a business of quality and full-service entertainment production


DVent Productions is not all about fine ideas, but also their immaculate execution.

It is a multi-national full-service entertainment production company that you can lean on from germination to seedling to fruition, in a manner of speaking. While it has proven its mettle despite its relative youth in the industry, DVent does not rest on its laurels; it still boasts of high-caliber technical work in pre- and postproduction, artist management, and the staging and production of concerts, music videos, independent films, and other related output. It has partnered with production outfits from several key cities around the world, including London, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Singapore, Dubai, and Nigeria, to name a few.

World-renowned brands like Sony, Puma, Rayban, and Levi’s, as well as regional giants San Miguel, Du Telco, and Smart, have also shown confidence in DVent by helping mount some of its ventures. On top of its growing assemblage of logistically sound, technically efficient output, DVent, above all, prides itself in its artistic vision, a vision recognized by some of world’s finest creative overseers through the bequeathing of a number of awards. Regardless of genre, no matter the bent, one name promises to deliver: DVent



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Maria Diane Ventura

Award Winning Director, Essayist and Producer

Filmmaker Diane Ventura has vacillated beautifully between marginalia and center-page in her artistic output. She has served as creator and collaborator, orchestrator and singular player, master and pupil. She has watched and learned and done, and is on a creative crescendo that is far from over. From lending a producer’s hand on award winning critically acclaimed music videos, to executive-producing a string of sold-out arena shows featuring Asian rock artists, Diane has now broken into the world of film, a craft of which she was both formal student and long-time renegade disciple.

All starry roads point to her mind-bending short from 2012, TheRapist, which was cited as among the Most Popular Films and Best Short Films at the International Film Festival Manhattan (IFFM) in New York. It has since debuted online over Singapore-based indie-film portal Viddsee, where it was the featured film in December 2013, and where, more recently, it was shortlisted as among the Best Short Films in Asia. Her first feature-length work, Awaken, yet another masterful exploration of dream states and altered consciousness, is slated for a late-2014 release. Diane's feature directorial debut just bagged her the Best Director for Global Feature award at the Manhattan Festival in New York  last 2014 as well as Best Narrative Feature at the recently concluded World Cinema Festival in Brazil. “I like exploring the dichotomy, dual nature, and inner conflict, as well as the contradictions and paradoxes of, the characters and themes of my films.  Life is never one-dimensional,” the young director shared.