another Se7en Oclock Productions commissioned documentary film project for ACF. Mostly shot in Sta. Elena Relocation Site Iligan City and their tiny barangay health center. This is a post-sendong (Washi) look at the amazingly beautiful community of more than a thousand families with renewed life after the tragedy. But this is story focuses about one surviving mother of three.
Working title in progress.
Played around of what will be my better opening billboard for the project, what’s it gonna be this time? Timelapse napud hahahaha 😀 Thanks to my brother Dave for climbing up the mountain peak, buntod ra bitaw for this shot.
We had fun shooting this project, although init “hot” and tight ang shooting schedule. I want to specially acknowledge the collab team from The Creative Lounge and one of Iligan City’s best videographer team “Barbex Films”. Thanks to Judd Romano and Banton for showin up although grabe ka short notice, and I will also specially thank Gaps Sabuero for the hook up. Till next projects amigos.
I will be blabin’ more about this soon. In the meantime enjoy the short clip, and i’ll be back to work, sync time with the multi-cam interviews.
Have a good day everyone!
I’m “A jack of all trades who’s interested in any photography, video/film productions or audio-related work that offers me intellectual and creative challenges, ehm like exposure to different people and places (I love traveling a lot, so you can send me to Afghanistan or wherever) I have a BIG room for professional growth. Boom! I’m a passionate story-teller and an experimental junkie. I’m not afraid to cross and break the boundaries of possible and impossible, I believe in a simple philosophy — “impossible can only be found in the foolish dictionary”.