HULAGWAY by The Golden Eagles Production

HULAGWAY by The Golden Eagles Production

Vicky’s struggles as a teacher and as a wife begin after receiving her appointment as permanent teacher at Bais City Olympia National High School. John, her husband, expresses his disgreement towards his wife’s school assignment which, for him, is too risky for Vicky and the child she is carrying in her womb. As somebody who is passionate enough with the field she chose, Vicky insists and accepts the advice despite her husband’s strong force to discourage her not to.

In school, the battle continues as Vicky finds difficulty in dealing with heterogenous mixture of students and fellow teachers who tend to judge her kind actions. Her initiative in creating programs and interventions to bring students’ interest is misunderstood. But because teaching is really her dream, she hurdles every challenge along her way not until she gives birth to a premature baby girl who will eventually follow her footsteps.

This film is our entry for BCD Film Festival in celebration of the World Teachers Day initiated by Department of Education Division of Bais City. Awarded last October 7, 2019 at Bais City Evacuation Center and Multipurpose Facility with the following awards:
BEST FILM
Best Director
Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Editor
Best Script Writers
Best Cinematography
Best Screenplay
Best in Musical Scoring

Executive Producers – Secondary Cluster 3
Producer – Cristy M. Jabonillo
Director – Florie May Salva
Editor – Joe Val Cadimas II
Script Writers – Luche Marie Gerasol & Rosemarie Apostol
Post-Production – Joe Val Cadimas II & Florie May Salva
Cinematographers – Joe Val Cadimas II, Florie May Salva & Varian Jan Dinglasa
Sounds Department – Varian Jan Dinglasa & Michelle Teves
HMUA/Art Department – Michelle Teves
Transportation Department – Michelle Teves & Joy Gerasol
Location Managers – Varian Jan Dinglasa & Rosem arie Apostol
Lead Actors – John Jay Villacampa & Annika Maxene Pasague

Special thanks to the following:
Secondary School Heads and Teachers headed by Maam Cristy Jabonillo for the financial and moral support and for trusting the Salida Team to create the film;
Ruan Blair Studios for the stuff that we used during the shoot;
Mr. & Mrs. Benileo Echavez and Ms. Melojean Catacutan for the house setting;
Bais City Olympia National High School headed by Ms Pinky Cancio for the school setting;
Baby Ezequiah Blair and parents;
Mr. & Mrs. Ferdinand Teves and family for the free accomodation and food during our post-production; and of course to our ALMIGHTY FATHER for the strength, wisdom, patience, gift of talents and love He showered to the Team. To God be all the glory! #BCDFilmfest

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