Join the FilAm Chambers of Commerce of Cerritos, Hollywood and Greater Pasadena Tri-Chambers for an evening with talented professionals as we educate our community while providing a space for small businesses to network and empower one another through Airmeet.
Featuring Keynote Speaker:
- Executive Coach & Public Speaker
- Ernst & Young (EY)'s Mindfulness Leader
- Author of "Mindfulness Without The Bells and Beads: Unlocking Exceptional Performance, Leadership, and Well-Being for Working Professionals"
Starts: Thu Apr 22 2021, 06:00pm PDT
Ends: Thu Apr 22 2021, 07:30pm PDT
Sponsorship Opportunities Available:
- Silver Sponsor (logo placement): $50
- Gold Sponsor (logo placement & 1 year general membership): $125
- Platinum Sponsor (logo & table and 1 year general membership): $150
- Raffle Prize Sponsor: $20
(Inquire Call/Text 213-608-5837 Jason)
Upon purchase, a representative will reach out to you for logo asset and any additional info required.
Filipino American Chambers of Commerce of Cerritos, Hollywood And Greater Pasadena presents Tri- Chamber Mash-Up - THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2021
The Coalition of Filipino American Chambers of Commerce is pleased to introduce the newest COFACC Executive Board Member, Mr. Jason Agcaoili, representing the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood (FACCHO)!
COFACC looks to support Jason in his efforts in leading his FACCHO organization to his unique vision, while also looking forward to the ideas and insights he will bring to the COFACC boardroom.
FACC-Hollywood Announces New President Jason Agcaoili
Our friend John Eric Swing passed away early this morning on Sunday, June 28, 2020 after battling the deadly COVID-19 disease.
Well known in our community, he facilitated the development of our Mission, Vision and Core Values at our roundtable sessions during the Summer of 2019. He was also the Executive Director for the Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) in Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles.
May he rest in peace and may his family find comfort and solace during this critical period.
As an influencer in the entertainment industry, the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood (FACCHO) invited our selectees to a presentation introducing our organization and our goals to increase diversity in Hollywood on Friday, October 25, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Valley Economic Alliance in Van Nuys, CA.
With the box office successes of "Crazy Rich Asians" and "Black Panther," it is time to bring Filipino stories and characters to the forefront of Hollywood. FACCHO is the only organization dedicated to unite and empower creative Filipino American professionals and businesses in the Entertainment Industry towards mainstream influence and exposure. Our vision is to bridge professional careers and businesses through facilitating networks and resources, opening opportunities, and promoting collaborations, but we cannot do it all alone. Your presence is important to help discuss and plan events to guide and influence passionate FilAm artists and entrepreneurs.
CONGRATULATIONS to one of our FACCHO Board of Directors -- Katherine Bercasio joins the Bayang Art and Music Collective!
The Bayang Art and Music Collective is a family owned and operated studio. BAMC offers private lessons and workshops in art and music to students of all ages. They also have free events for the entire family. To learn more, go to: https://thebayangs.com/ .
This Saturday, October 19, 2019, check out ART SHOW: CELEBRATING FILIPINO CULTURE with Special Performances with Toni Pasion and John Dean in Carson, California.
The Leadership Team of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood wish all of you a Safe and Happy Fourth of July!
This past Saturday, the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood (FACCHO) attended the 2019 FilAm Chamber of Commerce Tri-County Induction Gala.
Pictured here with our FACCHO President Paul Mirador, FACCHO Secretary Tiffany Porter and FACCHO Vice President Edwin Santos with Philippine Consulate General of Los Angeles Adelio Angelito S. Cruz and his wife, Catherine Amon Cruz at the DoubleTree Hilton in Claremont, California.
The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Tri-County (Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino) advocates for all businesses, provide opportunities for growth, and increase their competitiveness in the market place.
Congratulations to all inductees!
The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood (FACCHO) is a Community Partner again this year for films from the Philippines and the U.S. for the 35th Annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) from May 2-10, 2019.
And, we are co-presenting three films/programs this year: EERIE, I GOTCHU FAM, ALWAYS (SHORTS PROGRAM) and JOURNEY TO IFUGAO.
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Here are the following films/programs we are co-presenting:
FACCHO Co-Presenters: Edwin A. Santos and Craig Obligacion Wilson:
EERIE – North American Premiere; Friday, May 3rd at 9:30pm at Downtown Independent
Following-up on his critically acclaimed, social realist noir drama NEOMANILA, director Mikhail Red returns with his distinctly Filipino spin on the Catholic horror and nunsploitation genre set in an all-girls boarding school. In the contemporary spirit of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN and HEREDITARY, EERIE represents a solid contribution to a global horror canon. Filmmaker In Attendance.
