Filipino-Australian actor Felino Dolloso is one of those actors who has had been able to star in stage, TV and film and has built up an impressive resume. He recently had starring roles in two feature films that came to our attention, The Devil’s 6 Commandments, written and directed by Dicky Tanuwidjaya (a film that intertwines 6 stories of revenge), and Callabona Red, written and directed by Martin Ponferrada (about a group of petty thugs whose leader goes missing and fractured dynamics ensues) and can be seen in the upcoming films director Amin Palangi’s, Seeing the Elephant (based on a collection of short stories) and The King’s Seed by director Vanna Seang.
And for those in Australia, Felino can be seen in the upcoming stage production, A Quiet Night In Rangoon, August 18th through September 10th by Subtlenuance Theater in association with The Spare Room at the New Theater.
Our team in Sydney sat down with Felino to talk about the films, A Quiet Night In Rangoon, and about being a working actor in the Australian film industry.
Interviewed by Annette Shun Wah, Photographed and Edited by Pearl Tan