"The Monsters Without," An Official Selection at Macabro Film Festival in Mexico City (August 26-28)
Our new film, "The Monsters Without" written and directed by Randal Kamradt, and starring Jessica Neistadt, Jake Macapagal, Christina Jun, Dana Jamison and April Rose Estoy have been accepted into the Macabro Film Festival in Mexico City, a very prestigious genre film festival. Our screening will be on the weekend of August 26-28, in the Science Fiction, Dark Fantasy & Thriller competition! Check out this awesome promo!
"The Monsters Without," An Official Selection at The International Vampire Film & Arts Festival in Cardiff, Wales (June 22 - 24)
Randal Kamradt's"The Monsters Without" will be competing at the 6th International Vampire Film & Arts Festival (VampFest). The film festival takes place from Wednesday, June 22 to Friday, June 24 in Cardiff, Wales.
It is nominated for a 2022 Golden Stake Award for Best Feature Film. "The Monsters Without" will screen on Friday, June 24 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at the Chapter. Followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.
The Golden Stake Awards will take place later that night at 7:40pm, also at the Chapter. Presented by Kim Newman.
Our new feature film, "The Monsters Without" makes its fourth film festival appearance (and first film festival appearance for 2022) at the XVIII Fantaspoa in Brazil - representing the Philippines.
Watch this awesome film festival trailer!
The 18th Fantaspoa will take place, in a hybrid form (with in-person sessions and part of the online programming) between April 15th and May 1st.
“The Monsters Without” (“Monstros e Humanos”) will screen at 8:00pm (20:00) at Cinemateca Capitolio with a Q&A session from Director Randal Kamradt, Producer Malou Felecia Kamradt and Executive Producer Randy Kamradt Sr.
"The Monsters Without," An Official Selection at 1st Annual Santa Clarita International Film Festival; Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021
Our fantasy adventure, " The Monsters Without" makes its third film festival appearance at the 1st Annual Santa Clarita International Film Festival! Join us this Saturday, December 11th at 12 Noon to watch the film.
Grab your tickets now at - https://sciff.ticketspice.com/sciff-ticket-passes-all?r=EDWIN1639
Once on the page, it doesn't let you choose the film, you have to choose the theater and screening time, which is as follows:
Date: Saturday, December 11th
Choose a Theater: Regal Theaters #2
See you there!
"The Monsters Without" Premieres at 18th Annual Another Hole In The Head Film Festival; In Person & Online, December 1-15
Our new film, "The Monsters Without" will screen next at the 18th Annual Another Hole in the Head Film Festival, and we are up for an Audience Award.
You can watch in person on Saturday, December 11th at 9:00pm (PST) at the New People Cinema in San Francisco, and virtually worldwide (December 1-15).
From December 1st to 15th | $10 a pass
Saturday, December 11th, 9:00 pm
New People Cinema
1746 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115
$15 a ticket | Proof of vaccination REQUIRED
"The Monsters Without" World Premiere at 37th Annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival; Friday, Oct, 1, 2021 at Regal LA Live
You're invited to the World Premiere of our narrative feature, THE MONSTERS WITHOUT to screen at the 37th annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on Friday, October 1, 9:00pm (PDT) at Regal LA LIVE's Theater #12 in DTLA.
I have an acting role in the film.
Written and directed by Randal Kamradt and starring Jessica Neistadt and Jake Macapagal, the fantastical adventure is about a terrifying ancient Yablo called Nameless who arrives with a plan to forcibly return his kind to their home dimension, as only the members of P.H.A.S.E. resolve to stop him. Their leader is Setsuko, a Japanese-Korean woman who has clawed her way to the top of her field, only to request a P.H.A.S.E. assignment. Her fiance, Rommel Romero (Jake Macapagal), is an ex-police detective and the second in command. Two Americans, April and Richard, specialize in security and technology, respectively. Rommel's sister Wonder has a unique connection with the Yablo and serves as team biologist. The new intern Benito still has trouble believing everything he sees with P.H.A.S.E. And the newest recruit, Miranda (Jessica Neistadt), holds a stunning secret that will change everything. Though Nameless is nearly invincible, these lonely, conflicted, difficult, loving, and altogether human men, women, and monsters of P.H.A.S.E. must band together to save the world.
Tickets for the General Public will be on Sale today, Monday, September 13 here - https://laapff2021.eventive.org/schedule/the-monsters-without-61341facc255ce004bfcf1b4 . Get them today before it sells out!
