I was pleasantly surprised the other day when the organising committee informed me that the poster and trailer of our film will kickstart the social media campaign of the festival leading to the gala and awarding night.

In case news didn’t reach you yet, I’m talking about the first-ever Istorya ng Pag-Asa Film Festival, which is organised by the Office of the Vice President and Ayala Foundation.

Our film tells the story of Marlon Fuentes, a driver with Tourette Syndrome (T.S). Instead of being discouraged by people who look down on his condition, Marlon is motivated to continue working to support his family and to serve as an inspiration to the people who have T.S. This film aims to raise awareness about Tourette Syndrome in the Philippines.

And I’m actually very excited and nervous at the same time because it will have its premiere on June 12 at Glorietta!! I’ve never experienced showing my film to that many people, I mean equivalent to the size of a commercial theater based in Makati! But I’m all out positive with this one!

Please see below the trailer of our film:

Published by Florence Rosini

I am a PR, content, and multimedia specialist based in Manila who has over eight years of experience with award-winning brands and leading institutions. My job has allowed me to write, direct and produce content for GMA Network, UNICEF, Kumu, BeLive, Tickled Media, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Summit Media, Miss World Philippines, Philippine Daily Inquirer and more. I also advocate quality education so I teach in CIIT, while taking up my Media Studies major in Film course in the University of Philippines. Let's collaborate! Message me at

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