Asiong Salonga 1961

In the later part of the 40s and early part of the 50s, the name Asiong Salonga brought fears and chills to the residents of Tondo and its environs. Salonga, a dreaded and notorious gang leader, and the likes of Totoy Golem, Toothpick, Boy Zapanta and other toughies that time, Tondo became a bloodbath of gangland violence.

Salonga 1978

Official entry to the first Metro Manila Film Festival in 1978 directed by Romy Suzara and starred Rudy Fernandez, George Estregan, Trixia Gomez, Ruel Vernal, Raul Aragon, Dencio Padilla, Amy Austria, Rodolfo 'Boy' Garcia, Jose Romulo, and Veronica Jones

C'est Salonique 1981

"During the invitation to a film festival in Thessaloniki, Greece, where I presented the Cinématon and my feature film Blue Heart (which won a prize), I filmed the daily life of the city. The seafront, the university and the city where I was staying."

Lea Salonga: The Broadway Concert

Lea Salonga, the Filipino star who conquered Broadway in "Miss Saigon," returns to Manila for a live concert of songs from the Great White Way. The Tony winner performs "I've Never Been in Love Before" from "Guys and Dolls," "I Can See It" from "The Fantasticks" and "Too Much for One Heart" from "Miss Saigon." Salonga also performs a medley of Andrew Lloyd Webber hits, as well as tunes from "A Chorus Line," "Crazy for You," "Company" and more.

Nora's Hair Salon 3: Shear Disaster

Delicious (T. Ashanti Mozelle) is in charge of maintaining Nora s legacy and tradition by running & managing the shop. The dysfunctional group of hairstylists consisting of Janelle, Nina, Xenobia, Tashina, and manicurists Ming and Ling are still up to their old antics! One day, reality show producer Charles (Miguel Nuñez) enters the shop. Captivated by the goings-on inside, he proposes that Nora s Hair Salon have its own show. Immediately, the salon crew signs on with hopes of money and fame, but they get more than they bargained for when they learn that Charles has ulterior motives. Now, the crew must come together to see that this reality tape never sees the light of day