This program is a collection of the ten finalists in the Istorya ng Pag-asa Film Festival 2019 under the Office of Vice President Leni Robredo, in partnership with Ayala Foundation and Film Development Council of the Philippines. These five-minute documentaries tell stories of hope, focusing on ordinary people – volunteers during the Marawi siege, a Tausug rapper who gives his social commentaries through rap, a Muslim woman running a unique tour of Manila, a street kid who becomes a policeman, a teacher who goes from one village to another to read stories to the young, a young man who does breakdancing to counter depression, two blind brothers who work in a coconut plantation to make a living, villagers who act to counter the effects of over-fishing, a former drug addict who runs art workshops, and an aging woman who learns to operate a still camera. Modern Day Hero by Roy Robert Rusiana
Yapak by Romel Mondragon Lozada
White Helmet Rescuers by Analisa Puod
Maestro ng Pag(b)asa by Immaculate Estepa
Ka Dodoy by Meg Serranilla & Mark Aposaga
Obra by Geneva Bernal Malit
Hijabs and Hopes in Quiapo by Demie Dangla
Breaking through the Darkness by Ronald James Bacolo
Litratista by Allan Lazaro
Maglabayra in Sakit by Mijan Jumalon

GENRE: Documentary