Announcing our Los Angeles Premiere!
Kudos to our AMAZING TEAM, Globe Studios, Jericho Rosales Official and CAST! Philippines, US, Korea and France!
Thrilled to share that our film is an Official Selection at the 36th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF), presented by Visual Communications, which will run online from September 24 – October 31, 2020, and will feature an exciting lineup of productions by Asian American & Pacific Islander artists from across the globe.
The largest festival of its kind in Southern California, the LAAPFF is also a proud Academy Award®-qualifying film festival for the Short Film Awards.
This online fest is geoblocked for Southern California.
CLICK HERE for TIX and INFO: https://festival.vcmedia.org/2020/movies/basurero/
US: The 36th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival – 24 September to 31 October 2020
Switzerland (Fribourg): Cort de Nuits (Night of Shorts) – 2 October 2020
Switzerland: Winterhur Short Film Festival – 3 to 8 November 2020
Switzerland: Night of Shorts Lausanne – 27 November 2020
Deeply heart-moving to know that friends and people from all walks of life watched Basurero. From what I heard, we had a full house and our film received huge applause from the audience.
Thank you Sierra Siri Prakash Bullock for capturing the moment and Edo Wulia and the Minkino Film Week programmers and team.
I felt like I was there. Felt the energy!
With much love and gratitude always.
If you happen to be in BALI this weekend 🙂
BASURERO will be screening at the MINIKINO FILM WEEK SEPT 4-12, 2020.
Many thanks to Festival Director Edo Wulia and the team for having our film at your very special festival. Wish we could be there!
A unique and out of ordinary International Short Film Festival to reach out to the daily life of the local community. The screens are arranged to provide opportunities for people to re-experiencing the collective film viewing, furthermore to build a space to discuss about their experiences, promoting critical thinking of what they have just watched. Larger screen, watching the screening together, stimulating and encouraging spatial and social awareness.
MFW involves a variety of Micro Cinema & Pop-Up Cinema venues around the island, proposes accessibility for locals in Bali, as well as offering a compelling and unique exposure, for those who want to visit and get to experience Bali more intimately.
Screening Times: Sat 9/5 @18:00 and Sun 9/6 @18:30
Section: SURPRISE / Time to take a ride into the dark and see the light at the end.
Other shorts curated in our category – Bura by Eden Junjung/Indonesia/Singapore International Film Fest; Wild Will by Alan King/Australia/Clermont Ferrand; Important Police Shit by Andrew Betzer/USA/Clermont Ferrand; and Mare by Vule Vasquez/Spain/Festival de Malaga.