Eric de Guia (born October 3, 1942 in Baguio City, Philippines), better known as Kidlat Tahimik (a Tagalog translation of “quiet lightning”), is a movie director, writer and actor whose films are commonly associated with the Third Cinema movement through their critiques of neocolonialism.
Tahimik attented the University of the Philippines, where he was a member of the Student Council, then known as the University Student Union, from 1962 to 1963. While attending the university he became a member of the Upsilon Sigma Phi fraternity. Kidlat Tahimik studied at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, earned a Master in Business Administration, and worked as a researcher for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris from 1968 to 1972.
Tahimik grew up in Baguio City, Philippines, a summer resort community established in the presence of several U.S. Military bases. This experience was a weighty influence on the themes of his… read more
Movies made by a Filipino are not available to watch here in the Philippines. Kafkaesque. I want to watch the films above so bad.