For aspiring filmmakers out there, quarantine lockdown might be a perfect time for you to learn the art of filming. As various film festivals and markets shift to the virtual world, producers and filmmakers also adapt to the new normal set up by pitching their projects online.
Learn some tips and tricks from film experts on film funding and making clients say YES by weaponizing your eyes and powerful decks.
Victor Villanueva is the director of the blockbuster film Patay na si Hesus (2016), My Paranormal Romance (2011), and Ang Nanay ni Justin Barber (2014). He is also one of the Binisaya Film Movement collaborators with Keith Deligro and other Cebuano filmmakers.
Remton Zuasola is an Urian-Verified filmmaker with centuries of experience in pitching for clients. He is a director and production designer, known for Ang Damgo Ni Eleuteria (2010), Swap (2015), and To Siomai Love (2009).
Gale Osorio is a fellow of Busan Asian Film School, a resident of Pustnik Screenwriters, a Berlinale Talents alumni and a trainee in TorinoFilmLab Story Editor. She produced Keith Deligero’s features Iskawalags (2013) and Lily (2016) and the short film Babylon (2017), which won local and international awards and was selected in the Shorts Competition of the Berlinale Film Festival. She also participated at Ties That Bind with the feature version of Babylon in 2019.
They will be sharing their success/rejection stories and secrets to film hustling and deck making.
HOW TO JOIN?
The Masterclass will be held live on October 17, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PST) via ZOOM.
The registration fee is ₱ 300 via GCash 09293396508 (ONLY).
To participate in the Masterclass,
You may also check out the official BINISAYA Facebook page for updates and announcements.
Watch more local films on MOOV, Cinema Centenario’s video on-demand online channel.