An Animated Story for The Philippines National Anthem

On June 11, 2012, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and Rock Ed Radio created a fully animated music video of the Philippines' National Anthem.

Directed and animated by Arnold Arre and performed by jazz rock band, Radioactive Sago Project.

The opening scene from the video.
The opening scene from the video.

The animated video was NHCP and ROCK ED RADIO was gift to all Filipinos as a celebration of the 114th Independence Day on 2012.

Scenes from the video consists of the different ethnic groups in the Philippines, a man serenading a Filipina, the 1986 Philippine Revolution against Spain, the Bataan Death March, and then after the tragic events from the history, the video displayed the wonderful Mayon Volcano showing that the nation has so many wonderful things show the world and for the last scene, a couple carrying a baby as a sign of the new generation.

The video starts and ends with the Philippines National Flag.

A note from Rock Ed Radio
We allow use and downloading of this video especially for purposes of ceremony. Anyone can screen this video as accompaniment to a flag ceremony, a closing rite, etc. If your school, corporation, event, company, family, would like to use this video, we only request that you do so with the proper nod to the Flag and Heraldic Code of the Philippines and that you acknowledge the artists involved in the production of this video. If user of this video is found not abiding by the Heraldic Law, kindly report to the National Historical Commission of the Philippines for proper action.

Maraming Salamat po at maligayang Araw ng Kalayaan sa lahat.

Declaration of Philippine Independence

The Independence Day was proclaimed on June 12, 1898 in Cavite II el Viejo, now called Kawit, Cavite, Philippines. The Filipino people proclaimed the sovereignty and independence of the Philippine Islands from the colonial rule of Spain. Source: Wikipedia

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