iWantTFC is putting the spotlight on women empowerment to celebrate Women’s Month with a special selection of movies and series that are streaming for free this March.
In the special selection titled “In Celebration of International Women’s Day,” viewers can follow the inspiring journeys of how the strong female characters played by Cherry Pie Picache, Angel Aquino, Lovi Poe, and Janine Gutierrez exemplify their womanhood, grit, selflessness, and resiliency by streaming their series such as “Call Me Tita” and “Sleep with Me,” and movies “Glorious” and “Malaya.”
Some of the most remarkable performances of stellar actresses Bea Alonzo, Angelica Panganiban, Bela Padilla, and Angel Locsin are also featured in the “Queens of Philippine Movies” selection. Learn how to mend a broken heart or how to be independent in love by streaming “The Unmarried Wife,” “One More Chance,” “Camp Sawi,” and “Unofficially Yours,” among others.
Additionally, the “Movies by Female Directors” collection highlights the acclaimed work of the likes of Olivia Lamasan, Antoinette Jadaone, Mae Cruz-Alviar, and Cathy Garcia-Molina. Among their well-loved movies available on iWantTFC are “Milan,” “That Thing Called Tadhana,” “She’s The One,” and “Hello, Love, Goodbye.”
Choose from the full list of movies and series this Women’s Month and stream them all for free in the Philippines on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) and website (iwanttfc.com).
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