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

My first independent short film in 10 years is an experimental film for grad school. Almost ready for audio post 😀 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. https://www.riannehillsoriano.com/films/isthmus/ #iska #indiefilm #shortfilm #independentfilm #experimentalfilm #gradschool #filmschool

FILMARTworks Blog is finally back on track!

Last March 2018, I finally got some time to fix my 12-year-old website and blog after enduring poor, uncaring web hosting services (I must admit, it’s true — you get what you pay for). Clearly, it took me over a decade to convince myself to invest a little more of my annual budget to get a decent web hosting company that can support someone like me who is an artist and writer with minimal knowledge on web developing, design, and security

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

How does technology affect your life? Shot December 2008, premiered June 2009... 6 years after premiere and 3 years after last award, Technophilia is still getting around. Check it out as "Film of the Day" for Viddsee, curated by Alem Ang. Shooting Format: 16mm Screening Format: HD Running Time: 7 minutes Acknowledgments: Colorwheel Media Studios, Korean Film Council (KOFIC), Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA), and Korea University (KU), Asian Film Professionals Training Program, Hit Productions You can check out more about the film via its Facebook

Rianne Hill Soriano Director’s Showreel 2015

This three-minute reel features selected directorial project clips from both my commercial works and independent films. These excerpts showcase animation, motion graphics and interactive video productions, emotion pieces with kid, family, couple, and adult characters, diverse genre scenes, natural and man-made tourist attractions, industrial spaces, and realty structures. Music inspired by Ghostpocalypse by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 and arranged and mixed by Philip Arvin Jarilla. Please watch in HD if you can. Thanks!

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

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