Director: Mikhail Red
Writer: Mariah Reodica, Mikhail Red, Rae Red
Cast: Bea Alonzo, Charo Santos, Jake Cuenca
251 S Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
TICKET LINK: https://laapff2019.eventive.org/schedule/eerie-5ca076743b07ca002f7ca125
FACCHO Co-Presenters: Edwin A. Santos and Craig Obligacion Wilson:
I GOTCHU FAM, ALWAYS Shorts; Sunday, May 5th at 7pm at Downtown Independent
With Filmmakers In Attendance, there will be seven shorts including one Filipino American live-action film and one Filipino Canadian Oscar nominated animated film.
- Dive Bar: Dorothy Xiao
- For Your Consideration: Patrick Green
- Ganja Mama: Mukesh Vidyasagar
- Lumpia Campesina: Robert Karimi
- Mama Pingpong Social Club: Shiang An Chuang
- Shell Yeah: Ridge Hirano
- The Patients: Tess Paras
- Weekends: Trevor Jimenez
251 S Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
After a “bad fight” with her boyfriend, Filipina-American party girl Regina Ramos ends up in the ER where her Dad works. When her family rushes to her aid, they stumble to connect as a trending topic becomes a real-life issue that affects them all.
Director, Writer: Tess Paras
Director of Photography: Ludovica Isidori
Line Producer: Teresa Lee
Editor: Lakan De Leon
Cast: Tess Paras, Jon Jon Briones, Eugene Cordero, Melody Butiu, Josephine De Jesus, Lilan Bowden, Haneefah Wood
A young boy shuffles between the homes of his recently divorced parents. Surreal, dream-like moments mix with the domestic realities of a broken up family in this hand-animated film set in 1980’s Toronto. An Academy Award nominated short film this year.
Director: Trevor Jimenez
Producer: Jeremy Slome
Associate Producer: Mattie Brehm
Production Designer: Chris Sasaki
Sound Designer: Kenny Pickett
FACCHO Co-Presenters: Annie Nepomuceno and Edwin A. Santos:
JOURNEY TO IFUGAO – World Premiere; Wednesday, May 8th at 6:45pm at Regal L.A. Live
Director Nicanor Evangelista Jr.’s poetic and performance-based documentary feature traces the journey and coming together of five LA-based Filipino artists and healers, a subset of the diaspora, on their spiritual quest in search of identities and indigenous roots during a trip back to the Philippines. Filmmakers In Attendance.
Director: Nicanor Evangelista Jr.
Cast: Nicanor Evangelista Jr., Mamerto Tindongan, Chona Bernardo, Gary Jornacion, Diane Valencia, Veronica Mercado
REGAL L.A. LIVE, THEATER #13
1000 W Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA. 90015
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Presented by Visual Communications, the 35th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival will be May 2 - May 10, 2019. LAAPFF is the premiere showcase for the best and brightest of Asian Pacific American and international cinema. The largest festival of its kind in Southern California, LAAPFF is also a proud Academy Award®-qualifying film festival for the Short Film Awards.
Though born in Iowa, USA, Annie built her musical career in the Philippines. In 2001, her vocal group, Three of A Kind, which was under Star Records of ABS-CBN, settled in the USA and continued concertizing. Annie holds degree in Musicology and Composition from the University of the Philippines, and a Certificate in Music Business from UCLA.
While teaching music privately and performing, Annie heads Music Arts Events Inc which deals with "Everything Music” which includes concerts at the Ford Theatres' Concert Tours like that of Ryan Cayabyab, and multi-zone events like the Travel, Trade and Consumer Road Show of Asian Journal.
Known as an highly organized event producer, Annie is also a record producer, music publisher under BMI, and piano and voice teacher that specializes in teaching digital recording.
Annie is an Awit Award winner (the Philippine Grammy) for her vocal arrangements which appear on albums by Sharon Cuneta, Rachel Alejandro, The CompanY and many more. Annie was a regular on the LA18 TV Show “Kababayan Today” for three years. Annie has done musical theatre (as Lady Thiang in “The King and I” with Debbie Gibson in Thousand Oaks) and guested in concerts of the Filipino-American Symphony Orchestra, Kayamanan ng Lahi, and other special events in Los Angeles.
Such as what will be happening Sunday, April 7th. Annie is one of the many performers on “Ryan, Ryan: The Maestro and the Ryan Cayabyab Singers” live concert at the John Wayne Performing Arts Center, 1440 E. Broadway at 6pm in Glendale, California. Tickets are available now at www. ryanryan.eventbrite.com and use the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Hollywood’s discount code, FACCHO to help raise funds for the Chamber.
Annie is currently one of our Board of Directors in the Public Relations position.
Members are the life blood of our organization. By becoming a member, you gain access to people and businesses that can have a huge impact to your business needs. You also gain exclusive discounts to our events, and your membership supports FACCHO in its efforts to enhance our FilAm Community’s presence in the local industry.
Edwin Santos began blogging in 1995 when he was hired as Editor for the award-winning fansite, The Towne Cryer News on Renée Zellweger. He wrote about the entertainment business and film reviews of Zellweger's films until 2000.