Lasang Ug Matigsalug is a creative documentary film that went through rigorous development. It went on to its first journey in the Philippines' first delegation to the Sheffield Doc|Fest in 2021 through the generous efforts of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP). The project is a grantee of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts' 2023 Competitive Grants.
Ammin Acha-Ur, an indigenous tattoo artist, sets off on a journey that explores the contentious clash between the preservation of the forest and the agricultural livelihoods of indigenous communities in Mindanao. But they must contend with a much more powerful foe.
Lasang Ug Matigsalug is a film to be directed by Marvin Lyndon Carmelo and to be produced by Chimera Visions.
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