A film by Kent Donguines
Director: Kent Donguines
About the project
A Filipino immigrant struggles to maintain his façade of success in Vancouver when his family in Manila asks for a hard favour.
Times listed in America/Vancouver timezone
|12/02, 2022||11:30AM||WhistlerWhistler Film Festival||—|
|11/20, 2022||04:00PM||ChilliwackChilliwack Independent Film Festival||—|
|11/03 - 11/27, 2022||-||HawaiiHawaii International Film Festival||online||—|
|11/03 - 11/13, 2022||-||PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Asian American Film Festival||online||—|
|10/26 - 11/05, 2022||-||RaindanceRaindance Film Festival||online||—|
|10/05, 2022||03:30PM||VIFFVIFF Centre - 1181 Seymour Street||—|
|10/03, 2022||08:30PM||VIFFVIFF Centre - 1181 Seymour Street||—|
|08/11 - 08/11, 2022||-||HollyShortsHollyShorts Film Festival||online||—|
Kent Donguines is a Filipino-Canadian filmmaker based in Vancouver, BC. He produced the award-winning CBC short documentary The Ink Runs Deep, which premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. He wrote, directed and produced the Telus Storyhive short, Kalinga (Care), a documentary about the sacrifices Filipina nannies make to work in Canada. He also produced award-winning short films Iridescence, Small Fish (Crazy8s film), and Grey. Donguines has worked for production companies in Canada and the Philippines, including Cedar Island Films Inc., Black Cap Pictures (Ten17p), Viva Entertainment, and Star Cinema.
Sound Designer / Re-Recording Mixer
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