Angelo Ilagan and DM Sevilla towards a Gay Indie Film
DM Sevilla and Angelo Ilagan Aside from the controversial indie film “ Unfriend ” – a real tale of devastating gay love story h...
|DM Sevilla and Angelo Ilagan|
Aside from the controversial indie film “Unfriend” – a real tale of devastating gay love story happened in SM Pampanga. Another comeback indie movie of Angelo Ilagan – a very controversial actor due to various issues- will hit this year 2015. He will be playing the role of Emman , a student activist, who was rallying against tuition fee-increase
|Outside of the Farenhiet Club , E. Rodriguez, New Manila|
The said movie is a gay oriented approach that will surely hit the pink market. The love interest of Angelo Ilagan is DM Sevilla– a Star Circle Quest 2004 alumnus and a registered nurse - who plays the role of Nathan, a lifestyle photographer who was sent as a reliever to cover a rally for the newspaper he is working for.
Not Surprisingly, Nathan developed an interest on Emman and started following rallies just to take pictures of him. Finally, Nathan got acquainted with Emman after avoiding an event that went out of hand. A special relationship grew between them. But the relationship was never smooth as it was full of clashes, a love-hate relationship as both gets caught up with their differences as they were forced to make choices.
|From Left to right - DM Sevilla, Angelo Ilagan , Sebastian Castro and Rosswil H. Hilario,|
Meanwhile, the film also stars Manuel Chua, Sebastian Castro, Marq Dollentes, Rex Lantano and Ford Fernandez, with the special participation of Jong Cuenco, Alizon Andres, Godofredo Dela Cruz and Angelina Kanapi. The screenplay was written by Rosswil H. Hilario, Rolando Inocencio, and Julius Lumiqued and directed by Rosswil H. Hilario under Mountain Trail Productions in cooperation with Jimgital Productions.
Jonathan D. Orbuda, an Economics graduate and now an occasional motivational speaker, was a writer way back in college, when he served as a section editor (2007-2008) of The Pillar Group of Publications. But beyond this, he established a blogsite detailing traveling sans (much of the) frills, and he also established “Cute Pinoy”, an online social networking site for Filipino gay and bi men, eyeing to inspire closet gays to come out and learn to embrace themselves. Since finishing his schooling, he already worked for a bank and the BPO industry, among others. But his burning passion remains writing, and so he now travels as much as he can to discover what this world (and life) has to offer. As he keeps stressing: “I honestly don’t want to be rich; I just want to fly
and be free.”