Dog Days follows the agony of being Michael Jordan Ulili, a teenager without family, a basketball superstar without a team. As he uncovers the myth of his destiny, he speeds into his own road to ruin, a dark path where crystal meth and blood magic ultimately test his capability to sustain a life that he doesn’t know what to do with.
Timmy Harn has made short films that have participated in local and international film festivals. One of them, “Class Picture” (as Tito & Tito with filmmaker Gym Lumbera) was screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival New Waves Program. It also won Best Experimental Film at the 2011 Gawad CCP Short Film Festival. His first feature “Reptilia in Suburbia” received several nominations in the 2013 Cinema One Originals Film Festival. The film is also an official selection in the Olhar de Cinema-Curitiba International Film Festival 2014 and had its North American premiere at the San Diego Asian Film Festival.