Talented, multidisciplinary creative with over 12 years of experience in global television and corporate video production. Success in roles as a writer, producer, videographer and editor.  Agile, thoughtful, provocative, a self-igniter and fierce collaborator in corporate and freelance environments. Passionate about bringing future projects a distinct point of view through strong storytelling and narrative vision. 

Jethro is an award-winning filmmaker based in San Francisco, California. He is one of the fellows for the National MediaMaker 2016 Program at BAVC (Bay Area Video Coalition) for his film #MyNameIs, a documentary feature following a protest movement against Facebook's "real" name policy. In 2015, he was the featured filmmaker for Kearney Street Workshop’s APAture, the oldest Asian American Arts Collective Festival in the US. His documentary film entitled My Revolutionary Mother was cited as the best documentary film in the Philippines for 2015 by the film critics collective of pinoyrebyu.com and won Best Short Documentary awards at several film festivals. He co-produced a short film entitled Miss Finknagle Succumbs to Chaos, audience choice winner at Playground Film Festival and official selection to Frameline38 Film Festival. He is also the production manager of Cheryl Dunye’s Black is Blue, Best Short Audience Award winner at Frameline38. He is currently in post production for his first feature documentary film 50 Years of Fabulous which chronicles the 50-year history of the oldest surviving LGBT charitable organization in the US, the Imperial Council of San Francisco. He produced and directed a short docu-series for the San Francisco Pride organization featuring some of the Pride Grand Marshals of 2016 and 2017.

Jethro is an experienced video producer and editor and has produced content for NextGen Climate, Google Street View, MTV Philippines, QTV 11, GMA 7, ABC 5 and MYX 23 among others. Jethro completed a Bachelor of Science in Film and Video Production at the Art Institute of California – San Francisco.

Jethro is Mr. Gay San Francisco 2016-17 and Mr Gay Asian Pacific Alliance 2012. He founded Take the Test, a campaign which promotes HIV testing and counseling in the Philippines. He is also a music artist with a single released in ITunes.

12 years experience in video production.

Jethro has created content for Google, Checkpoint, Glaxosmithkline, FCUK, Levis, Inquirer, Packard Foundation, The Jewish Community Federation, Sephora, CAVEC, MTV Philippines, Studio 23 MYX, GMA7, QTV 11 and ABC5 among others.

PRODUCED AND DIRECTED A DOCU-SERIES FOR SF PRIDE.

SF Pride collaborated with filmmaker Jethro Patalinghug in producing short documentaries highlighting the Community Grand Marshals of 2016 and 2017.

 

Award-winning documentary filmmaker.

Jethro's "My Revolutionary Mother" has been cited as the best documentary film in the Philippines for 2015 by pinoyrebyu.com and has won several Best Documentary Short awards. His currently film #MyNameIs is one of the few selected to participate in the National MediaMaker Fellowship Program 2016 of the Bay Area Video Coalition. Jethro has been awarded the Jose Sarria Honors by the International Court System for his film "50 Years of Fabulous".

 

Narrative Experience

 

Jethro is the co-producer for the short film "Miss Finknagle Succumbs to Chaos" directed by Amy Harrison, audience choice winner in Playground Film Festival 2014 and official selection to Frameline 38. He is also the production manager to Cheryl Dunye's award winning short "Black is Blue", audience choice winner at Frameline 38.