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The Samsung Hall at SM Aura Premier was filled with a Grecian atmosphere on the night of September 27, 2016 for the VIP screening of #MakingMEGAGreeceWithJaDine - a documentary by TV100.

The most anticipated event by MEGA kicked off with a thrilling performance by G-Force.

Jacob Benedicto, an ex-PBB housemate, hosted the event.

MEGA editor-in-chief Peewee Isidro-Reyes welcomed the guests with her message:

“Good evening everyone and welcome! In behalf of the MEGA team, our events team and TV100, I’d like to welcome each and every one of you tonight. Thank you for showing your love and support to MEGA and of course, to JaDine. Before we start, I’d just like to acknowledge the presence of some important people who are here tonight. Of course, our EVP and our publisher, Archie Carrasco, our photographer, Mark Nicdao, our director, of course, Michael Carandang.

Making MEGA is the first fashion documentary in the Philippines. Its main goal is really to tell the story of another destination and how a magazine is made; but, more importantly, it gives you a closer glimpse of your favorite stars. Although we have already put a finale on Making MEGA last year, we realized that we had a lot more stories to tell and that story was that of Nadine Lustre and James Reid. I am privileged to work with Nadine and James, and all I can say is that they’re both professionals, easy to work with, and now, I know why everyone is so in love with them. And without further ado, I present to you Making MEGA in Greece with Jadine. Enjoy!”

#MakingMEGAGreeceWithJaDine concluded as the MEGA team was called on stage. It was nice to finally see the people behind the cameras who have an implausible passion for their craft.


G-Force's Teacher Georcelle Dapat-Sy
#MakingMEGAGreeceWithJaDine documentary director, Michael Carandang with Team Pinaymediaplanner

You can watch the #MakingMEGAGreeceWithJaDine documentary by downloading the TV100 app. For more photos and news about the event, check out http://megastyle.ph/

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