Occidental has been bringing the famous masks of the Masskara Festival here every Kadayawan Festival for five years now. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)