Our children’s book:
“PRINSESA: The Boy Who Dreamed of Being a Princess”
A former AMAZON TOP 100 children’s books against bullying
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)
Kindle version – $3.99
Print Version – $19.95
You can also get the PRINT VERSION – for only $19.95!
The print version of the book was on the Amazon Top 100 of children’s books against bullying.
Both versions feature the incredible artwork of MARCONI CALINDAS and story by Emmanuel Romero and Drew Stephens.
More info about the book at
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 »