Regal L.A. LIVE: Theatre 12
1000 W Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Friday, October 1, 2021, 9:00 - 10:30 PM PDT
See you there!
Livestream Guest Panel: Filipinos In Animation - featuring Marvel Studios' Anthony Francisco ("Guardians of the Galaxy," "Black Panther," "Doctor Strange," "Ant-Man," the creator of Groot and a Pinoy influence on the female warriors of "Black Panther"), Bobby Pontillas (writer/director of the Academy Award nominated short animated film, "One Small Step" at Taiko Studios; "Big Hero 6," "Wreck-It Ralph," "Zootopia" at Disney Animation) and writer/director Keith Sicat ("Rigodon," "Ka Oryang," "The Guerrilla is a Poet," "Woman of the Ruins").
Saturday, May 15 for Los Angeles, California (6pm) and the Philippines (11am) on Facebook LIVE and Twitch TV.
- Fe P. Koons, writer, movie critic and President, Los Angeles Philippine International Film Festival.
- Angela Relucio, actor, ("The Glorias," "Code Black," "Ozarks," History Channel's "Six".)
- JASONAREALTOR.com | Your Los Angeles Metro area real estate agent.
- Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Hollywood (FACCHO) - FACCHollywood.org
- TheLAPIFF - Los Angeles Philippine International Film Festival
Produced by Fe P. Koons, Jason Agcaoili and Edwin A. Santos, (actor/producer and founder of the Filipino Hollywood Actors Panel).
Edwin A. Santos Co-Moderates Women's Month: Filipina American Women in Film with Sari Lluch Dalena, March 30
Online via Zoom Live (registration required) - https://facchomar30.eventbrite.com/
It will also simulcast on Facebook LIVE.
Women's Month: Filipina American Women in Film
Tuesday, March 30 at 5:30pm (Los Angeles time)
Presented by the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce - Hollywood (FACC - Hollywood) and the Los Angeles Philippine International Film Festival (LAPIFF).
Guest: Sari Lluch Dalena
Sari Dalena is an independent filmmaker from the Philippines and holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Film Production from New York University.
She has been the recipient of the Fulbright-Hayes scholarship, New York Asian Cultural Council Fellowship, NYU Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Fellowship, and the 13 Artists Award at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Dalena’s first feature film, the post-9/11 immigrant film "Rigodon" won Best Feature at the International Panorama of Independent Filmmakers.
Her first full-length documentary on the atrocities during the Philippine-American War, "Memories of a Forgotten War" (2001), screened at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Documentary Fortnight in New York City and the Int’l Film Festival Rotterdam.
In 2012, her Martial Law drama, Ka Oryang was awarded Best Picture and Best Director prizes at the Cinema One Originals Film Festival. Her other notable works include "Church Dog" (1994), "White Funeral" (1997), "The Guerrilla is a Poet" (2013), "The Women of Malolos" (2013), and "Dahling Nick" (2015).
She is an Associate Professor and former Director at the University of the Philippines Film Institute.
> Edwin A. Santos
Actor and Film Producer with 20+ years in the entertainment industry.
- As an actor, he can be seen in the feature films "Blue Dream" (2013) starring James Duval, "The Last Exorcist" (2020) starring Danny Trejo and "Girl Lost: A Hollywood Story" (2020) starring Dominique Swain.
- As a producer, he has five feature films to his credit including "Mad Cowgirl" (2006) starring Sarah Lassez and James Duval; and "Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance" (2015) starring Bai Ling and Tommy Wiseau.
- Founder of the Filipino Hollywood Actors Panel.
- Board Member of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Hollywood (FACCHO).
> Fe Koons
- Poet, Author, freelance sportswriter, and movie critic.
- Founding member of the Women Writers in Media (WOMEN) in the Philippines, author of children's books on Filipino and Asian folktales, and playwright of "The Last Days of Jose Rizal", "The Rainbow Princess", and "Vera Cruz".
- Founder, Board Member, and President of the Los Angeles Philippine International Film Festival (LAPIFF).
I have a supporting role in this upcoming and important new film from writer/director Robin Bain, GIRL LOST: A HOLLYWOOD STORY (2020) starring Cody Renee Cameron, Brooke Haven, Dominique Swain, Moxie Owens and Psalms Salazar.
The feature film offers a glimpse into the lives of women involved in the sex industry through the interconnected stories of a teen runaway, single mother and two career escorts.
Stream and watch it at Amazon Prime Video today or anytime at your convenience - amzn.to/36tn03X