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GMA-7’s Philippine National Anthem Video World Premiere

GMA Network marks another milestone as it debuts the cinematic version of the Philippine national anthem featuring the brightest Kapuso stars.

This new theatrical version retells Philippine History through a succession of carefully-crafted and awe-inspiring reenactments of historical events from Lapu-Lapu’s victory over Magellan’s troops in the Battle of Mactan to the Filipinos’ peaceful revolt in pursuit of democracy in the 1986 People Power Revolution at EDSA.

The new version, which was conceived from the strengthened corporate partnership between GMA Network and SM Cinemas, advances the narration of Philippine history from the standard versions released before.

This project was done in close coordination with the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, who recognized the Network’s efforts to instill nationalism and patriotism among the Filipino people.

Shot wholly in high-definition (HD) digital video technology, the national anthem is slated to roll on the big screens of SM across the country. It will also be a part of GMA’s sign-on and sign-off messages marking the beginning and end of each day’s broadcast.

The video had its world premiere minutes ago at the opening of Party Pilipinas.

Watch the video here:

1 Comment on GMA-7’s Philippine National Anthem Video World Premiere

  1. Here in U.S. we called forefathers whom seek Freedom. when other outside country
    trying to take their own nation. They fought and gave them their blood for the sake of this country and came out victorious, why? the country fought as one.

    Filipino’s learn from these country. You us Politician’s give your country men you’re six year of service. You have already have wealth, admitted or not, you know you are not being fair sharing and contributions of what your nations need.
    Someday, a judgement will come and you know you are guilty and will pay morality, humanity and spirituality.

    A poor man will once come again and be the purest knight of you’re nation and the filipinos forefathers will walk behind him.

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