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Last November 11, 2017, the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communications (UPCMC) awarded its eight distinguished alumni on its first-ever “Glory Awards” ceremony held at the UP Bahay ng Alumni, Diliman, Quezon City.

Two of the eight recipients were the current UP Film Director, Sari Dalena and the founding UPFI director, Joel David.


Dr. Joel David is the winner of the Glory award for film research and criticism.

 

Alex Arellano posted in the UP CMC Alumni FB Group the video below:

Dr. Joel David. The winner of the Glory award for film research and criticism. Credits: Screenshot of Dr. David Kritika Kultura articles from https://journals.ateneo.eduManila Chronicle Lifestyle & Entertainment section from https://amauteurish.comBook covers courtesy of: amauteurish publishing, Anvil, University of the Philippines press, Arsenal Pulp Press, Yes Magazine / Summit Media. Facine 24 video from The Filipino Channel, Balitang America. Facine screenshot from http://www.facine.orgPhoto of UP Film Institute from: http://filminstitute.upd.edu.phLens flare videos from: http://creationeffects.com/resourcesSoundtrack production: Noisy Neighbors Inc.Narrator: JB Tapia.

Nai-post ni Alex Arellano noong Biyernes, Nobyembre 17, 2017

Credits:

Screenshot of Dr. David Kritika Kultura articles from https://journals.ateneo.edu

Manila Chronicle Lifestyle & Entertainment section from https://amauteurish.com

Book covers courtesy of: amauteurish publishing, Anvil, University of the Philippines press, Arsenal Pulp Press, Yes Magazine / Summit Media.

Facine 24 video from The Filipino Channel, Balitang America.

Facine screenshot from http://www.facine.org

Photo of UP Film Institute from: http://filminstitute.upd.edu.ph

Lens flare videos from: http://creationeffects.com/resources

Soundtrack production: Noisy Neighbors Inc.

Narrator: JB Tapia.


On the other hand, Sari Lluch Dalena is the winner of the Glory Award for film.

Dr. Joel David. The winner of the Glory award for film research and criticism. Credits: Screenshot of Dr. David Kritika Kultura articles from https://journals.ateneo.eduManila Chronicle Lifestyle & Entertainment section from https://amauteurish.comBook covers courtesy of: amauteurish publishing, Anvil, University of the Philippines press, Arsenal Pulp Press, Yes Magazine / Summit Media. Facine 24 video from The Filipino Channel, Balitang America. Facine screenshot from http://www.facine.orgPhoto of UP Film Institute from: http://filminstitute.upd.edu.phLens flare videos from: http://creationeffects.com/resourcesSoundtrack production: Noisy Neighbors Inc.Narrator: JB Tapia.

Nai-post ni Alex Arellano noong Biyernes, Nobyembre 17, 2017

Video credits:

Sa Kababaihan ng Malolos. Funded by the Tantoco-Rustia Foundation. A Kino Arts Production. Produced and written by Nicanor Tiongson. Directed by Sari and Kiri Dalena.

Ka Oryang. 
A Cinema One Originals presentation of a Kino Arts production. Written by Sari Raissa Lluch Dalena, Keith Sicat. Directed by Sari Dalena.

The Guerilla is a Poet. 
A Kino Arts production. Written by Ericson Acosta, Kiri Dalena, Keith Sicat, Kerima Tariman. Directed by Kiri Dalena, Sari Raissa Lluch Dalena.

Dahling Nick. 
A Cinema One Originals presentation of a Kino Arts production. Written by Sari Dalena, Keith Sicat, Kris Lanot Lacaba. Directed by Sari Dalena. Excerpt of “Hatinggabi” by National Artist Antonio Molina. Performed by The Bolipata Trio.

Lens flare videos from: http://creationeffects.com/resources

 

Once again, Congratulations, Ma’am Sari and Sir Joel!

 


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