Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop 3

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Hi everyone, we are inviting you to the upcoming Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop 3 (BMFW) which is a 7-day intensive training (from March 28 to April 3, 2016,) at Center Stage Productions 947 Busilak St. Barangka Drive, Mandaluyong City.

BRILLANTE MA MENDOZA is a living national treasure of Philippine independent cinema. He is one of the most prominent and important Filipino filmmakers today. He is the first Filipino to compete and won in 3 major international film festivals, showing authentic Filipino stories to the world.

MENDOZA IS REGARDED BY THE WORLD’S FILM CRITICS AS AN ULTRA-NEO REALIST FOR HIS FILMS THAT DEPICT SOCIAL REALITIES


WHAT: Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop 3                      (BMFW)
WHEN: March 28- April 3, 2016
WHERE: Centerstage Productions
             947 Busilak St. Barangka Drive, Mandaluyong City

*Limited slots only

For inquiries please contact:
Cernter Stage Productions Inc. - 531-9831
Carlo Valenzona - carlovalenzona@gmail.com / 09178053026
Christine Florendo - chrisflorendo@rocketmail.com / 09278177661
Raymund Gutierrez - raymundribay@hotmail.com /09166437891


ACTING WORKSHOP (FOUND ACTING)
- A 7-day intensive workshop from 9am-5pm, inclusive of lunch and afternoon snacks
- participant is expected to act in the short film made by the directing workshopper at the end of the workshop

DIRECTING WORKSHOP
- with introduction to Cinematography, Production Design, Editing
- A 7-day intensive workshop from 9am-5pm, inclusive of lunch and afternoon snacks
- participant is expected to create a short film at the end of the workshop
- participant is expected to bring his/her own laptop for editing purposes

Visit: http://brillantemamendoza.com/ to find out more.


Mendoza’s films are commercially shown in Europe, affording the cinema-loving European audience a glimpse of contemporary Philippine society.

For his achievements and stature in world cinema, various film festivals all over the world have invited Mendoza to sit not only as Jury Member, but as Jury President as well.

Today, Mendoza continues to make socially relevant films and documentaries that depict the lives of the Filipinos and the marginalized sectors of society, cultivating an audience for Alternative Cinema by showing my films in different schools all over the country. One of which is his film, Manoro, which is now part of Philippine Department of Education’s formal module for Grade 8 students.




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