The uproar surrounding the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) shows no sign of letting up in the media—
traditional and social.
An online report mistakenly claimed that Ricky Lee, who had earlier resigned from the fest’s executive committee, wrote a script that didn’t land one of the four slots in the first round of the selection process.
Lee denied the story that had misquoted MMFF executive committee member and spokesperson Noel Ferrer. According to the erroneous article, Ferrer said that the award-winning screenwriter had submitted scripts for consideration in the screenplay round.
To be accurate, Ferrer said that a movie based on a script that Lee had written…
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