Posted on: November 16, 2013 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Radhaa Nilia Productions is proud to present short film ‘Frieght Train’ as one of the films screening to raise money for the victims of the recent Typhoon Haiya in the Philippines. The OneFilAm Film Festival which will be held on November 16, 2013, Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027 at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in the heart of Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA.

Freight Train is a short dramatic thriller Directed by Zen Freese of ZF Creative and produced by Radhaa Nilia Productions staring Raymond Bagatsing who is one of the Philippines most acclaimed actors. Raymond will be in attendance to help with the food drive and to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for his longstanding career throughout Asian and the Philippines.  Fans will have a chance to meet their favorite Filipino Celebrity and take pictures though are encouraged to show their support of the victims by bringing canned foods, blankets, and clothing which will be collected by GMA Network who will be filming the event.

“The Festival will showcase the Filipino American values, culture and tradition as most ideally found in the best of current independent films produced, directed or starred in by Filipino Americans” says Adrian Larcos the Festival Director.


Mr. Larcos continues “With Filipino Americans now estimated to number almost 4 million in the United States, the OneFilAm Film Festival will finally allow film lovers a unique opportunity to view on the big screen at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre movies which have won acclaim and have been lauded as fine examples of the Filipino American spirit and identity.’

The day will be filled with festivities, including a special performance by Filipino American Singer Songwriter Ayvee Verzonilla will be performing live.

Actress & Director Radhaa Nilia will be co-hosting the event with Miss Universe 2012.  In addition, Radhaa Nilia will be selling copies her Film ‘Hope Cafe’ which proceeds will be donated to the cause or purchase a copy of ‘Hope Cafe’ directly at

“I am honored to be a part of this film festival and fundraising event through my films. It is beautiful to bring community together at such a crucial time and strengthen the moral which is much needed right now.’ says Miss Nilia.


Moreover, the whole public park will be filled with booths representing the best of the Filipino American community of Los Angeles. Enjoy and experience featured FilAm food and cuisine, various art and photo exhibits, a myriad of entertainment numbers by upcoming talents and popular products and services to be presented by the premiere community organizations, non-profit foundations and business entities.

Ribbon cutting ceremony starts at 9am. Raymond Bagatsing’s much anticipated ‘Freight Train’ screens at 3:30pm followed by Award Ceremonies at 6pm.

Please come and join the OneFilAm Film Festival and be a part of the celebration of Filipino American culture and heritage as showcased on film. For inquiries please email us at or call 818-584-6588. Like the OneFilAm

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