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Shadows of Yesterday


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Director: Rosswil Hilario

Supervising Editor: Lawrence Fajardo

Edited by: Lorreno Dilag III

Director of Photography: Jimboy Signo

Production Designer: Mark Valdez

Musical Score/Sound: Dibayn Leaño

Story: Rosswil Hilario, Julius Lumiqued

Screenplay: Rosswil Hilario, Rolando Inocencio, Julius Lumiqued

Executive Producer: Julius Lumiqued



Key Cast: DM Sevilla, Angelo Ilagan, Manuel Chua, Sebastian Castro, Marq Dollentes, Angelina Kanapi, Jong Cuenco, Rex Lantano, Ford Fernandez




Director: Rosswil H. Hilario


A graduate of the University of St. La Salle, Rosswil H. Hilario is an assistant director of TV series in a major TV network in the Philippines. He co-directed a TV mini-series-cooking show Kitchen Stories. His short film Kananete (The Infidel, 2007) was the opening film of Pride Manila International Film Festival 2007 and was screened at Q International Film Festival 2008 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The film Alimuom ng Kahapon (Shadows of Yesterday, 2015) is his first independent full-length film. He is also a stage actor and a cultural worker.


Screenings / Awards: 
  • Durban Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2015

    Durban City, South Africa
    June 18-26, 2015
    World Premier
    Official Selection

  • Q! Film Festival 2015

    Jakarta, Indonesia
    September 11-20, 2015
    Official Selection

  • QC International Pink Film Festival 2015

    Quezon City, Philippines
    October 6-11, 2015
    Official Selection

  • Outfest Peru 2016

    Lima, Peru
    June 21-28, 2016
    Official Selection

  • Thessaloniki International LGBTQ Film Festival 2016

    Thessaloniki, Greece
    September 23 - October 2, 2016
    Official Selection

  • Barcelona International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2016

    Barcelona, Spain
    October 14-23, 2016
    Official Selection
    Film Nominee - Diversity Award


    Vienna, Austria
    November 10-18, 2016
    Official Selection

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