Bela Padilla writes, co-produces her first digital film
MANILA, Philippines — A new romantic drama film created, co-written, and co-produced by Bela Padilla titled “Apply of My Eye” is set for a Valentine’s Day release on streaming service iWant.
“Apple of My Eye,” which serves as Padilla’s first digital project, stars young actors Marco Gumabao and Krystal Reyes.
“I’m extremely happy and proud to present another baby of mine, produced by people who believed in me from day 1!” Padilla wrote in an Instagram post on Saturday.
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I’m extremely happy and proud to present another baby of mine, produced by people who believed in me from day 1! Sir @montie08 thank you! And @dreamscapedigital thank you so much! ❤️ streaming this Valentine’s Day for free! Just download the @iwantofficial app 😘 directed by the amazing @_mayoman_ starring @krystalreyes08 and @gumabaomarco who are both so lovable in this! Special thanks also to my mentor throughout this whole process of creating new content @ethelme ❤️❤️❤️ sir @visionerickson for helping me form this dream team and my producer ma’am @joymtarce ! Maraming maraming salamat! I hope you guys enjoy this one! Will post teasers and trailers soon #APPleOfMyEye
The upcoming film is produced by Padilla and Dreamscape Digital, co-written by Andrian Legazpi and directed by James Robin Mayo.
It tells the story of Michael (Gumabao) and Apple (Reyes) whose lifestyle vary as the former heavily depends on technology for a living while the latter prefers to distance herself from social media.
The two will be brought together by fate, but their relationship will be put to test as secrets from their pasts unravel.
“Apple of My Eye” is Padilla’s second script following the 2017 dark romance drama film “Last Night” starring Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga. /cbb
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