For many people, the Cultural Center of te Philippines i an
intimidating place. But on one day of each year, the general
public is allowed to see what goes on inside its doors, in
fact not only inside, as roughly one hundred and twenty
groups consisting of over three hundred performers, take
every available space in all its theaters and its surrounding
it is the biggest cultural show in the Philippines and Hazel
Andrea-Stuart had daunting task of making one-hour of an
event that started 7Am and finished at 8PM! But thanks to
Emily Abrera, chairman of CCP Board, who gave Hazel a private
box opposite to the stage in the main theater, Hazel was able
to film some of the risident companies, and achieve her
ambition of filming the world-famous Madrigal Singers.
This film has its focus on The International River Summit held in Iloilo City. With special contributions from Dr. Jessica Salas, Hazel Andrea-Stuart takes you on a journey around the world to examine the effects of our destruction of the planet and we meet many of the endangered areas and animals.
The environmentalist Tony Oposa is a man with passion. he is trying to save The Visayan Sea. Join him ad the mayors of the surrounding towns as he shares some shocking facts as to the state of the coral reefs.