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Current Projects

Tuldok Animation's RISE Project Receives CCP Innovation Grant

As part of its calibrated response towards the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP)  implemented an Innovation Grants Program.

This paved the way for Tuldok's RISE Project, which opened the doors to the production of the Bernardo Carpio comics with augmented reality component and the short animated films Bernardo Carpio, Si Bulusan nan si Agingay, and Sulayman.

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Tuldok Animation's Short Animated Documentary Receives IPOPHL Grant

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Si Bulusan nan si Agingay Project 

 This legend originates from a town in Sorsogon, the mystical Bulusan Volcano, and the Bulusan Lake. In the story, the brave and handsome Bulusan and beautiful Agingay live happily under the shadow of the volcano, but, unknown to the happily married couple, evil lurks in the shadows in the person of Casiguran. Driven by extreme jealousy, Casiguran finds the opportunity to eliminate Bulusan, the person he hates.


Project Background

The short film helmed by Dudz Clotario is made using shadow lightbox display and animated using frame-by-frame paper animation.

It is funded by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) through the NCCA Film Grant and the CCP Innovation Grant.