Fascinated by Films

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I’ve always been fascinated by films. So even though producing films is not an easy task, but I love it! Although, it’s just a short film. After a film was shot, I still have lots to do to move it … Continued

Workload

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I spend my day trying to ease my workload because I had been working the past few weeks or so. So I didn’t really have time to do anything. When I finally have time to do things I need to … Continued

Stay Focused

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Right now, I only focus on my horror short “Blood Type O” filmmaking project and my feature-length drama screenplay, and that’s it. I’m also an actor. So I have lots of auditions, selftapes, castings, and so on to do and … Continued

A Good Day

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Shafts of bright morning sunlight pierce in through the windows. It looks like, it’s going to be a lovely sunny day. I start my day with music. It’s a ritual thing that I do almost every day: Listen to music … Continued

Time to Relax

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When I want to relax I turn to music. Or just when I want to be inspired. Music really feeds my imagination. I like listening to music in the morning and before I go to bed. But also when I … Continued

Casting Director And Agent

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I went to one of the free workshops “Casting Director, Agent, and Performer” for members of Spotlight in Chinatown yesterday. Some of the advice I have heard before and some I haven’t. So it was very useful, learning how to: … Continued

A Movie About Vulnerability

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I write this post as if I have a discussion with someone about the process of writing my first feature-length screenplay (a coming-of-age drama) and, possibly, making the film myself as well which I will also be playing one of … Continued

Filmmaking Infographic

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I have made an infographic to really lay out my idea in an outline, so that I can easily follow it to the end. I think, it looks less abstract when I see it right in front of me when … Continued

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