• “Toto”

    by John Paul Su



    When a young Filipino room service attendant's schemes to attain a U.S. visa put the lives of his loved

    ones in danger, he is forced to question the extremity of his actions and re-evaluate the cost of fulfilling

    his dreams.

    GENRE: Comedy/Drama

    DIRECTED BY: John Paul Su

    CAST: Sid Lucero, Thou Reyes, Blake Boyd, Mara Lopez, Neil Ryan Sese, Bembol Roco, Bibeth Orteza,

    Liza Diño, Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Jelson Bay, Che Ramos, Marnie Lapus, Raul Montesa, Carlos Cruz, David Christopher, Lorenz Martinez, Sheila Valderrama


    Directed by: John Paul Su

    Written by: Donald Martin and John Paul Su

    Screenplay by:  Donald Martin, John Paul Su

    Produced by: John Paul Su, Rey Cuerdo, Donald Martin

  • “Ignacio De Loyola”

    by Paolo Dy

    Ignacio De Loyola


    IGNACIO DE LOYOLA tells the story of a brash, hot-headed soldier in a time of political upheaval in Spain.

    The young Iñigo went from living a life of brutal violence and debauchery, to becoming one of the

    greatest saints in the history of the Church. This film chronicles Iñigo's torturous struggle to turn from

    darkness to light—a struggle that nearly destroyed him, but also gave him the key to a spiritual weapon

    that continues to save lives to this very day.

    GENRE/RATING: Drama/History | PG

    RUNNING TIME: 2 hours and 4 minutes

    DIRECTED BY: Paolo Dy

    CAST: Andreas Muñoz, Javier Godino, Julio Perillan, Pepe Ocio

    Director: Paolo Dy

    Screenplay: Paolo Dy

    Director of Photography:  Lee Briones

    Music by: Ryan Cayabyab

  • “4 Days”

    by Adolfo Alix, Jr.

  • “A Day with Grace” / “Mana”

    by Gabby Fernandez

  • “Big Time Special”

    by Monster Jimenez & Mario Cornejo

  • “Flotsam”

    by Jay Abello

  • “Iadya Mo Kami”

    by Mel Chionglo

  • “Laut”

    by Luisito Ignacio

  • “Remittance”

    by Patrick Daly & Joel Fendelman

  • “Ringgo, The Dog Shooter”

    by Rahyan Carlos

  • “Rosita”

    by Frederikke Aspock

  • “The Sister”

    by Joseph Israel Laban


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