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After my 10-year hiatus on independent filmmaking, wrapping up post for my very first experimental film

My first independent short film in 10 years is an experimental film for grad school. This is going to be my most personal film to date and it feels great to work on something new (aside from going back to my roots) after working on mostly branded shorts during my indie hiatus.

An Epiphany: This decade is the Second Wave of the Digital Revolution in film and TV — It’s time to evolve

I read this post, alongside the many news reports about the 2019 Academy Awards lobbying for the qualification of the Alfonso Cuaron film “Roma,” being a Netflix film with minimal theatrical release

My Film ‘Technophilia’ is Film of the Day at Viddsee

The Viddsee film Technophilia by Rianne Hill Soriano is about a guy who he is completely wired but totally disconnected on a date.

‘Deep Sea 3’ Film Review: Underwater magic

The IMAX experience lets you sink way down for that stereoscopic 3D acquaintance with the grandeur of the deep seas through the splendor of underwater cinematography. Indeed, with 3D images so crisp and engrossing, this movie takes you to another world that is filled with an array of both familiar and unfamiliar sea creatures. 

‘U2 3D’ Film Review: A concert experience for the price of an IMAX ticket

“U2 3D” is a spectacular, musically and visually superb experience simulating a front row view and beyond of a U2 concert, probably the closest you can get to the real thing at this point of time. This concert documentary offers an immersive experience simulating a front-row view and beyond of a U2 concert.

‘Beowulf’ (2007) Film Review: Motion-capture statement

For its time, “Beowulf” takes tremendous artistic license to blend CGI and motion-capture technology, then renders it in IMAX 3D to bring a level of hyperreality for the audience to savor on screen.

‘Shrek the Third’ Film Review: The slapstick third

The Shrek franchise comes up with its third installment quite inferior to the first two. Shrek the Third tries to do its best to bring out some laugh-inducing slapstick from the can. At least, it has the very humor that Shrek fans have come to expect.

Hello, World Wide Web!

“Hello, World Wide Web!” This is my very first blog post. It’s year 2006 in Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines. I would like to thank my SEO-savvy boss for pushing me to buy my own domain name and coming up with my own blog to serve as repository of my published articles in Yehey.com. This allowed me to self-study basic HTML, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and Search Engine Marketing (SEM). I’m sure these skills will be very beneficial to me for the many decades to come. I started my work as Professional Writer for Entertainment at Yehey! in 2005. As I retain

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