BUM, the 2014 Global Brand Awardee as Number One Teen Fashion Apparel is supported well by its five teen-celebrity endorsers from two of the country’s leading television networks’ artists—Kapuso and Kapamilya via its latest collection #BUMBlackRevelry.
In time for the Holidays, the said collection maybe dubbed as fierce and is one in celebrating the festivities for the upcoming season; making the teens’ choice of color—black as fashionably beautiful and sensibly radical; as it symbolizes ‘revelry’ on different levels. It is daring but appealing to most of the youth today who are also known to be as the Millennials.
#BUMBlackRevelry is unpredictably exciting in its styles and designs, which are well-loved by the brand’s teen-celebrity ambassadors—the NLex tandem of Nash Aguas and Alexa Ilacad, Ella Cruz, and the BiGuel tandem of Bianca Umali and Miguel Tanfelix. Each of the pieces in the said collection resonates with the traits of the teen-celebrity ambassadors, who belong to the Generation Y-ers.
Also, the latest Holiday collection best represents how the youth of today perceives, acts or moves and even expresses their thoughts about fashion and all. What’s noticeable in this collection is the camouflage accents on shirts, jackets and pants; redefining the fabric with a mottled design usually comes in shades of green and brown.
Camouflage accents in the latest #BUMBlackRevelry is quite a reflection of how today’s generation can easily embrace the changes in society particularly in fashion.
On Friday, the 13th of November, the residents of Fairview as well as the Alden die-hard fans and the AlDub fanatics had a great treat when the #PambansangBae made his way to have a rare appearance to promote his self-titled album at SM Fairview’s Cinema 9.
Richards’s were all screaming as he sang two songs including the popular song, which became the theme song of Eat Bulaga’s ‘Kalyeserye’ segment—‘God Gave Me You’. The said song was originally sung by Grammy award-winning American country singer Bryan White, which had its second wind of success when Alden sang this as part of the split-screen romance with dubsmash queen Maine ‘Yaya Dub’ Mendoza on national television and trended not just locally on social media, but internationally as well.
Despite the absence of his TV partner, the supporters overflowed and went wild as soon as he came out. Most of them came not just in the area, but even the farthest place in Laguna and other provinces just to support this charmer and the title holders of Ginoong Sta Rosa 2009 and Ginoong Laguna 2010, respectvely. Also prior to joining showbiz, he auditioned for Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash of 2010 but failed to make it to the cut on the said reality show.
In 2014, the TV series produced by GMA News and Public Affairs titled ‘Ilustrado’ which he was the lead and played the coveted role of Filipino national hero—Jose Rizal and earned him the Best Drama Actor are the recently concluded 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television.
Today, Richards is one of Boardwalk’s ambassadors and helps his designer-friend Avel Bacudio’s advocacy for the blind. Together they launched the Alden Richards Edition (AldenxAvelxAdvocacy… AAA).
The newest ToFarm Film Festival spearheaded by Universal Harvesters Incorporated promises to be the most exciting and unique festival that would create great interest for film enthusiast, farmers and the public. ToFarm was launched in July this year with international and master TV and film director—Maryo J. delos Reyes as the festival director.
Here are five reasons why this film festival must not be set aside and must be supported or patronized. Deadline for submission of entries on Monday, November 16, 6pm.
Bigger Seed Money.
Despite its infancy, ToFarm Festival, promises to provide a bigger seed money for aspiring, startup, and professional filmmakers who would want to create beautiful movies for Filipinos and the global audience to see and appreciate.
The six winning screenplays are allotted Php1.5 million as seed money for their dream film projects that advocate agriculture, farming and related interest.
Longer Preparation in Filming.
Since the entries are being chosen now and will be announced in January. Six winners can start filming immediately; the filmmakers will definitely have ample time in preparation for its exhibition in July 2016.
The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), a government agency under the Office of the President is endorsing the ToFarm Film Festival.
Since the said agency ensures the economic, cultural and educational aspects of film, FDCP endorses the newest film festival. Also, according to its Chairman, Briccio G. Santos, “We have to concentrate on local content prior to aiming for international release. We have to maximize the market since its concept is unique.”
The theme of the festival this year is ‘The Plight of the Farmer: His Trials and Triumphs’.
The film festival is unique since it highlights the least favored industry in the country—Agriculture.
Dr. Milagros How, the Executive Vice President of Universal Harvesters Incorporated and ToFarm Chief advocate is also the main proponent of this said undertaking that promotes the alleviation of the lives and dignity of the farmers.
Has More Venues to Explore in Showcasing Creativity
The festival is one that filmmakers must support and patronize since it welcomes the brightest ideas and are willing to be partners in putting the farmers on center stage. Though films may not necessarily limit to having farmers as its subjects—it only requires filmmakers to use agriculture as an overarching theme for its storytelling.
Apart from screenlays, there are also other categories that creative people can join like the informercial and photo contest.