Serve is a Filipino-Canadian filmmaker based in a highrise community in downtown Toronto known as “Bleecker Street”. His work explores boyhood and sports culture in urban and familial settings. After spending his young adulthood pursuing a professional basketball career overseas, Serville has used the locker room to revise and retell adolescent gender roles and friendships.
Serve's debut feature film, “Altar Boy”, follows Daniel, a soft-spoken Filipino teen, as he navigates adolescence was released on November 22, 2022, by Mongrel Media and is available on Apple TV. Serve is now in post-production on his second feature-length film titled "Lovely". He is also in the investigative stage for his short documentary "King's Court" with the National Film Board and is developing his pilot television script with the BIPOC TV & FILM episodic program. Serve has also directed films for brands such as SIDIA, Oremme, Live Tinted, DKNY and Maybelline New York.
Serve is 6 feet tall, 12.1429 stones, and his shoe size is 44. He enjoys riding his bike through the city, playing basketball, and listening to music. His favourite foods are cereal, donuts and avocados.
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