The UP Cinema Arts Society is breaking new grounds in filmmaking—and coffee. Join us for Kape’t Pelikula, a film seminar brewing 9 AM on April 2, 2016 at the GT Toyota Center Auditorium, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City.
Kape’t Pelikula is a seminar that will gather the country’s influential and distinguished film practitioners to speak in front of today’s film community and give a scope of their creative process, cultivating a community of filmmakers and enthusiasts.
Take a sip as Jerrold Tarog, Dan Villegas, Oggs Cruz, and more of the biggest names in the industry share their daily grind. Interested participants may register through https://goo.gl/u3NnEe. To stay fresh, follow UP CAST on Facebook.
About our speakers:
Jerrold Tarog is an accomplished director, composer, writer, editor, and sound designer. He has earned various awards for his work in filmmaking. His first full-length feature film, Confessional, received a total of 8 awards at the Cinema One Originals Film Festival, including Best Film. His entry to the 2013 Cinemalaya Film Festival, Sana Dati, also received 8 awards at the festival including Best Picture. Recently, his 2015 historical biopic film, Heneral Luna, which he directed, wrote, composed, and edited, became the highest grossing Filipino historical film of all time.
Dan Villegas is an award-winning director and established cinematographer. He is best known for his works entered to the Metro Manila Film Festival where he has won Best Director and Best Original Story for #WalangForever. He is also known for his work on The Breakup Playlist, English Only, Please, Bakit Hindi Ka Crush ng Crush Mo?, and Mayohan.
Oggs Cruz is a distinguished film critic who writes film reviews for the online news outlet, Rappler. He has constantly been writing film reviews for the past eight years since his early years in the UP College of Law. Besides practicing law and writing film criticisms, he has also served as a creative consultant for a handful of films including the CinemaOne Originals Best Film winner for 2015, Manang Biring.