Timmy Harn

Timmy Harn only transitions between narrative and conceptual cinema in the context of where and how the work is seen. Otherwise his sensibilities tend to cut across and overlap. A fetish for shlock genre tropes generally, playfully and stylistically but never ironically re-purposed into varieties of dissonance and unease that takes swipes at all our debilitating conformities, political and spiritual and societal, and is somehow both freeform and meticulous, anarchic and joyful.


”Ancan” 2020                      Director/Cinematographer

SEA Shorts, In competition
2020 (not yet announced publicly)

“Dog Days” 2018   Writer/ Director

QCinema International Film Festival  NETPAC JURY PRIZE WINNER  2018
Maginhawa Film festival, Main Competition, 2018
International Film Festival Rotterdam, Bright future program  2019

“Cyber Devil X Ahas” 2015         Writer/Cinematographer/Director

Cinema One Originals, 2015
International Bike Film Festival, New York, 2018

“AngPagbabalatngAhas” (Reptilia in Suburbia) 2013         Writer/Director

Cinema One Originals Finalist
Olhar de Cinema-Curatiba-International Film Festival
San Diego Asian Film Festival

“Class Picture” under Tito&Tito (2011)           Co-Director

Arkipel – Jakarta International Documentary & Experimental Film Festival, 2015
S-Express Bangkok, 2015
Small Projects/Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, Norway
SCCA Center for Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2015
Images Festival, Art Gallery Of Ontario, Canada, 2015
Singapore International Film Festival, 2014
Neo-Angono Public Art Festival, Philippines, 2014
Binisaya Film Festival, Cebu City, Philippines, 2014
WNDX Festival of Moving Image, Canada, 2014
EXiS Experimental Film and Video Festival, South Korea, 2014
Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, CA, 2014
Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions, Japan, 2014
Japan-ASEAN Single Channel Screenings by the Japan Foundation, Baguio City, Iloilo City, Davao City, Metro Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur Kineforum (Jakarta), Kuala Lumpur, 2013
Wavelengths: in the blink of an eye, Conversations at the Edge (CATE) by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Department of Film, Video, and New Media, Chicago, USA, 2013
Wavelengths, Toronto International Film Festival, Canada, 2012
First Prize for Experimental Film, Ika-23 Gawad CCP Para saAlternatibongPelikula at Video, Cultural Center of the Philippines, 2011

“Panty “(2010)                    Writer/Director

.MOV Film Festival, Short film competition, 2011

Tanya Villanueva

Tanya Villanueva is a 37 year old artist born in Valenzuela, Philippines. Her work has developed over the years from looking into work and production of art objects through the lens of painting, photography and craft;  to exploring the perfomative nature of this cultural labor through the use of video installations, textile projects and collaborations. Her art is informed by her work as a single-mother, a working-class art practitioner and her struggle with chronic depression and anxiety.

Her work has been shown locally at institutions, commercial contemporary galleries and artist-run spaces. She had various art projects outside the county through artist-run spaces in Queens, San Francisco as well as an exhibition at a curator’s residence in Manhattan.

Tanya holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines and a Dressmaking certificate from Miriam College. She works and lives in Quezon City, Philippines.