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Ticket2Me’s super short film festival IKLI to premiere on February 25

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Ticket2Me’s super short film festival IKLI to premiere on February 25
Nine chosen entries will be shown on Ticket2Me and Rappler’s Youtube channels on February 25 from 12 pm to 3 pm

Editor’s note: This press release is sponsored by Ticket2Me and was handled by BrandRap, the sales and marketing arm of Rappler. No member of the news and editorial team participated in the publishing of this piece.

In partnership with the Movement for Good Governance (MGG), YouthLed PH, YouthVote Philippines, and Rappler, Ticket2Me, the country’s leading independent creator monetization platform, pioneers again by launching IKLI, the Philippines’ first super short film festival. 

Inspired by other microfilm festivals around the world, IKLI is an annual, online film festival initially featuring three categories: micro short (60 seconds or less) films, mini short (between 1:00-2:20) films, and super short (between 2:21-5:00) films. The festival motto is “The simpler, the better!” 

For 2022, the theme is “Bitin! We deserve better!” to draw attention, in an entertaining but enlightening way, to the many stories that can help convince Filipinos all over the world that we deserve better: better government, better healthcare, better education, better livelihoods, better transportation – even better love lives! 

Strategically aligned with the vision of the project and marking the commemoration of the 36th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution, the following chosen entries will be shown on Ticket2Me and Rappler’s Youtube channels this coming February 25 from 12 pm to 3 pm: 

Micro short category 
  • Looooongest Line by Giulia Saavedra 
  • Submit by Francis Ner Marañon 
  • Tuloy Pa Din Ang Training by Denzel Galindez 
Mini short category 
  • Bitin by Maria Del Carmen S. Villapol 
  • Mangha by Mark Terence Molave 
  • Recurring Dream by Alecx Julianne G. Literal 
Super short category 
  • Classroom 2022 by Diana Galang 
  • Pila. Pili. Pilipinas. by Joseph Guinto Navarro 
  • Si Jhemalyn at ang ‘Di Matapos na Paghahanap ng Karot Keyk by Ruka Azuma 
Ticket2Me’s super short film festival IKLI to premiere on February 25

A virtual awarding ceremony will also be held in March to publicly recognize and congratulate the winners in each category of the first IKLI film festival. 

Truly, it is a promising year for the country’s only fully digital end-to-end ticketing company, Ticket2Me, which serves live and online events. It is made accessible through its easy-to-use technology and aims to empower creators to provide value, bring people together, and build meaningful relationships.

If you want to know more about Ticket2Me and its services, send an email at ask@ticket2me.net. – Rappler.com