November 15, 2020 Sunday
MANILA, 14 November 2020 — After a series of mentoring sessions and film production workshops for the initial 52 youth teams from across 14 regions of the country that signed up for the Klima Film Festival (KFF), 17 are able to submit their film entries for the festival.
Below is the list of film entries, which are now undergoing eligibility and technical quality review:
• Baktas - Impulse Production (Region X)
• Drawings - Big Ship Productions (National Capital Region)
• Grow My Mind - Zealous Productions (Region III)
• Jeremiah at ang Bayan ng Gomorrah - VIP Production (Region IV-A)
• Liham - Pelikularal Productions (National Capital Region)
• Litrato - IA Visuals (Cordillera Administrative Region)
• Manalas - Salidahan Productions (Region VIII)
• Ni Sierra ken ti Kayo ti Biag - Samtoy Productions (Region I)
• Our World - Aquarian Eye Media (Region III)
• Pahimatngon - Bernal Production (Region VIII)
• Pamilya Niño - Maya Productions (National Capital Region)
• Resilience - South Frame Visuals (National Capital Region)
• Respicio-Respado - CDC Production (Region II)
• Si Hiraya at ang Diwa - Sinagtala (Region IV-A)
• Tagam - Plaza Films Production (Region VIII)
• Tinig - Prima Lente (National Capital Region)
• Verdant - Ang Maharlika Productions (Region VIII)
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), led by Chairperson Maria Rachel Arenas, will review and classify the entries.
From these 17 entries, ten (10) films that will be able to comply with the mechanics and submission requirements will be shortlisted and advance to the KFF Screening on November 19-24 and the KFF Awards on November 25, as part of the celebration of the 13th annual Global Warming and Climate Change Consciousness Week.
These ten entries will be accessible worldwide for free through the iWant TFC, the Official Media Partner for the Klima Film Festival.
Winning teams will also receive trophies sponsored by the Support CCC II Project implemented by the CCC and GIZ with funding from the German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).
The Klima Film Festival is an initiative by the Climate Change Commission and the Oscar M. Lopez Center in order to increase awareness and understanding on climate change through films, while also featuring the skills and talents of young Filipino filmmakers on climate action.