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2 Filipino Filmmakers Win Democracy Video Challenge

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By Alcuin Papa
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 02:51:00 06/23/2009

MANILA, Philippines—Two young Filipino filmmakers have shown the world what real democracy means in a three-minute video on YouTube.

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My First Showbiz Dream

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I grew up in the province. During my high school years, I always spent my summer vacation in Manila to be able to enhance myself by attending short courses. Every time I went back to the province, I always wanted to have something new to share to my family, relatives and most especially to my friends. It was a yearly plan on my part until I graduated high school.

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48 Hours or Bust - Filmmakers Vie in Extreme Contest


The 48-Hour Film Project contest gives local filmmakers a chance to showcase their creativity and talent by producing a short film in only two days. Since its start in 2001, the contest has grown from just a few teams participating in Washington, D.C., to locations across the country and now the world. VOA's Brent Hurd reports on what has been called "one of the most intense film schools on the planet."

Imagine if you only had two days to write, film and produce a short film from scratch.

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