Sea turtle hat for the Seatizen’s Festival promo video shoot tomorrow! Lovingly made by Jovan de Ocampo :D @starshuffler
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What would you do to save our seas?
Anemone Swimwear is teaming up with Save Philippine Seas (SPS) to protect our country’s rich marine resources. Proceeds of this collection will go to information campaigns and community-based conservation projects, so that your kids and their kids will enjoy nature the way you did!
Drop by SWIM Rockwell or any NothingButH2O Where Summer Never Ends stores and check out this limited edition swimwear!
Thank you for your support! :)
Our open letter to the Cebu City mayor about the illegal turtle meat trade at Pasil. Please make it about conservation, not re-election. Thank you!
Dear Hon. Rama,
My name is Anna Oposa, co-founder of Save Philippine Seas, an independent movement to protect our country’s marine resources. I was born in Cebu City and am currently based in Malapascua, Cebu, to pursue a project to enhance the protection of thresher sharks in Monad Shoal and…
Genius. That is all.
From Manila to Tumblr with Love: What Isn’t There
While at Sundance this year, we were strolling the streets of Park City with our pal Te’devan when we ran into Marie Jamora and Ramon De Veyra. Turns out they had their own film, What Isn’t There (Ang Nawawala), over at Slamdance. In a rather amazing coincidence, it turns out their movie — set in their hometown of Manila — actually features one character gifting another with a Tumblr in a crucial scene. So of course, we had to sit them down and hear all about it.
What Isn’t There focuses on Gibson, a mute teenager who lost his twin brother, the girl who tries to draw him out of his shell, and the family, romance, comedy, and music that surround them both. It’s sweet without feeling trivial, and serious without being ponderous. Marie and Ramon tell us how it all came about and how they put it together in this interview. And if you’re in the neighborhood, you can check out the movie March 24 at the Southeast Asian Film Festival in Singapore.