Joseph “Erap” Estrada, a Filipino actor that has produced over 70 films and acted lead roles in more than 80 films. He was a former president of the Philippines and currently the Mayor of Manila, an incumbent since June 30, 2013. He attended Ateneo de Manila University for his primary education and entered Mapua Institue of Technology for his latter academic pursuits. Joseph “Erap” Ejercito Estrada, founder of the Movie Workers Welfare Foundation, Inc. commonly known as Mowelfund, a non-profit social welfare and industry development foundation that was established in 1974.
Ma. Azucena Vera-Perez Maceda, commonly known as Marichu Maceda and widely called as Manay Ichu by her colleagues in the film industry. The Film Development Council of the Philippines honored Maria Azucena Vera-Perez Maceda through its event ‘A Spotlight on Mothers of Philippine Cinema’ held on June 9, 2018 at the Cinematheque Centre Manila.
Boots Anson Roa-Rodrigo, a multi-awarded Movie and Television personality, has maximized her potentials through education, media and public service. A product of the University of the Philippines Speech and Drama Department, she has pursued various courses in developmental programs, journalism, public and media relations and film and television productions locally and in the U.S. (Georgetown University), Netherlands (Hilversum Television), France and Italy.
Edgardo De Jesus Vinarao, aka “Boy” Vinarao, a product of Mapua Institute of Technology, has been in the film industry since 1975. He started as a Film Editor - made more than 300 local and foreign movies. In 1993, he was given an opportunity to direct a film that started his career as a film director.
Fr. Larry Faraon has been in the preaching ministry for the past 36 years and his preaching style is both didactically humorous and witty. He broadcasts in Crossover FM Radio 105.1 a daily gospel program “Sounds of the Soul” (crossover.com.ph) and a live show at Radio Veritas (846 AM) titled, “Healing Touch” every Sunday evening, and writes a column in The Daily Tribune Philippines, “Tablets of Stone” on Sundays. He officiates mass on television over at NBN 4.
Res Septimo Cortez or commonly known as Rez Cortez, is a Filipino actor and assistant director. He made his film debut in 1976 in the movie Insiang, also known for his roles in movies such as Baby Tsinga in 1984 and Bwakaw in 2012. He studied at University of the East majored in BS Electronic and Communication Engineering.
Jaime Baltazar is the managing director and president of CMB Film Services, Inc. He started to manage the company in 1994, after he took the position and authority from his parents. CMB Film Services, Inc. is considered as one of the leading equipment rental and technical services that provides to major Television Networks and TV commercial production houses. He begun to expand the business by building up its equipment inventory and developing its freelance crew for both the lighting and camera department.
Regina Eigenmann also known as Gina alajar is a Filipino film and television actress, she also direct television programs. She has been a critically acclaimed actress that has appeared in several films such as Bayan Ko, Brutal, Salome and Mulanay. She was part of the StarStruck Season 5 in 2010 as a mentor of the program show. During 1997 to 2009, she mostly appeared and taken roles on GMA soap operas. Her recent work as an actress, starred in the daytime drama “Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka” in 2018.
Roderick Vera is the first lawyer to successfully defend an Internet Domain (.ph) Dispute before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) for a Philippine domain. He also successfully reacquired control and ownership of copyrights of popular bands against a multinational record company. He achieved successful registrations on difficult trademarks despite initial opposition by competent authorities. Drafted and reviewed technology transfer and licensing contracts.