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LIVING INSTEAD – First 100% Fil-Canadian Feature Film



By Michelle Chermaine Ramos
Toronto-Canada
July 14, 2016

 
 

The cast and crew of LIVING INSTEAD by BE Rogue Productions shot the first feature film set in Canada and the Philippines by a Fil-Canadian film producer. The movie is directed by veteran actress/director/producer Beverly Vergel and produced by Emily Bolanos.
 
Directed by Beverly Vergel, Living Instead produced by BE Rogue Productions is the first feature  film with  a 100% Filipino Canadian cast, staff and crew shot in Canada with some scenes in the Philippines. It tells the story of the lives of Filipino immigrants and their experience with love, loss, relationship issues, depression and the struggles that come with starting a new life in Canada.

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