Respeto

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Hip-hop, Drama / R 13
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Respeto by Treb Monteras II. Cinemalaya 2017 Full-Length Feature Category finalist

Hendrix dreams of hip-hop greatness, but  he's spiraling down a rabbit-hole of crime and poverty until he meets Doc, an old poet still haunted by his martial law past. Can they turn each other's lives around before they're swallowed by their circumstance?
RESPETO is a celebration of the underground Pinoy hip-hop world and how we find the words to find ourselves.

Directed By: 
Treb Monteras II
Main Cast: 

Abra, Dido de la Paz, Loonie, Kate Alejandrino, Chai Fonacier, Ybes Bagadiong, Brian Arda, Thea Yrastorza, Nor Domingo

Credits: 

Director: Alberto Monteras II
Writers: Njel de Mesa and Alberto Monteras II
Producer: Monster Jimenez
Executive Producers: Thenielle Monteras, Alberto Monteras II, Jet & Mae Cornejo
Line Producer: Kristine Kintana
Assistant Director: Timmy Harn
Cinematographer: Ike Avellana
Editor: Lawrence Ang
Production Designer: Popo Diaz
Sound Designer: Corinne De San Jose
Music: Jay Oliver Durias

About the Director
Alberto Monteras II

ALBERTO MONTERAS II has been directing top-rating TV shows, commercials, live concerts, and music videos. He has also done album cover shoots for some of the country’s best artists. His TV shows that have won awards include "Party Pilipinas," "Myx Ambushed," "Myx Live," "Kusina Master," and "Sarap Diva."
 
In 2011, he won in Nokia Europe’s N8 Producers International Film Competition. He was already doing animation at age of 6, using coins and his father’s video camera. During his childhood, he attended summer courses on painting at the Metropolitan Museum. A consistent dean’s lister, art director of the school publication, and student leader, this BFA Advertising Arts Graduate from the UST College of Fine Arts and Design, is also a recipient of the Quezon Leadership Award. He continued to hone his skills at the Mowelfund Film Institute and the International Institute for Film and the Arts.
 
He recently attended the American Cinematographer’s Masterclass in Los Angeles, California.

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