AsianFilmFestivals launches a website dedicated to Filipino Short Films


AFF launches the “Filipino Short Film Database” (FSFD) a website dedicated exclusively to short films.

We continue to support Filipino productions in every way we can. This time we decided to create the first public, free, non-commercial website about short films. The FSFD will host information about films, directors and Film Festivals with the objective of promoting young directors not only in the Philippines but also around the world. FSFD will also let users watch short films for FREE only when directors allow it.


So far we indexed over 1,000 titles from 642 filmmakers and 21 Film Festivals. We are also making individual profiles for each short film when we can including more information about the productions.

profile_astrayExample of a full Profile

We would like to thank Tim Rone Villanueva (director of Santa Nena), Nerissa Picadizo (director of Astray), and Xeth Suarez (director of Si Astri maka si Tambulah) for letting us use their film material to build the first version of the website. Also thanks to Jen Juangco-Balberona (Bakunawa Productions), Mina Cruz (Bakunawa Productions), Joseph Arcegono (North Luzon Film Festival), and ALL the directors & actors we contacted this last months for helping us build this database. Our love and support to them. Finally special thanks to Babyruth Villarama-Gutierrez and Rhadem Camlian Morados as they helped us shape our ideas for this project.

The Filipino Short Film Database welcomes any filipino director to be part of this website. Please contact us via Facebook or leave a comment here. Thanks for your time.

——> Please visit the the Filipino Short Film Database HERE <——

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