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Film course on media production

/ 06:57 AM September 22, 2011

A GLOBAL film festival project of Omnilogy Inc. called “Color My Taxi” is offering a five-month film course program on media production, event management and social media in Cebu.

The project aims to showcase film conversations between a passenger and a taxi driver on social issues and perceptions of people in diverse communities.

Participants will be trained on camera positioning, video and sound editing, animation and software application.


The film course director, Aarti Shrivastava, is an emerging documentary filmmaker and entrepreneur.

The enrollment is limited to 20 people and the program will start on Sept. 26 and end on Jan. 28.

For inquiries, call Lady Lee Allego at 514-8188 or visit Omnilogy office at the ground floor of DK2 building, N. Bacalso Street, Cebu City or e-mail at /STC Masscom student Christan Caryll Arcayan

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