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2017 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

Plaza Blvd

Directed by Cassandra Pimentel

USA / 2017 / 10 mins / English / Color / 16:9, D-Cinema

Plays In:
FilAm Creations: A Filmmaker Movement

Art Share L.A.
May 3, 2017 6:00 pm Rush Line Only


For many Filipinos, ‘home’ is a far-off country on the other side of the Pacific Ocean. For many Filipino Americans in San Diego, however, ‘home’ is a street.With its aroma of freshly baked pan de sal and cheerful sounds of Tagalog filling the air, Plaza Blvd is where Filipinos come together. Usually a trip to Plaza Blvd means a day at the markets, running errands; but for Nolan, Jocelyn, and Grandma, this place means so much more.

Director's Bio

From America’s Finest City (San Diego, CA) and now residing in the Entertainment Capital of the World (Los Angeles), Cassandra Pimentel is a Filipina-American filmmaker navigating her way in the TV/Film Industry. Some of her director’s work include the web series, “It’s Not You, It’s Me” and a tinikling inspired short film, “Battle of the Sticks.” Cassandra strives to incorporate culture and diversity in her projects.


Producers: Cassandra Pimentel, Gracie D.
Director: Cassandra Pimentel
1st Assistant Director: Gracie D.
Writer: Cassandra Pimentel
Cinematographer: Ryan Esteban
1st Assistant Camera: Vince Lymburn
2nd Assistant Camera: Joyce Rocacorba, Hegi Ombina
Sound Mixer: Jose Fletes
Film Composer: Joy Ngiaw
Editor: Ryan Esteban
Script Supervisor: Jermaine Rocacorba
Boom Operator: Daniel Martinez
BTS Photographers: Mark Mejia
Graphic Designer : Mark Mejia
BTS Photographer: Adrian Lymburn
Cast: Erik Luminarias , Ann Marie Gelle, Betty Balonda, Rafe Aksad, Daniel Caburian , Abigail Mella , Canada Kerwin, Jovi Orena, Joel Baker, Janette Caburian

Plays in

  1. FilAm Creations: A Filmmaker Movement

    Shorts Programs / 130 mins
    In an effort to inspire, motivate and mobilize the Filipino-American and Filipino filmmaking community, we challenged them to create short films to premiere at The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2017. As a result, filmmakers of various levels of experience stepped up to share their artistic voice and storytelling. We are proud to present their efforts to all of you! - Craig Obligacion-Wilson

    In This Program: The Last Straw, Colored Hearts, The Legend Of The Basketball Ghost, Plaza Blvd, I Don’t Love You, What You Don’t Say, Uncle Eddy, Miss Understanding, Madeira, Man of My Dreams, Finding Ronwe, Lolo Pepe

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Dates & Times

Plays In:
FilAm Creations: A Filmmaker Movement

Art Share L.A.
May 3, 2017 6:00 pm Rush Line Only