Filmography

Mga Anino ng Kahapon – Directed by Alvin Yapan – 2013
Credit: Cinematographer
Language: Filipino with English Subtitles
Running Time: 97 minutes
Synopsis: In the world of schizophrenia where imagination and reality are hard to define, Ed and Irene are about to discover the true meaning of love.

Debosyon – Directed by Alvin Yapan – 2013
Credit: Cinematographer
Language: Filipino
Running Time: 84 minutes
Synopsis:This is the love story of goddesses of Philippine folklore falling in love with injured and lost young men in the forest.

Diplomat Hotel – Directed by Chris Ad Castillo – 2013
Credit: Cinematographer
Language: Filipno with English Subtitles
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Chasing Fireflies – Directed by Sheron Dayoc – 2012
Credit: Cinematographer
Language: Filipino with English subtitles
Running time:
Synopsis: Chasing Fireflies is a documentary that focuses on the narratives of young female children who were victimized by human trafficking and their eventual captivity to child prostitution.

Meintras su Durmida (As he sleeps) – Directed by Sheron Dayoc – 2012
Credit: Cinematographer
Language: Filipino (Chavacano) with English subtitles
Running time: 14 minutes
Synopsis: In sickness and in health, should marriage really be an unconditional partnership that should never be broken? Christina, in her 30′s, is married to Hector, a husband who’s paralyzed and therefore physically incompetent to consummate their marriage. She wants to liberate herself from a sexless union. Her needs as a woman are unfulfilled. But her love for Hector, and her commitment to him coupled with the dictates of her faith and marital vows, and her sympathy and care for her husband keeps her in “cage of marriage,” where she suffers in melancholic solitude, yet contemplates on freedom and rediscovering her true worth.

Teoriya (Father’s Way) – Directed by Zurich Chan – 2011
Credit: Cinematographer
Runnning time: 100 minutes
Language: Filipino (Chavacano) with English subtitles
Synopsis: Jimmuel’s journey starts as he comes back from to Manila to his hometown of Zamboanga City after a long time only to find out that his father is already dead, his old home abandoned and him not knowing where his father is buried.
With his father’s old car and journal, He visits each city mentioned hoping to find his father’s grave. During the journey, he meets his father’s friends and gets to understand more of his father also through the places where his father stayed.

Placebo – Directed by Dexter Dela Peña – 2011
Credit: Cinematographer
Running time: 22 mins
Language: Filipino (Chavacano) with English subtitles
Synopsis: Jim owns a convenience store which he inherited from his father. His father has been dead for a couple of years now and all he’s know all his life was his father and the convenience store. Now Jim mans the store alone still sticking to his old routine of opening in the evening and closing at the early mornings with only Sean, the old hip hopper who stays outside the store and listens to loud music, and Maria, a quiet and pretty girl who comes in every night to buy a packet of chewing gum. Jim seems satisfied in his little convenience store world until Roxanne comes into the store.

Ulian (Senility) – Directed by Chuck Gutierrez – 2011
Credit: Cinematographer
Running time: 15 minutes
Language: Filipino with English subtitles
Synopsis: “Ulian” centers on young Dayang and her Grandmother in their journey of self‐discoveries in unexpected circumstances. Together they explore each other’s consciousness to realize the most important thing about growing old and growing up.

Halaw “Ways of the Sea” – Directed by Sheron Dayoc – 2010
Credit: Cinematographer
Running time: 78 minutes
Language: Filipino (Tagalog and Tausug) with English subtitles
Synopsis: The story follows through the journey of different people as they take an arduous journey into uncharted territories and illegally cross the borders of Bongao, Philippines to Sabah,Malaysia, in the hopes of substituting certain poverty to a more uncertain future that awaits them.

Boca – Directed by Zurich Chan – 2010
Credit: Cinematographer
Running time: 16 minutes
Language: Filipino (Chavacano) with English subtitles
Synopsis: Boca is a story of Charlemagne Alejandro, who has an oral fixation. After losing his mother when he was 3 months old, he compensates the lack of motherly love with chain smoking. All grown up, Charlemagne now works in a retail office, sending catalogues to their standard demographic of lonely people. He doesn’t think much of the job and spends most of his free time in his favorite spot in front of a convenience store smoking. Out of all the monotony of the life he leads, things happen around him and ultimately finds something better to do with his lips than smoking. As Charlemagne finds what his looking for, so does his boss in the office; Benny, his smoking buddy; and Marie, Charlemagne’s stalker.