THE Salamindanaw Asian Film Festival takes place in the southern island of Mindanao annually and provides a platform for indigenous and Muslim filmmakers to connect with mainstream audiences in General Santos City and serves as a regional hub for Southeast Asian cinema.

Filmmakers can also connect with audiences in other parts of the region via online streaming of their films which showcase the issues and concerns of the Bangsamoro homeland and of the Indigenous communities. Filmmaker and writer Gutierrez "Teng" Mangansakan founded the Salamindanaw Asian Film Festival in 2016. It is anchored in its mission to be a mirror (salamin) of peace (salaam) in Mindanao, the second-largest island group in the Philippines, hence the name, Salamindanaw.

Premium Subscription
P 80 per month
(billed annually at P 960)
  • Unlimited ad-free access to website articles
  • Access to subscriber exclusive website contents
  • Access to the Digital Edition (up to 3 devices)

Digital + Print
P 830 per month
(billed annually at P 9,960)
  • Ad-free online access
  • Access to the Digital Edition
  • Print copies**
***Not available for delivery outside of the Philippines. Delivery charges may apply to subscribers outside of Metro Manila

(No free trial for this plan)