Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Wanted: LINE PRODUCER for a Full-Length Digital Film [to be shot in France and the Philippines]

we are looking for a line producer for a full-length digital film to be shot in france and the philippines.

this light drama is about the friendship between two women who meet and become good friends in paris, france. but tragedy strikes and they will be forced to go to the philippines.

most of the film will be shot here in the philippines. in that regard, we will need somebody who can line produce it.

the producer, director and scriptwriter are all french nationals who are based in paris [except for the producer, who is based in new york]. we want to make all the necessary arrangements first before they come here in time for the pre-prod and the shoot.

the tentative dates of pre-prod is early feb 2010. and we'll start the 6-week location shoot by april 2010.

these are all the details i'm allowed to divulge right now. if you have any queries, you may email me at the email address below.

anyway, if you are interested, please email your:
resume /curriculum vitae
- [and if you are representing a production company / group, please email me the
company profile, too]

to: copalomares@gmail.com

on or before
march 25 / wednesday, 5pm.

please forward this message to anyone who may be interested.

thank you very much.

[banawe rice terraces pic from http://simplykate25.blogspot.com/2008/06/beautiful-philippines.html
eiffel tower pic from http://arttriptoeurope.blogspot.com/]

Original post after the jump.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Dibu[h]o Art Exhibit Opens March 13

The UP Film Institute, in cooperation with Kyusoku Bihaku, celebrates the International Women’s Day with an exhibit entitled DIBU[H]O. The exhibit opens on March 13, 2009, Friday, 7:00 PM at the Ishmael Bernal Gallery.

Without a critical look at women and their historical struggles, celebrating Women’s Month risks becoming an empty gesture—a false resistance accommodated by a patriarchal society. The artists behind Dibu[h]o assert an analytical stance and propose a re-examination of the woman in society by means of investigating a variety of different concerns. Using an array of methods and materials, the exhibition tackles issues including the woman as social agent, as ideological subject, the woman as commodity, the woman at home, and the woman as a lover of women.

The UP Film Institute is the first and only Philippine School accredited by CILECT: International Association of Film and Television Schools since 1984. UPFI combines instruction with creative work, research and publication. UPFI graduates achieve proficiency in technical, creative, substantive and ethical filmmaking as well as holistic consciousness.

For more information or queries, contact Ms. Sarah Garcia at 09272411302 or the UP Film Institute at 9818500 (UP Trunkline) local 4286, 4289; 9262722 (Telefax); 9263640 (Cinema Hotline); 9250286.