Wednesday, June 20, 2012

The Experience: POSAS (Shackled) a film by Lawrence Fajardo



 POSAS
Today, he regains his Freedom...


              On July 19, 2012, Cinemalaya will be showcasing different films made by talented directors, writers and actors. One of these films is Posas (Shackled) written by Zig Dulay and Directed by Lawrence Fajardo. Starring: Nico Antonio Bares, Bangs Garcia, Wendy Valdez, Art Acuna, Susan Africa, Nor Domingo, Jake Macapagal and John Lapus. All of these great artists gave life to different roles that made the film undeniably one of the most awaited film to be shown in the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

             The director of this film is also our director in AMOK during my internship in Pelikulaw productions. Direk Lawrence Fajardo won many films in the past years. His 2005 short film Kultado won the special Jury Prize in Cinemalaya 2005 and the best short film Award of the Gawad Urian. His first full film feature was "RAKET NI NANAY", a cinemaone original in 2006 where it got the best editing and sound awards.

Direk Law's fierce look


I am very honored to have worked with him as well as the cast and the crew. I have never been a patient/diligent/stress fighter kind of person but because of the AMOK and POSAS experience, I have developed a character that I never imagined I would possess.






THE STAFF WHO MADE THE FILM POSSIBLE







After the long hours of lack of sleep, stress and pressures... FINALLY!!! The cast party took place to refresh and relax everyone. Attended by the casts and the crew, we ate and then chatted like we're not tired and just want to paarrrttttyyyyy all night and have fun.









ATE PATTY and MEG.
Cindy the make-up artist(left), Zig Dulay(center)
Sir Ron, Sir Jimbot, Sir Max, Sir Philip (from left to right)










We might not appreciate them, but they are the people who works behind the camera. At least we get to know them here in my blog.


AND THIS IS ME WITH THE STAFF...
      Well, I also work behind the camera....
                AND I AM PROUD OF IT 


Me (with a big smile) and the staff.

Me (trying to be cute) and the staff (party people).

It's not my debut. It just happen that almost all the staff are boys.
I had a really nice time working with these people. It's true that you never got tired if you like what you are doing. And this is an evidence to that statement. I now dream to be a film maker someday, I don't know how or when to make it into a reality but one thing is for sure, I'll make it one step at a time and figure it out soon. There are still years ahead of me and I still got a lot of things to learn. (maybe I can learn from them)---whew! an instant God-given inspiration.

9 comments:

  1. Keep on dreaming, nothing is impossible...as long as you work hard for it...go girl..

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  2. Very Inspirational thank you sharing!

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  3. Haha, so you're the muse! Naks...I'll wait for this film.:)

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  4. Looks interesting. I'll give it a shot, too. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Whatever your dream is, I hope you can achieve it! :D Have a nice day

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  5. i see your photos (trying to be cute) haha..
    lol

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