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Copy of Modern Philippine Drama

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Modern Philippine Drama
By: Oliver Caliva

The cinema or motion picture
is one of the most popular form of art and entertainment in the Philippines. Millions of people go to the movies and many more watch movies on the television every week. TV networks use picture techniques to film many of the programs that appear on the television each week. Philippine motion picture is also source of information as well as of entertainment. It can introduce us to new ideas and help us explore serious social issues. Students, industries and our government uses it for educational, to advertise their products and to inform and influence the Filipino and people from other countries. It is an art form that has been called “a wild combination of art, culture, commerce, and technology.” The film extensively makes use of sound and light. It has its intellectual, imaginative, and technical aspects.
The most popular subject for these plays was the lovers' double suicide Kabuki Drama The most popular form of traditional Japanese Drama Originated at the end of the 16 th century, it is much more extravagant than the Noh plays Focuses on the visual aspects of theater, heavy makeup, exaggerated acting, and special effects.
Kabuki Drama
Noh Plays
The oldest Japanese drama. Developed in the 1300s, it reached its present form in the 1600s. They are poetic treatments of history, legends, love and war stories, influenced by Buddhism and Shintoism. Shorter than Western plays and undramatic. Preformed by masked actors. 2 types: the dramatic and dream Noh Dream Noh is rich in symbolic and poetic beauty Although roughly 1000 plays were written, only about 250 plays are used today. Hagoromo is one of the most performed Noh plays
Joruri Plays A puppet drama
The puppets are extremely complex. The puppeteers are often visible on stage. Founded 1864 in Osaka. The puppets height range from 2 ½ to 4 feet tall. The mouth, tongue, eyelids, etc. can be manipulated and some can even transform into a demon's face.
Japenese Drama
WORLD WAR II and Philippine Movies
The war temporarily crippled the movie industry. The Japanese imposed censorship and introduced propaganda. Many famous actors and actresses went to the stage.
The modern Philippine drama/stage play
was rejuvenated upon the establishment of the Repertory Philippines in June of 1967 which was founded by Zeneida “Bibot” Amador and Baby Barredo. Repertory Philippines - In its 30years of existence it has become the country’s leading theater company, keeping abreast of new materials and demanding outstanding performance from its extraordinary talents.
The Modern Play. Colloquial dialects are allowed instead of Mandarin.
Vun Pan Shi
The oldest form, focuses on patriotism and filial devotion. Music and action are meant to play on the audience's emotion.
Sin Pan Shi
Sin Pan Shi This play presents civil and military condidtions. It differs from the Vun Pan Shi in the manner of singing certain roles and in the acting.
Chinese Drama
Vun Min Shi
The Modern Play. Colloquial dialects are allowed instead of Mandarin.
Vun Pan Shi
The oldest form, focuses on patriotism and filial devotion. Music and action are meant to play on the audience's emotion.
Sin Pan Shi
Sin Pan Shi This play presents civil and military condidtions. It differs from the Vun Pan Shi in the manner of singing certain roles and in the acting.
Chinese Drama
Vun Min Shi
Present Movie Development
Local movies have been gradually improving. The slow pace for Philippine movie development is caused by factors like: Limited market for local movies Lack of funding Inadequate equipment and facilities But Philippine movies can compare with other Asian productions in terms of quality.
Salamat po sa pakikinig....

GODBLESS US AL!!!
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