Our students are taught the conceptual and technical aspects of filmmaking, ready to become the next generation of successful, visual storytellers.


Kani Villaflor’s thesis project for MINT “Logro” was a short film entry to Cinemalaya 2018, and the Short Film Corner at Cannes Film Festival in the same year. It follows the story of Bruno, a person with dwarfism. Unsatisfied with his work, salary, and treatment, he joins an underground fight club to earn his way to the prize money and in the hopes of reaching his aspirations.

Villaflor shares that Logro came from his fascination with a bar in Makati that features little people who fight in the ring.

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CHED ACCREDITATION: G.R. 089, Series of 2015

We recognise that the media landscape and the art of entertainment are evolving. Our Film program nurtures well rounded, collaborative, and adaptable professionals who are able to create for a whole range of media platforms.

From the big and small screens to the mobile device in your hands, from award-winning films to viral web content, our students are the next generation of creative storytellers and filmmakers.

We ensure that our students are producing at a professional level early on. They get hands-on experience with the latest equipment and learn from industry leaders who emphasize process and best practice through an interdisciplinary approach that merges arts, business, and technology. Our students graduate confident and ready for the dynamic entertainment industry of today, as well as tomorrow.


Our faculty, and the educators we invite, are rich in professional experience. With mentors like them at the helm, our students graduate with the skills and mindset to make waves in the industry.


Amparo “Ampi” Pe, Program Head. After receiving her Masters in Communication from the esteemed Annenberg School at the University of Southern California, she became an associate editor under the Chris Connelly at Premiere Magazine. She has produced for the revered news outlet, Probe with Cheche Lazaro, and has managed productions for a variety of illustrious clients. She draws upon her impressive background to train students in the art of visual storytelling.


Check out some of the activities our students have been up to recently, and some of the more notable projects they’ve had!



In Reel Life is a showcase of MINT student filmmakers' original films and videos. This creative platform offers entertainment, and a unique point of view seen through the eyes of filmmakers just starting their young careers.


We firmly believe that education should be accessible, especially for academically excellent and talented students. We offer partial academic and talent scholarships for all our programs.

Stay tuned for more info about our Film Program. We are curating the best works of our students and we can’t wait to show them to you. For the meantime, feel free to explore our website, or inquire here.