Home»FEATURES»Etceteras»Film council launches 1st Sineng Pambansa contest

Film council launches 1st Sineng Pambansa contest

Pinterest Google+

The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) has launched the 1st Sineng Pambansa National Film Competition, which aims to promote and protect the Philippine film industry.

In line with its mandate to develop the local movie industry, the FDCP is holding the nationwide scriptwriting and film competition to enhance the country’s film culture. It also aims to highlight and unify the diverse visions, views, and voices of Filipino filmmakers across the Philippines.

Filipinos who have not written or co-written, directed or co-directed more than three films, documentaries or animated features are eligible to join the contest, which will be held in two stages:

a. The Scriptwriting Competition for Feature Film, Full-length Documentary, and Animated Short Film Competition in August 18, 2011 to November 15, 2011;

b. The National Feature Film Competition which will gather all the films produced from the winning scripts of the Feature Film Scriptwriting Competition, Full-length documentary Competition, and the Animated Short Film Competition in January 20 to May 2012.


Read the full story here >>

Via GMA News

Previous post

Rebirth at Ground Zero: Documentary charts the restoration of Trade Center and 9/11 survivors

Next post

Imagenation Abu Dhabi and Fortissimo Films Unite to Take Emirati Cinema to the World

No Comment

Leave a reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.