Catch Direk Eileen Cabiling on August 28, 8 pm EST (August 29, 8 am, Manila), as she chats with Pinoy animation giants, Ronnie Del Carmen, and Ricky Nierva to talk about animation as a craft, and the process behind producing it.
RICKY NIERVA joined Pixar Animation Studios in May 1997. He began with the animation team as a visual development artist and did additional storyboarding on Toy Story 2. He was the lead character designer for Monster’s Inc. and was awarded an Annie Award as the character art director for the Academy Award® winning feature Finding Nemo and led the production design on Up and Monster’s University. Nierva was born in San Diego.
RONNIE DEL CARMEN is a Filipino animation writer, director, story artist, story supervisor and production designer. He did story work on Oscar winning Ratatouille. He co-directed and was one of the story writers for the 2015 Oscar Winning Best Animated Feature Pixar film Inside Out, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. He was the story supervisor on Pixar’s tenth full-length computer-animated film, Up and directed its accompanying short film, Dug’s Special Mission.
EILEEN CABILING has been venturing in the magical World of Animation since 2004. She started as a Production Supervisor for Nickelodeon’s JIMMY NEUTRON, RUGRATS IN PARIS, and WILD THORNBERRY feature film campaigns and eventually became a Staff Writer for Walt Disney’s Emmy-nominated series, MY FRIENDS TIGGER AND POOH. She story developed and was the Show Runner and Co-Creator for a green animated series titled WORLD of ANIA and KIN by COPA STUDIOS for DISCOVERY KIDS. She continues to work as a Story Development Writer and Producer on Animated Children and Young Adult Series for production companies, mini and major studios.
Basurero continues to be screened live and online at the 30th Annual Woods Hole Film Festival, and Direk Eileen Cabiling and Darlene Malimas, Producer, engaged with other filmmakers from other stellar short films Limestone, Such A Deal, and Or, the Whale for the Filmmaker Chat. Hosted by Steve Young, the discussion was held last July 25 at 10 am.
For more information and ticket details, visit https://www.woodsholefilmfestival.org/
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Basurero is grateful to NewFilmmakers Los Angeles and Danny De Lillo of Stage Five MovieMaker Magazine and FilmLA for the talk with Direk Eileen Cabiling about the making of Basurero. We are honored for the opportunity to be part of your visionary series.
Host Danny De Lillo sat down with filmmaker Eileen Cabiling to talk about the making of her film Basurero.
NewFilmmakers LA (NFMLA) screens monthly at South Park Center. Each month, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) presents red carpet screenings of documentary, short, and feature films that have been selected from submissions from all over the world, followed by a Q&A with each films director. NFMLA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects, and connect with industry professionals for insight on distribution, production, acquisition, and representation.
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Join Producer Darlene Catly Malimas and Direk Eileen Cabiling – for a conversation about Basurero and on making Social Impact Cinema this Saturday.
For broadcast via Facebook Live on MAY 29 (SAT, 2 PM PHILIPPINE TIME)
Writer, Director, and Producer Eileen Cabiling discuss her creative process and her inspiration for the critically acclaimed short film Basurero at the New York Film Academy’s The Backlot.
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Anti-Asian hate crimes are rising across the United States since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. To discuss the issue further, Rohit Gandhi of Democracy News Live discusses the issue with Eileen Cabiling (Filmmaker, United States of America), Alan Ma (Associate Consultant) and, Jenny Kubo (United States of America).
Direk Eileen discussed the various challenges hurdled by Asian Americans across history, since the 1860s. She noted that Filipinos for example, have always been considered second-class citizens and suffered from racism, along with their Asian counterparts. She likewise pointed out that these were exacerbated recently by the past administration.
The interview was streamed last March 24, 2021.
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Women’s History Month celebration continues as Rise & Shine celebrates 10 episodes of award-winning social impact filmmaker EILEEN CABILING, who chats with Ed & Rex about her film BASURERO, an international hit at film festivals worldwide!
Inspired by an Al Jazeera report, Basurero documents the story of a Filipino fisherman (Jericho Rosales) who dumps bodies into the ocean for vigilantes during the current drug war. Eileen compares her cathartic experience filming in the Philippines to her work on independent and studio films in America. Plus, don’t miss her great answers for Rise & Shine’s 13 Things!
Rise & Shine w/FilAm Creative spotlights the many artists, entertainers, and influential creative minds in the Filipino & Asian American communities. Rise & Shine is hosted by Ed Mallillin & Rex Sampaga, with co-hosts Roni Canieso & Kayemee, and featuring Jeremiah Castro and Veronica. Rise & Shine is produced by FilAm Creative, in association with RAS Music Group and Malinius, LLC.
Catch new episodes every Tuesday on YouTube and wherever you download your favorite podcasts. FilAm Creative, Inc. educates and advocates for the Filipino-American entertainment community and all looking for a collaborative workspace in order to achieve greater representation and career advancement.
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Direk Eileen Cabiling will be discussing filmmaking and the creative process with New York Film Academy’s Creative Director Liz Hinlein — this Wednesday at 12 PM PST/3 PM ET with NYFA! Hope you can join us!
The 20/20 Series is a pop-up event that takes us into the homes, hubs, and workspaces of an array of dynamic creative visionaries to allow for relaxed, engaging conversations on craft, creation, and artistic vision.
Each conversation with a creative visionary features 20 minutes of discussion with a moderator and a 20 Q&A from YOU, the audience.
This event is open to the public, as a means of promoting global connection and creativity, a key mission of NYFA.