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2017 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival


Directed by Miko Revereza

USA / 2014 / 8 mins / Tagalog with English subtitles / B&W / 4:3, D-Cinema

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From Vision To Reel

Tateuchi Democracy Forum
April 29, 2017 11:30 am


Taking the form of an eccentric super 8 home movie, DROGA! explores the condition of hybrid cultural identity in its interaction with the Filipino-American community of Los Angeles. With its purposefully unresolved structure and an almost punk aesthetic attitude, we experience the repetitions, confusions, and cultural dissonance of a transplanted community and identity.

Director's Bio

Miko Revereza (b.1988 Manila, Philippines) is a film and video artist based in Los Angeles. After relocating from Manila as a child, he has been living illegally in the United States for over 20 years. This struggle and exile from his homeland has influenced the content of Miko’s personal films, exploring themes of diaspora, colonialism, and Americanization.


Director: Miko Revereza
Cast: Pedro Revereza, Aurora Revereza

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  1. From Vision To Reel

    Shorts Programs / 62 mins
    FREE PROGRAM. "From Vision to Reel" showcases short films created by emerging filmmakers of Asian American and Pacific Islander descent. Films range from topics related to immigration, family history, gender identity, sexuality, struggles and resiliency in this current political and economic climate. — June Kaewsith

    In This Program: Perfect Imperfection, Living In Freedom, David And Goliath, Motherlands, Called Home, Hello From the Other Side, Dollar Tree, Droga!, Story of Self, Bastard

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Plays In:
From Vision To Reel

Tateuchi Democracy Forum
April 29, 2017 11:30 am