After teaching for ten year, Alemberg Ang shifted into a career of film producing. His filmmaking is shaped by his passion for teaching, socio-civic issues, and Philippine arts and literature. His films competed and exhibited in international festivals in Tokyo, Warsaw, Cairo, Chicago, Seattle, among others. With his growing filmography he was invited to attend the UNESCO International Meeting of Independent Producers in Barcelona, the International Film Festival of Rotterdam’s Rotterdam’s Producer Lab, the Berlinale Talent Campus, Network of Asian Fantastic Films, and Talents Tokyo. In 2017, his films have participated and won in project markets and pitching fora in HAF, Busan’s Project Market, Golden Horse Film Project Promotion and the Tribeca Film Institute Filmmakers Lab in Luang Prabang. Ang’s filmmaking is shaped by his passion for socio-civic issues such as violence again women, LGBTQ rights, mental health, among others. He aims to produce films that seek the upliftment of the cultural traditions of minorities by giving them voice in world cinema while avoiding the exploitative depiction of poverty and exoticism of indigenous cultures.
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