PR: REDFOX Sinks Its Teeth into Philippine Cinema History

Written by Alex Neri

December 28, 2011

REDFOX at FAMAS awards image picture

REDFOX at FAMAS awards image picture

The bright lights, drum rolls, and trophies – those aren’t only for actors. Last December 10, 2011, at the National Commission for Culture and Arts in Intramuros, REDFOX became a part of the rich local showbiz tradition as it was among the many sponsors of the 59th Film Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards.

REDFOX had the privilege of watching big names like Albert Martinez, John Lloyd Cruz, and Nora Aunor make their way onstage to receive their awards and say a few words. Making the night more memorable for REDFOX was its acknowledgment during the event’s closing ceremony.

REDFOX Representatives at FAMAS awards image picture

It may have been a long and tiring evening, but it did not matter to REDFOX. By sponsoring this year’s FAMAS, REDFOX got the chance to witness every showbiz icon’s crowning glory. But more importantly, even just for one night, REDFOX had the honor of sinking its teeth into Philippine cinema history.

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