ABOUT FAC

FilAm Creative (FAC), a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, is the premiere Filipino-American creative organization promoting a more culturally integrated and diverse entertainment industry. By providing educational and community-oriented programming and resources, FAC aims to encourage and create leaders who share our vision. Based in Los Angeles, this community organization is dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of Filipino-Americans in media and entertainment.

Founded as a community organization 2010

Registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation 2018.

OUR MISSING STATEMENT:

FilAm Creative is a community organization dedicated to the advancement and education of Filipino-Americans and Asian-Americans in the arts, entertainment, and media.

OUR VISION STATEMENT:
FilAm Creative (FAC) strives to be the premiere Filipino American creative organization that promotes a more culturally integrated and diverse entertainment industry.  By providing educational and community-oriented programming and resources, FAC aims to encourage and create leaders who share our vision.

FilAm Creative’s 4 Core Values in everything we do:
1.UNIFY
2.EDUCATE
3.CREATE
4.ELEVATE

FilAm Creative (FAC) is an all volunteer community organization dedicated to the advancement of Filipino-Americans in entertainment and media. FAC combines “Do-It-Yourself” ambition with a pro-community attitude.

We are a group of filmmakers, writers, artists, photographers, actors, musicians, models, comedians, executives, representatives, lawyers, Filipinos and our supporters involved in entertainment and media. While we are Filipino based, membership is not limited to Filipinos; we welcome anyone who believes in our mission and supports what we do.

Contact: info@filamcreative.org

One thought on “ABOUT FAC

  1. Dear FilAm,

    Few years ago I pitched a short-form series to YOMYOMF (Justin Lin’s Youtube channel) called Straight No Chaser. One of the notes was the project needed an Asian presence. So I switched the 14 year old lead, Plato, from a Puerto Rican to a Filipino. Since then I changed the project from live action to animation. But animation in a raw style to complement the gritty and rusty subject matter. I kept Plato Filipino. It worked for me. Growing up in The Bronx tough guys came in all shades from Irish to Jordanian to Cambodian to Russian . It was the United Nations of bad-asses.

    Without chewing ya ear off any further, I wanted to share the pilot episode of SNC Animated Series with you guys:

    Hope you enjoy,

    Hanley Valentin

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