Learn the rudiments of motion picture photography from the University of Visayas New School of Arts and Design.
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) defines cinematography as:
“… a creative and interpretive process that culminates in the authorship of an original work of art rather than the simple recording of a physical event. Cinematography is not a subcategory of photography. Rather, photography is but one craft that the cinematographer uses in addition to other physical, organizational, managerial, interpretive and image-manipulating techniques to effect one coherent process.”
UV New School of Art & Design (UVNS) is a venue where aspiring creatives can to hone talent and passion within a dynamic program and system that works exclusively for artists.
Mentors are all professionals in their respective fields who are keen to pass on their knowledge and experience, to help participants realize true potential with the correct set of fundamentals and the right amount of discipline.
Sine Pinoy National Festival Summer Workshop
Auditions this April 23 and 24 (MON and TUES)
at KOA TREE House 1pm to 7pm
Auditions for ACTING, SINGING and DANCING for kids, teenagers and adults! See you later at the KOA TREE House from 1pm to 7pm
Five lucky individuals will be given a full scholarship while ten other select applicants will get fabulous discounts on the workshop.
For more information, please contact 09232434815
American film director, screenwriter and composer Hal Hartley is a key figure in the American independent film movement, with a career beginning 1980s and 1990s.
Cinephile Night this Thursday (April 21) features the film THE BOOK OF LIFE– written and directed by Hartley, released in 1998, and was one of the first films shot on digital video.
The FREE showing begins 730 PM at the Tioseco-Bohinc Film Archive.
Continue reading Hal Hartley’s THE BOOK OF LIFE at Cinephile Night, 4/21
John Sayles’ historical independent film “AMIGO” was screened in Cebu last February 10 and 11.
SineBuano thanks member Daniel Egos for pitching in with our Amigo filmmaker-friends through the screenings and related events, for his write-up about the experience to follow and to Mary Lizbeth for the photos.
Continue reading AMIGO in Cebu, 2/10 to 2/11
Negros Occidental’s independent filmmaking scene comes alive this January 26 to 30 through the 2nd Bacollywood Negros Film Festival. Numerous independent films are going to be shown for free at the universities and colleges in Bacolod City.
The aim of the Festival is to gather all Negrense and regional filmmakers into one event that would showcase their films. It is also a venue for discussion and promtion of Independent Film Making in the region.
Bacollywood is cooperative production of the Produksyon Tramontina with Bacolod schools and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
Check out the partial list of independent cinematic works to be screened after the jump.
Continue reading Bacollywood – Negros Independent filmmaking Scene