Cinemalaya Campus tackles film technology at CCP
Cinemalaya Campus tackles film technology at CCP
PRESS RELEASE: The Cinemalaya Campus is a part of the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition

This is a press release from the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

The 2016 Cinemalaya Campus will be held on Tuesday, August 9, from 8:30 am to 5 pm, and on Wednesday, August 10, from 9:15 am to 2:30 pm, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Little Theater.

The event focuses on the current film technology that is available both for student and professional filmmakers, discussions on various shooting equipment, from the ubiquitous cellphone to the more advanced high-end cameras, sessions on sound recording, post-production, particularly editing and color grading. A session will be devoted to the work of contemporary screenwriters as well.

Some of the speakers at the event are film industry practitioners, such as directors Joey Reyes, Zig Dulay, and Gino Santos; cinematographer Neil Daza; sound designers and musical scorer sCorinne de San Jose, Teresa Barrozo, and Mike Idioma; colorist Marilen Magsaysay; and actresses Aiza Seguerra, Liza Diño, and Ina Feleo.

There will be 7 sessions in the forum.

The Cinemalaya Campus is a part of the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition.

Cinemalaya is a project of the Cinemalaya Foundation, the Cultural Center of the Philippines in partnership with Ayala Malls Cinemas. Established in 2005, Cinemalaya is an all-digital film festival and competition that aims to discover, encourage, and honor cinematic works of Filipino filmmakers.

Cinemalaya will also be held in Ayala Theaters in Greenbelt 3 and Glorietta, Makati; Fairview Terraces, TriNoma, and UP Town Center in Quezon City; and Solenad, Nuvali in Sta Rosa, Laguna. In Cebu, Cinemalaya will be held at the Ayala Center Cebu from August 9 to 14. 

To date, Cinemalaya has supported and promoted the production of 127 full feature independent films and 106 short films. Many of these films have won awards in local and international competitions and festivals. Through the annual festival, Cinemalaya has showcased over 1,000 works by independent filmmakers including full feature films, shorts, documentaries, Filipino film classics, and art films. 

For inquiries about the Cinemalaya Campus, please contact the Arts Education Department-Cultural Management Division at 832-1125 loc. 1710 and look for Nikko Zapata or Alecks Angeles. Information on Cinemalaya is available at – 

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