Our children’s book:
“PRINSESA: The Boy Who Dreamed of Being a Princess”
A former AMAZON TOP 100 children’s books against bullying
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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)
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Print Version – $19.95
For a limited time, you can also get the PRINT VERSION from our CreateSpace store – for only $9.95!
This is the exact same book as the one for $19.95 on Amazon, but at a $10 discount! (Processing and delivery may take a bit longer than Amazon). The discount code will only work on our CreateSpace store:
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The short film “Prinsesa” has enjoyed a successful start to it’s planned 3-month screening tour of Southeast Asia. The kickoff event in Yogyakarta Indonesia on October 11, 2014, played to a standing-room only crowd, and included a dance presentation by the Princess of Karagasem Bali. Despite the concern of conservative factions protesting the event, it proved to be a night of uplifting support and love.
Upcoming screenings on this tour include Yangon Myanmar, Phnom Penh, Cambodia and Bangkok, Thailand.
For a full list of screenings, please visit our SCREENINGS page.
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
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/
Patrick Silvestre, a popular actor in San Francisco’s local theater scene, is currently wrapping the lead role the independent short film, “Prinsesa” by RDM Studios.
Patrick is well-known to followers of “Bindlestiff Studio,” the Filipino-American performing arts co-op in San Francisco, having participated in their Stories High series for many, as well as recently providing a crowd-pleasing performance in the lead tole of “A Kind Of Sad Love Story” (written by Jeffrey Lo).
“Prinsesa” is a short film about Rey, a father who is confused by his young son’s daydreams of becoming a princess. Inspired by the Singkil traditional dance of the Philippines, the character is being pushed by the macho posturings of his longtime buddies, and the awkward but sincere questions of his 6-year-old boy.
The story was conceived and directed by Drew Stephens of RDM Studios. and written with the help … Read More »