Nag Flag Na? by Augustino Panganon

Jan 24, 2014 // By:switotwins digital storytelling // 3 comments

How important is school for a girl who has to cross rivers to get to her campus? This story tells you how.

Written and illustrated by Augustino Panganon and animated by James Vincent Laña, the film Nag Flag Na? was produced by Switotwins Digial Storytelling from the workshop of Kids for Peace Foundation. This animated short was an entry of the 9th Mindanao Film Festival screened in Gaisano Mall of Davao and Nabunturan Indie Film Exhibition (NABIFILMEX).

Voice overs by Mary Catherine Diaz and Marben Picar.


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Switotwins Digital Storytelling is a Philippine based digital storytelling journal that aims to provide a venue for everyone to express themselves in the fields of writing, drawing, voice recording, animations, and creating videos. We conduct workshops everywhere possible in the Philippines so that anyone may be able to tell their inspiring stories to the world.

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  • this video is nostalgic. I remember the ATBP and SIneskwela days, not to mention Batang Batibot days. Very nice presentation. 🙂

    • Thank you for the comment. We are so glad you like it. If you have stories similar to this or know anyone who would like to submit, please feel free to send to us. Thank you 🙂

  • Now I am thinking of my students who are walking kilometers after kilometers just to arrive in school. If only they have accessible transpo that would help them. Some are actually lucky to have a bicycle of their own.