Speaker Category: KFF Speakers

Freedom Film Fest

The Freedom Film Network (FFN) is a not-for-profit body established to support and develop social documentary filmmaking within the context of freedom of expression and values contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights(UDHR) in Malaysia.

Rhadem Musawah

Rhadem Musawah is a Indigenous documentary filmmaker, human rights activist from the Philippines. He is also a member of PhilSilat Association under Philippine Olympic Committee, Changemaker Alumnus of Thomson Reuters Foundation, Core Member of Vote Pilipinas under the Philippine Commission on Election, and Advocacy Specialist of MUJER LGBT+ Org.

Tim Rone Villanueva

Tim Rone Villanueva is a Filipino writer, director, and producer from Kawit, Cavite. He graduated with honors for Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Filmmaking at De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde, School Of Design and Arts – Benilde Film. He established an independent production firm — TV Films, which produced short films such as “Palacio De San Rodrigo” (2018) and “Alex & Aki” (2019). He is a founding member and part-owner of Cinema Centenario Inc. (Quezon City).

Zig Dulay

Zig Dulay was born in Santiago City, Isabela and holds a degree in Communication Arts from the University of the Philippines Baguio and Masters in U.P. Diliman specializing in creative writing. He directs his debut feature, The Last Kiss in 2011. He wrote several scripts for different directors. After his short Missing in 2013, he directed several multi-rewarded long features.

Ditsi Carolino

Ditsi Carolino is an internationally critically acclaimed documentary filmmaker. She received the Best Director award for the moving documentary film, Bunso (The Youngest), at the 2005 OneWorld International Documentary Film Festival held in Prague, Czech Republic. Bunso was also screened at the HotDocs Canadian International Film Festival in Toronto, the DokFest International Documentary Film Festival in Munich, Germany and was supported by the Consuelo Foundation and UNICEF, Bunso was a powerful advocacy tool that child rights advocates used to generate support for the passage of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act in 2006.

Christopher Gozum

Christopher GOZUM (1976, Phillipines) studied Film at the University of the Philippines and he graduated from the Asian Film Academy in South Korea in 2006. In 2007, Gozum founded the independent film company Sine Caboloan, that is committed to producing films about the Pangasinan province in the Phillipines.