Discourses on Conflict Women: Surfacing the Women in Marawi in News-mediated “Development as Discourse” || Ma. Theresa Angelina Q. Tabada

Abstract Like myths in folklore, “development as discourse” constructs women. I argue that these representations of women, particularly in seven selected online articles produced by news media and development institutions about the recovery of Marawi City in the...

Alternative Modes of Distribution and Exhibition: Cebuano Cinema from the Perspective of Cebuano Filmmakers || Marie Rose Arong and Jeneth Borlasa

Abstract Although historically detached from the films of the so-called golden ages of Cebuano cinema in the 1950s and the 1970s, a new breed of Cebuano filmmakers have emerged in the 21st century. Through a series of interviews with Cebuano filmmakers, this article...