by Vincent Joseph H. Entuna
12 min, Philippines, Hiligaynon
A short narrative film about concealing the trauma of Lola Mame in her experience of World War II. She tries to hide the painful past from her grandson, Sen through cooking. However, there are no secrets hidden forever.
Vincent Joseph H. Entuna is a filmmaker from Negros Island, Philippines. He is finishing his bachelor’s degree program at the University of the Philippines Film Institute. He tackles Filipino Culture, History, and Society through films and academic papers. He is currently working on allegories of Filipino Folklore as an ideological state apparatus; and depression.
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