понедельник, 12 октября 2015 г.

Man in the Cinema House

Man in the Cinema House is a silent film comedy and experimental installation-performance hybrid about a man who is imprisoned in a movie theater for killing Jose Rizal, a Film Producer.
He attempts to escape.
[For the film's performance-installation art, see the trailer spot of the page.
The film has two versions: Its video version (seen above) and the version with the accompanying performance art. Either version can be screened, though in cases that the film's actors cannot be present in the festival (for the second version, the performance art requires their presence), only the video version can be screened.]

Director: Bernard Jay Mercado

Bernard Jay Mercado is a Filipino independent director, screenwriter, and editor. His short films have been screened in various international and local film festivals. His most recent work, "Man in the Cinema House" (2015), a black-and-white silent film comedy and part-installation art, part-performance art hybrid is the recipient of the 2015 UP Film Institute Likha Adarna Best Thesis Film Award. He also served as apprentice to screenwriters Roy Iglesias and Ricky Lee.


Film Type:Short, Student, Other
Genres:Silent film comedy, Installation art, Performance art
Runtime:18 hours 1 minute
Completion Date:May 28, 2015
Production Budget:1,292 USD
Country of Origin:Philippines
Country of Filming:Philippines
Film Language:English

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