We are thankful for…YOU!
’tis the season to give thanks, so we would like to show our appreciation for your support. For a limited time, we would like to offer our illustrated children’s storybook at a special discount. Follow the directions below to get your copy at the reduced rate.
DIGITAL VERSION (for Kindle) – only $3.99!
38 pages, including new illustrations not included in the print version. Read on any device with free Kindle app, buy from Amazon.com (click the Kindle version) – http://amzn.com/B0184XC80E
PRINT VERSION – only $9.95! ($19.95 on Amazon)
Only on our CreateSpace store: CreateSpace.com/4504232
Add the book to your cart, then enter discount code:
* plus shipping and tax
(Discount code for print version is for a limited time only and may end without notice.)
Our children’s storybook, “Prinsesa: The Boy Who Dreamed of Bring a Princess” is now available for download as a Kindle e-book!
Kindle version available for just $3.99! (Free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers).
Hardcover version still available for $19.99 (or less).
Both versions features the original 30 pages of our original colorful tale supporting gender variance. The digital version includes several new drawings by our amazing illustrator, Marconi Calindas.
Link to Amazon.com:
Prinsesa in schools! We are honored to be selected for Canada’s anti-homophobia education program: “Out in Schools.”
All across the province, select LGBT films will be shown to engage students in conversations around homophobia, transphobia, bullying, race, and gender. Two screenings yesterday! (Photo)
This means a lot to us. Thank you!
For more information, please visit www.OutInSchools.com
In June 2014, Voice of America radio program featured two interviews about Prinsesa:
Interview with Director DREW STEPHENS:
Excerpted from the original broadcast June 19, 2014 at
Interview with co-writers CONRAD PANGANIBAN and EMMANUEL ROMERO:
Excerpted from the original broadcast on June 11, 2014
Voice of America content reaches more than 164 million people a week through its radio broadcasts and web-based podcasts. Visit their web page at www.VOAnews.org
San Francisco, CA – The short film “Prinsesa,” inspired by a traditional dance of the Philippines and created entirely by volunteers, has been selected for Frameline 38, the world’s oldest and largest LGBT film event. The screening will take place at the Victoria Theater in San Francisco at 11am on Sunday June 22.
“Prinsesa” is a short film about Rey (Patrick Silvestre), a Filipino-American father who recalls the traditional Philippine folk tale “Singkil” to his children, hoping to calm them after a small earthquake. But his young boy, Jojo (Lucas Javier), seems to identify more with the princess in the myth rather than the prince. This creates an awkward conflict for Rey, who is now having his own masculinity and parenting skills questioned by his pals.
The film was independently produced and crowdfunded by community donors. The film crew are all volunteers … Read More »
The oldest print newspaper for Filipino-Americans with the largest circulation (nationwide distribution across USA) has just given “Prinsesa” a 2-page feature!
Click here to read:
Philippine News 02-10-14 (PDF)
As published on newsstands Feb 10, 2014 (NorCal Edition).
Online at: http://philippinenews.com
Outrage Magazine, one of the most-popular LGBT online magazines in Asia, recently interviewed “Prinsesa” Director, Drew Stephens.
CLICK HERE TO READ: Outrage Magazine 02-07-14 PDF
The original article was published on February 6, 2014, and can be accessed at: http://outragemag.com/celebrating-princess-within/
We are extremely excited about Prinsesa having an article about our Kickstarter Campaign in AsianWeek. AsianWeek is an online publication containing national commentaries, Bay Area news, cartoons, commentaries, and cultural features.
We are grateful to AsianWeek and for the people whom have read the article and made a donation towards the completion of Prinsesa.
Please visit the article here: http://www.asianweek.com/2014/01/23/filipino-american-kickstarter-project-boosts-visibility-for-gender-variant-children/
We’re so excited to announce the start of our Kickstarter Campaign to raise funds to complete Prinsesa. Our film has been invited to screen in San Francisco in March 2014, but we need some funds for completion – and we need them by February 14, 2014 or we lose that spot. Specifically, we need this $3,500 for:
MUSIC SCORE – We have an Emmy-award winning composer (Mitchell Covington) and amazing kulintang musicians from Likha standing by, ready to record the music for our film. But we need money to rent the studio space and gear.
COLOR GRADING – at the moment, we do not have a colorist who will volunteer their time to grade the film for final screening.
FILM FESTIVAL FEES – This is the big expense. We hope that our film will be good enough to get into festivals, … Read More »
‘Prinsesa,’ a book about a Filipino-American boy who wants to be a princess, is now available on Amazon, with all proceeds this month donated to disaster relief in the Philippines.
RDM Studios, the creative force behind the upcoming short film “Prinsesa,” is proud to announce the release of a children’s mini-novelization of the movie.
“Prinsesa: The Boy Who Dreamed of Being a Princess,” is now available for purchase at Amazon.com.
Drew Stephens, director and co-writer of the short film, and creator of the Prinsesa story, and his fiancée, Executive Producer Manolo Aquino Stephens, made the announcement while in Manila, just a day after one of the worlds worst storms ravaged parts of the country. “The thoughts of everyone on the Prinsesa team are with those affected by this devastating storm. The Philippines has always been at the heart of this story; the film … Read More »