by CJ Andaluz
a/comedy Musical, socio-political satire
In development, Script available; Looking for financial partners
Pixel Artmedia, Maison ZBZ
Uncle Sam, the ever-imposing patriarch of the Batungbakal family continues to exert his westernized ideologies on this family – from his children to his grandchildren. Already in his twilight, Uncle Sam meets continued resistance from his eldest son George Washington, who cannot take any more of his father’s-condescension and fanaticism towards everything American. A story of all Filipino families that continue to search for their individual and collective identity in the core of prevailing problems and varied socio-political influences.
CJ Andaluz is a prolific director, screenwriter, and champion of culture and arts in The Philippines. Graduated AB MassCommunication major in Broadcasting at CentroEscolar University, Manila. Creative director of Pixel Art Media Production Company for over 17 years. Director of Catholic Mass Media AwardeeTV program and award-winning films; Sisa(2008), Nekro (2008), Kitil (2012), and Tatay Rudy(2021). The most noteworthy of which is the documentary of 20 Philippine National Artists -from Gerry de Leon, Nick Joaquin, and Lucresia Kasilag to Kidlat Tahimik.