Cesar Hernando's Mula sa Mga Aninong Gumagalaw: Behind The Scenes 1971-2001 collects snapshots taken by the artist over te course of three decades working in Philippine Cinema. A Fine Arts graduate from the University of Santo Tomas, he begas as assistant director to National Artist Ishmael Bernal for his debut feature, Pagdating sa Dulo (1971). Later on, he would garner accolades and awards for his meticulously researched and imaginative designs for Mike de Leon's kisapmata (1981) and AKO Batch '81 (1982) as well as for Maryo J. de los Reyes's Tagos ng Dugo (1987) starring Vilma Santos. But aside from the mainstream, he was also a key figure in the underground cinema of the 1980s -- a precursor to the "indie" scene in the 2000s -- by collaborating with a new generation of filmmakers including Palm D'Or recipient, Raymond Red. He would do production design on the latter's first full-length feature, Bayani (1993). Hernando would also design Lav Diaz's five-hour film, Batang West Side (2001).