Director Derek Cianfrance

“I refused to shoot this on a stage with a big screen, and so we all embraced our discomfort.” Director Derek Cianfrance takes us behind the shot of a scene from the second episode of #IKnowThisMuchIsTrue. 

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Director Derek Cianfrance

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BREAKING: House franchise committee votes to deny new franchise to ABS-CBN #ABSCBNfranchise 

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[FROM THE ARCHIVES: December 04, 2019] President Rodrigo Duterte: “Your franchise will end next year. If you are expecting that it will be renewed, I’m sorry. You’re out. I will see to it that you’re out.” | @JMAurelioINQ  @Inq_Researchers 

NOW: ABS-CBN President and CEO Carlo Katigbak delivers statement on the franchise denial #ABSCBNfranchise  WATCH:

Hong Kong to suspend all schools due to spike in coronavirus cases

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Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on ABS-CBN’s failed franchise renewal bid: “I am deeply saddened by this episode in the history of our nation. It is reminiscent of the dark pages in the history of Philippine press in 1972.” | via @_katrinadomingo 

Sen. Risa Hontiveros: It's unfortunate that gov't has allowed politicking to play a part in what should be a regular, normal process of franchise renewal. This is a dangerous precedent in our country; it seeks to create a chilling effect on media practitioners.

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Himachal Pradesh: Tibetan Youth Congress protest against China in Dharmashala; its president Gonpo Dhundup says, "Today, all of our chapters across the globe are organising protests against China. We call upon people to boycott products made in China."

Hontiveros: "While Filipinos are struggling with an unprecedented public health crisis brought by COVID-19, we have limited their access to life-saving information through the closure of a major media network that services at least 69 million Filipinos. " | via @_katrinadomingo 

Bolivia's interim president Jeanine Añez has become the third Latin American leader to test positive for the coronavirus, as several members of her cabinet also confirmed infections.

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