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Bernardo Carpio (Comics with augmented reality): Behind the scenes

https://youtu.be/t_a9jAvq0ew https://youtu.be/t_a9jAvq0ew More information at: Tuldok Animation: Bernardo Carpio website Working in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns Assets for mobile app Testing our mobile app's AR capability. Trivia assets for the mobile app Testing 360 video

Bernardo Carpio (Animated Short Film): Behind the scenes

Tuldok Animation Studios’ RISE Project Soft Launch and Tuldok’s 16th Anniversary Celebration

https://youtu.be/VG2vXrOcC88 Soft launch of Tuldok Animation Studios' RISE Project, a grant from the Cultural Center of the Philippines' Innovation Grants 2021. This project features the two short films Si Bulusan nan si Agingay at Sulayman and the comics with augmented reality component Bernardo Carpio.

(Webisode) PARKonversations: The Art of the Short Film

https://fb.watch/c3PX8f-eEF/ The month of February is the National Arts Month, under Proclamation No. 683, s. 1991. The celebration aims to conserve, promote, and popularize our historical and cultural heritage and resources, as well as artistic creations. To culminate the celebration, join our PARKonversations webisode entitled “The Art of the Short Film” with Director, Producer, and Writer Rianne Hill Soriano. *Participants who will join the webinar and answer the evaluation form will receive digital certificates. For Zoom participants, kindly register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2DBV3_xIQqWqqA6XqS6xAA

(Webinar) Documentary Filmmaking in the Philippines: The Future of Documentary

It is said that documentaries formulated the historical roots of the Philippines! 🎥🇵🇭 It was a meaningful afternoon that gave me the privilege of moderating this event entitled: (Webinar) Documentary Filmmaking in the Philippines: The Future of Documentary with speakers Baby Ruth Villarama at Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala. Mabuhay! https://fb.watch/c3PO5we5_v/

(Reflection Paper) Story + Vision → Storytelling

Reflection Paper on "Gasman" and "The Rats" from "Wild Tales" for My Advanced Directing Class In a film, every story and vision should lead to a suitable storytelling. A material given to a filmmaker evolves based on the specific vision developed alongside it, which means a single material distributed for production to different directors and production teams would always end up as different films. This magic in the collaborative process of filmmaking allows the exploration of various themes, styles, and depictions,

Cine Europa 16 promotes stronger European-Filipino ties

Now on its 16th edition, the annual Cine Europa Film Festival, once again, opens its doors to free public screenings of compelling European film titles for Filipinos. This year, the festival partners with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and the Independent Filmmakers' Cooperative (IFC) to create a more expansive cinema program for its ever-increasing audience. This two-month celebration of film and culture happens from September to October 2013 across the Philippines. It features 21 European films from 18

Finally, a dedicated program of shorts on the big screen

A selection of 7 short films by the Katorse Writers Group (Batch 14 workshop participants of Ricky Lee’s scriptwriting workshops) graces Robinson’s Galleria’s Indie Sine with “Katorse Shorts,” a selection of 7 short films in a dedicated program normally given to full-length films only. With themes ranging from the romantic to the absurd to the tragic, the program is meant to bring to the consciousness of Filipino audiences that the short film medium is also a cinematic art form that can

Pinoy filmmakers shine at Busan International Film Fest ‘09

The film city of Busan, Korea paved way for another successful year for the prestigious Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) from Oct. 8 to 16, 2009. The Philippines, once again, made big waves in this year’s festival. In its 14th year, BIFF has truly evolved to become one of the most important film festivals that filmmakers, film professionals, cinephiles, and the general film audience look forward to every October. For this year, 355 films from 70 countries (a record number) were

Japanese Film Festival Eiga Sai opens on July 8, 2008

In celebration of Philippines - Japan Friendship Month, the Japan Foundation, Manila, in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan, the Shangri-La Plaza Mall, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and the UP Film Institute presents a glimpse of the Japanese culture in Eiga Sai '08. This year's offering brings together 5 contemporary, 1 classical and 2 animae/manga films in 35mm format for Japanese film enthusiasts and the general public. An invitational screening of "We Shall Overcome Someday" (Pacchigi) by director Kazuyuki

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