Examples of GMA Network's films include "Dance of the Steel Bars," "My Boss Lady," "Sosy Problems," "Just One Summer" and "Overtime." GMA Network Films was established in 1995 in the Philippines.
"My Boss Lady" is a film about a tough and demanding boss named Evelyn and a regular rich kid, party boy named Zach. Zach finds himself in financial ruin and facing a jail sentence until his well-to-do grandfather decides to bail him out. However, there is one condition: Zach must find a regular job and work there for one year. "My Boss Lady" chronicles Zach's employment by Evelyn and the romance that results from on-the-job catastrophes.
"Sosy Problems" is a movie centered around four girls from the Forbes Park villages. Turmoil arises when the Makati Polo Club acquires new owners and is under threat of being torn down to build a chaka-yaya-mall. "Sosy Problems" follows the four girls' lives as they organize a protest against the demolition. In the process of trying to save the polo club, they grow more introspective and gain new insights into themselves.
"Just One Summer" depicts the characters Daniel and Beto's angst-filled summer romance when Beto is charged with keeping an eye on Daniel. The catalyst comes from the most unsuspecting place, a father who wants to reconnect with his son.