Film

Babylon

Open Doors Screenings: Shorts

Philippines  ·  2017  ·  HD  ·  Color  ·  20'  ·  o.v. Bisaya

Babylon is about two postmodern women, Dawn and Saab, who travel back in time to before mobile phones existed in order to assassinate the dictator of a Barangay (small town) in an attempt to rewrite history. In this far-off land where chickens can talk, they are joined by allies from the local opposition, causing several fatalities that culminate in a violent mess. The film is told through a collage of deliberately choppy edits where people and things randomly pop in and out, while the direction mashes up elements of splatter and trash cinema, as well as from telenovelas, offering an obtuse reflection of what’s happening in the Philippines.

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Director

Keith Deligero

Cast

Ryles Cameron, Patricia Zosa, Nicole Blackman, Rya De Guzman, Publio Briones III

Producer

Gale Osorio

Co-producer

Idden de los Reyes, Janine Deligero, Jillian Deligero, Patricia Zosa

Production design

Gale Osorio

Cinematography

Keith Deligero

Editing

Lawrence S. Ang

Sound

Keith Deligero, Idden de los Reyes, Zalde Lapiña

Sound design

Keith Deligero

Music

Danny Caing, Mandaue Nights, June 12, Maricel Sombrio, Jandro Asuncion

Voice

Keith Deligero

Production

Binisaya Movement
galeosorio.ph@gmail.com
movement.binisaya.org/


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