|TNT - TAGO NANG TAGO|
(Always on the Run)
|Cast: ||Perry Escaño, Hemang Sharma, Shannen Rae, Catherine Coady Christon, Kimberley Simpson, Matthew D. Cheirs II, Kashfi Fahim, Ramon Prado Mappala, Anneberyl Corotan Naguit, Ged Merino, Richard Tran, Joel Quiñones, Jason Sol, Michael John Dion, Dominique Liwanag, Pamela Kim, Kevin Q, Andrew Dobbie, Rodrigo Múmar, Nina Gonzales, Jhosef Amarillo, Paulo Amorim|
|Crew: ||Screenplay: Roberto Reyes Ang - Cinematography: Ify Enemuo - Editing: Roberto Reyes Ang - Music: Arnell Pablo and Hide Inaba - Sound Design: Ify Enemuo, Arnell Pablo, and Roberto Reyes Ang|
Tony left his country for the American dream, only to be driven to the edge by a relative who turns his dream into a nightmare.
Living as an undocumented immigrant, he faces multiple challenges. One day, he makes a move that changes the course of his life
Roberto Reyes Ang was born in the Philippines, but has mostly lived in the US. He received his M.A. in Cinema Studies from New
York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He also received his Advanced Certificate in Culture and Media from the same university’s
joint program with the Anthropology and Cinema Studies Departments. He completed his B.A. in Comparative Literature from the
University of California, Los Angeles with minors in French and Spanish. He is interested in both scholarly research and in film
Immigration, while not a new topic, remains one of the most hotly-contested issues of our time. In the US, recent events related to
the topic of immigration have moved votes, spilled guts and emotions, and prompted actions. It has both united and divided
colleagues, friends, and families. Many fiction films and documentaries about immigration and immigrants have been produced with
characters ranging from innocent children to overstaying tourists to your next-door neighbor trying to make ends meet to the farm
workers and day laborers to victims of human trafficking to renowned personalities including a Pulitzer Prize winner. Yet, we are
barely scratching the surface of the immigrants’ stories.