Jose F. Lacaba

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Jose Maria Flores Lacaba, Jr.,[1] better known as Jose F. Lacaba, is a Filipino poet, journalist, and screenwriter.[2] He was conferred the Aruna Vasudev Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing on Cinema during 10th Osian's Cinefan Festival held in New Delhi, India on 11 July 2008.[2]

He is currently[when?] the executive editor of Summit Media's YES! Magazine.

His screenplay credits include Jaguar, This Is My Country, Fight for Us, Sister Stella L., Eskapo, Segurista, and Rizal in Dapitan.[2]

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