Directed by Rommel Andaya
When slacker Veronica forgets to bring her Uncle Eddy to an appointment, her Type A sister Jessica makes sure she doesn’t forget her shortcomings. Will the two ever be able to put their differences aside?
A film graduate of San Diego State University and the Los Angeles Film School, Rommel dabbles in the world of Comedy and Drama. His award winning films have been recognized by many film festivals and competitions across the nation; notably Yomyomf’s Interpretations 2.0-Top 15, Weownthe8th’s-Top 8 and Asian Film Lab’s 72hr Shootout-Best Writer. Rommel loves to assist fellow filmmakers and hopes that his stories are ones people can connect to.
Executive Producers: Jack Hernandez, Danice Cabanela
Director: Rommel Andaya
Writer: Jack Hernandez
Story Editor: Danice Cabanela
Cinematographer: Homer Dulu
Sound: James Yochim
Music Composer: Joy Ngiaw
Editor: Homer Dulu
Cast : Jack Hernandez
Cast: Danice Cabanela
Shorts Programs / 130 minsIn 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