UST student film series ongoing online
ENTRIES from this year’s Sine Reel, the longest-running student film festival in the country, are now streaming for free on iWantTFC. The film festival features 14 short films made by members of University of Santo Tomas’ Communication Arts Students’ Association. The iWantTFC app is available for iOs and Android, or on iwanttfc.com. Viewers can also watch the films on a bigger screen through select devices on VEWD, ROKU streaming devices, Android TV, select Samsung Smart TV models, Telstra TV for global users, and VIDAA for select countries. iWantTFC is also available via Chromecast and Airplay.
Reality shows part of hayu’s summer offerings
SHOWING on hayu this month are a number of reality shows. Fifteen chefs and restaurant owners representing a cross section of kitchens and food around the US vie for the title of Top Chef. Viewers can get inspired on how to host the perfect party through Overserved with Lisa Vanderepump, where parties with celebrity guests include cocktails, games, and feasts. Meanwhile, Made in Chelsea follows the lives of affluent young people in London. And of course, there’s the 20th and final season of Keeping up with the Kardashians. Sign up via hayu.com to a weekly plan for P49, or a monthly plan of P149 with a free trial of seven days, or get a hayu prepaid pass.
Netflix premieres season 2 of Girl From Nowhere in May
NETFLIX, in partnership with GMM Studios International, announced that the global premiere of Girl From Nowhere Season 2 will be on May 7. Girl From Nowhere, which enjoyed success in Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia, is a fantasy thriller centered around Nanno, an unconventional teenager who moves to different schools to serve her own brand of vigilante justice. In Season 2, Nanno tackles even bigger social injustices that take her beyond school grounds. Girl From Nowhere Season 2 will be exclusively available on Netflix.
The Sound of Magic, Move To Heaven show on Netflix
COMING to Netflix soon are two of its original series, one based on a popular webtoon, the other based on an essay. The Sound of Magic, based on the popular webtoon Annarasumanara, is a drama about Yoon Ah-yi, a girl who had to grow up too fast, and Rieul, a mysterious magician who wants to remain as a kid. The Sound of Magic will be released in over 190 countries on Netflix. Meanwhile, the heartwarming Move to Heaven revolves around a young man with Asperger’s syndrome and his guardian who both work as “trauma cleaners,” a group of people who clear out the possessions of the deceased and uncover stories that are left behind. The show, which comes to Netflix on May 14, is based on a nonfiction essay Things Left Behind by Kim Sae-byul who was one of the first trauma cleaners in Korea.
DJ Regard releases new single ‘You’
KOSOVAN DJ and producer Regard has released his new single, “You,” in collaboration with Australian singer Troye Sivan and Canadian singer Tate McRae. The 1980s-inspired anthem flirts between Mr. Sivan and Ms. McRae’s ethereal and confessional lyricism. Listen to “You” on https://lnk.to/RegardTroyeTateYou.