The Tagalog Dub of The Kingmaker Is Now Streaming For Free 

Versions in Bisaya, Ilocano, Bicol, and Hiligaynon are on their way.

The Kingmaker director Lauren Greenfield has finally released the Tagalog-dubbed version of the critically-acclaimed documentary. The Kingmaker’s English version was made available for free just two weeks ago, but viewers were eager for a Tagalog version that could reach those who preferred watching videos in their mother tongue. 

Greenfield was happy to accommodate the request. Now, not only will audiences get the chance to watch the Tagalog dub, but versions in Bisaya, Ilocano, Bicol, and Hiligaynon as well. Creating new dubbed versions of a documentary is no easy task, so viewers will have to wait a few more weeks before the other four versions are out. But for now, Filipino audiences can enjoy the Tagalog-dubbed and Tagalog-subtitled version for free on Vimeo. 

The English version is also available on Vimeo and YouTube. 

The documentary follows interviews with 92-year-old Imelda Marcos as she looks back on her life during the height of her family’s power. The Kingmaker is an analysis of the mentality of the powerful clan, and a dissection of their version of history—and reality. 

Watch the full documentary below, in English or Tagalog. 


THE KINGMAKER (Tagalog Dub/Tagalog Subs) from EVERGREEN PICTURES on Vimeo.


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