This double feature homage to Filipino culture includes a origin myth about how pineapples were created, and a visual poem about two Filipino girls in love. Directed by Shalemar Coloma, as a student at NYU, the film is a charming retelling of old tales, shot on VHS and Super 8. The first piece is a wry parable about a wayward daughter named Pina who never listens to her mom. One day, her mom’s shoes turn up missing and Pina is tasked to find them. In the second story, two young women fall in love on the beach and ruminate on their possible lives together. The lively and playfully funny “The First Pinapple,” is contrasted with the reflective and lovely, “Storm Girls.” Taken together, “The Filipino Picture Show” is a fresh, insider ode to an underexposed culture. [Watch on YouTube]. (7 minutes). Directed by Shalemar Coloma. Starring Shalemar Coloma and Gelina Coloma.