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‘Cinemansanas’ awards

Local film fans have new names to watch out for as premier Apple partner Power Mac Center awarded the bold, brave, and brilliant filmmakers who showcased their digital storytelling prowess at the recently concluded Pixelworx: Cinemansanas campaign.

The Cinemansanas main challenge was to create short films using an iPhone. This year’s competition has two categories: (1) “Do you have a minute?” open to everyone who can create a 60-second film; and (2) Masterclass with Brillante Mendoza, exclusive to participants to award-winning director’s training sessions.

“Cinemansanas is Power Mac Center’s way of showcasing the brilliance of Filipino filmmakers. We want to show that through technology, they can create a new way of presenting ideas and making their voices heard. We hope it will open doors for them to pursue their passion and push the industry further,” said Power Mac Center Marketing Director Joey Alvarez.

Winners of the inaugural Cinemansanas, a campaign for aspiring and established artists who have a vision
in storytelling through film in the digital age. 

Twelve films made it to the finals of the “Do you have a minute?” competition, and all 21 finalists of the Masterclass with Brillante Mendoza category were screened during the Movie Premiere held at the SM Mall of Asia Cinema.

Entries were judged based on creativity of presentation and technical quality. Along with Mendoza, director Yam Laranas, author and scriptwriter Ricky Lee, and Rebelde Film Camp founder J.E. Tiglao helped determine which films deserve the Cinemansanas Gold, Platinum, and Diamond awards.

Following is the full list of winners for Cinemansanas 2017:

Do you have a minute?

Gold Award

An Artist’s Ode by Krista Ortega

Prize: P 10,000 worth of Power Mac Center gift cards + THE COOP IDEA 9000mAh Power Bank and Nifteen backpack

Platinum Award

Mayo Uno by Winston Salvejos

Prize: P 20,000 worth of Power Mac Center gift cards + THE COOP IDEA 9000mAh Power Bank and Nifteen backpack

Diamond Award

Balat Sibuyas by Don Diaz

Prize: iPad Pro 12.9” + THE COOP IDEA 9000mAh Power Bank and Nifteen backpack

Masterclass with Brillante Mendoza

Brillante Mendoza Citation Award

Rito (The Rites) by Khalil Joseph Bañares

Power Mac Center Citation Award

981 Million Thousand Dangkal by Lino Balmes

Gold Award

Rito (The Rites) by Khalil Joseph Bañares

Prize: P30,000 worth of Power Mac Center gift cards + Wacom Intuos Draw Medium

Platinum Award

Live Cam by Arjanmar Rebeta

Prize: P40,000 worth of Power Mac Center gift cards + BOSE Soundlink Color II

Diamond Award

Kuya by Carlo Fajarda

Prize: MacBook Pro 13” Retina + 4TB SEAGATE Back Up Plus

Apart from the awarding ceremony, the Cinemansanas Movie Premiere also screened the winning film of Rebelde Film Camp Year 4, Paparating Na Ang Bagyo by Ephraim Kawit. Part of Kawit’s prizes is a scholarship to Mendoza’s Masterclass.

Completing the event was the much-awaited premiere of the Power Mac Center short film directed by Brillante Mendoza titled Bitbit, in celebration of the premier Apple reseller’s 23 glorious years in business.

Cinemansanas is part of the Pixelworx campaign, Power Mac Center’s advocacy of recognizing artists who break the standards of the art scene. It is celebrated with a series of workshops by industry experts, trainings on creative apps, and an ultimate art challenge. 

Cinemansanas 2017 was co-presented by Lacie, The Coop Idea, Philips, Bose, Panzer Glass, Zerotech, and Wacom. To view all the films, visit Power Mac Center on Facebook and Youtube.

Topics: Cinemansanas , Apple , Power Mac Center , Pixelworx: Cinemansanas campaign
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