My Fake American Accent to be screened at IndieSine, June 17-23


The Cinemalaya 2008 entry My Fake American Accent tackles the lives of call center agents.



Robinsons Galleria's IndieSine presents the 2008 Cinemalaya entry titled My Fake American Accent. It will be screened from June 17-23, 2009.

This slice-of-life workplace comedy follows the lives of several
Technical Support call center agents based in the Ortigas Business
District in a span of six months. These call center agents belong to a
single team. They handle calls and provide inbound tech support for the
American customers of an internet company in the U.S.

Speaking in a fake American accent is a prerequisite for the job. This is an inside look into the maddening, sleep deprived, caffeine-fuelled lives of those who ply their trade in the call center industry.


The film stars theater actress Mailes Kanapi, Jonathan Neri, Martin Dela Paz, Cherry Mae Canton, Miro Valera, and Tracy Abad

Director: Ned Trespeces

Producer: Onnah Valera

Screenwriter: Ned Trespeces,Onnah Valera

Cinematographer: Jke See

Production Designer: Miriam Lacaba

Editor: Jay Mauricio

Music Miro Valera


Screening Schedule: June 17-23, 2009

Venue: IndieSine, Robinsons Galleria, Ortigas Center


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