Our Current Projects
Check out our most notable projects.
Project Extended to March 31, 2013 The alternative pop/rock band Color It Red was formed in 1989 after a teen film inspired three schoolmates, mainly vocalist Cooky Chua, then keyboardist Maricar Florendo and rhythm guitarist Barbi Cristi-Paraguya.
We, the Ateneo Chamber Singers (ACS) are a mixed choir made up mostly of former Ateneo College Glee Club members who have banded together to continue singing long after we’ve graduated from college. We are bound together by love for music, love for one another as a barkada and as one big happy family, and a desire to sing for God’s greater glory by specializing in sacred choral music.
(AC Premium Project) Hello everyone! My name is Kate Torralba and you might know me as your little fashion designer / musician friend. It is my birthday today (12/29/12) and I would like to invite you to participate in a special birthday project I've embarked on with the help of our friends here at Artiste Connect.
(AC Premium Project) Focuses on putting an ordinary person in an unimaginable situation. This is a story of a jobless Overseas Filipino Worker in Japan who is suddenly casted as a double for Blue Force, a superhero character in an upcoming Japanese sentai TV show, Force Five. A father-and-son-comedy-drama-superhero-spandexed-combo film. Be a part of our film and help us make this supercombopowered punchkick concept become real!
Two years in the making, what began in September 2011 as a short film about a couple, unexpectedly and organically evolved into a full length feature film on a friendship between two women. The film later evolved into a story that revolves around the everyday lives of several different women, their families, friends, and lovers.
(AC Premium Project) "Masayang Pamilya" is a 2D animated short film interacting with real objects in real background. The film exhibits the worst possibilities that could happen in a household. It all started from a single mistake of a family member that leads the whole family to a series of tragedies.
(AC Premium Project) Sipat Lawin Ensemble's LOVE: This Is Not Yet A Musical a.k.a. The Biggest Crowd-sourced Play a.k.a. The Play With The Most Number of Playwrights is a Guinness-bound large-scale production launching in August 2013. Share the LOVE! Be part of LOVE!
Check out some of our community projects.
Ryan Mojica and his video production students need your help in financing their short films and digital shorts for their film festival on March 10, 2014. Please click on the link below to help Ryan and his students realize their dreams.
Amidst legalized corruption, a son struggles to prove to his father that he is fit to survive in a dog-eat-dog society. Official finalist for Cinemalaya Film Festival 2014, New Breed Category and debut feature full-length film of Bor Ocampo.
"3AM" is a short horror film to be produced by Midnight Snax Production, the 12 grader students of University Of Makati who are specializing in Advance Video Production. This will be a part of our requirments and Finals for this school year.
From our 139-day backpacking journey we have captured more than 2000+ images of the county's beautiful beaches, dazzling sunsets, everyday life, and smiles from our people. This inspired us to create a photobook showcasing the wonderful sceneries we have seen. This project is conceived from our belief that these images needs to be shown to the world.
The Jack Logan Show is the Philippines' newest online talkshow that is shot on location where Jack Logan, the host, meet different personalities and talk about hilarious things, comedy sketches and give the audience an exciting way to enjoy online shows.
DIE... YET? is the second major short film by Sam Jardin. The rookie filmmaker who brought you Ang Niño (still in production/post-production). While still planning (and saving) to go to film school in the near future, she learns filmmaking by creating short films with the help of friends and willing professionals and by joining small short film competitions. Also, she has been a participant in 2012 summer edition of UPFI's Intermediate scriptwriting workshop under the mentorship of veteran Filipino screenwriter Armando "Bing" Lao. She hopes that you support her new project as you have supported Ang Niño. If you would like to check out her works so far, please visit her Vimeo page: https://vimeo.com/thediscobelle.
The six-day programme will be held in Singapore and will include screenings, lectures and practical hands-on lessons, conducted by experts from around the world and the staff of L’Immagine Ritrovata. The programme’s goal is to address the current issues surrounding film preservation and restoration while providing participants with practical training of current restoration and archival best-practices.
This film is about friendship. For those who have a friend who is sick you'll be able to relate to our story. This film will also show a strong bond between friends. We can all appreciate this since we all have our own circle of friends
"No one else comes close" is a short film project of students from University of Makati taking up Advance Video Production. These students are the first ever batch of k-12 program that will graduate next year. They wanna make their project big and cover wide audience coverage. Entitled with "Pepe Productions"- these guys idolize Jose Rizal and want to create great and influential films to serve as eye openers just like what our hero did. Please do support our first ever project as aspiring film makers.
Nicco Saliva is a struggling artist who knows nothing in life but music. No achievements of him ever recorded for there are no opportunities to him as a musician. in spite of many opportunities that being offered to him abroad, he preferred to stay in the Philippines because for him, nothing compares to be known by his songs in his mother land.
I want to distribute a CD with my songs all over Russia. 8 songs in the album and + 2 bonus tracks for the great help! I hope for your support friends! From Russia with love;)
All proceeds will go to Hospicio de San Jose, an orphanage built on 1801. There are three-hundred (300) currently residing orphans in their facilities in all different ages and needs. This institution is helping them with their educational, physical, mental and spiritual needs. The said event will provide tremendous help for Hospicio de San Jose.
Our success stories
A fundraising campaign by Artiste Connect/ Rock Ed for the benefit of the victims of Typhoon Sendong in Cagayan De Oro.
(Artiste Connect Premium Project) EXTENDED!!! Taken by Cars was invited as the first band from the Philippines to showcase in one of the world's biggest music and arts festival, the South by Southwest Conference and Festival 2012 at Austin, Texas.
Help Vincent Moon, the french filmmaker behind the cult music serie La Blogotheque's Take Away Shows, to research and make films about the Filipino music scene, from indie acts to traditional singings and more.
“Illustrated By”: Filipino Invasion of U.S. Comics is a full-length documentary feature tracing the phenomenon of Filipino comic artists that have broke into the U.S. mainstream, to be read by fans from all over the world. The film aims to pay tribute to many of these ignored talents, and showcase their gorgeous artwork.
Visual artist, Mark Salvatus needs your help to fund his travel and new art project to participate in Cosmopolitan Stranger, Hotel de Immigrantes, a parallel event of Manifesta 9, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, which will open its doors in Genk, Province of Limburg, Belgium. please spread the word and help me fly to Belgium! http://marksalvatus.blogspot.com/2012/03/fly-me-to-belgium.html
Hi! I'm SIGFREID BARROS-Sanchez, the director and scriptwriter of the film "IN BANGKA HA UT SIN DUWAH SAPAH" or "THE BOAT BETWEEN TWO RIVERS". We are currently shooting our film but we have to stop production because of depleted funds.
<img src="https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/68616_445916695467433_278645522_n.jpg"> The Manila Review (MR) is a biannual online publication that aims to map the ideas that shape public discussion in the Philippines. Through review essays of recent and outstanding works of nonfiction and fiction, film, and art, it will serve as a living record of changes in politics, the humanities, the sciences, and their intersections.
Give as low as P100 & subscribe to a growing digital download compilation of music (now 96 tracks!) from artists who contributed tracks to fill this compilation with tender loving goodness. All proceeds will go to the victims of Typhoon Gener.