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Melbourne made short film ‘FILO-BOY’ streaming now through MIFF Play

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21-year-old Filipino-Australian Caleb Ribates has directed a short film titled ‘FILO-BOY’ as part of his studies at a Melbourne film school this year.

“This film expresses my experience and thoughts as a Filipino-Australian in the hope to express our cultural and artistic sensibilities,” he says.

The short film is free to stream until October 11 as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival with other Victorian College of the Arts graduate films.

Ribates was awarded the prestigious Margaret Lawrence Social Justice Award and the Harry Hains Memorial Bursary for this short film. His work thematically and aesthetically explores the Asian diaspora, self and identity. He is motivated to continue making works that touch on relevant social issues and suburban conflict.

Access to the film online in Australia via the MIFF Play streaming platform.

Watch ‘FILO-BOY’ here.


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