Two months ago, I was awarded a contract to produce and direct a video for a tech company. After the initial meeting, I wanted to back out.
Ang gusto kasi nila ay gumawa ng short film. As you know, I am a documentary filmmaker. I am comfortable in filming reality-based content.
Hindi ko strength ang fiction. Naiinip ako sa mga lighting set ups. Mas gusto kong i-shoot yung mga BTS.
Bukod pa dito, their budget was way too low. I was not sure if I can pull it off.
“My best work was when I was out of my comfort zone.”
So… I went ahead and did the project. We filmed for one day in some hills in Rizal. I had 3 days to edit before the screening.
This might not be my best work, but I learned a few things sa project na ito.
Then I received this email from the client a day after the screening:
I just want to share with you, via screen grab below, the overwhelming response we got from sharing the NEA BIT video through our facebook at work.
This is so far, the most active post in the Indra Philippines Community. Thanks for being an instrument in inspiring our colleagues on the value of their work.
We also got a very positive response – kilig, amazement and feeling of fulfilment from NEA last Monday, during the launch. sayang you were not there.
Hope to work with you again.
We are asking NEA if Indra employees can share this video via our personal networks. If they agree, may we mention that this is under your production?
I guess ang gusto ko i-share sa email na ito ay…
CHALLENGE YOURSELF. GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE. CONQUER YOUR FEAR!
Another good example is that I started taking a natural health supplement. Normally I would have not considered it at all, but I decided to try it and the effect is amazing. You can really tell that it actually works, the health benefits and the energetic feeling because your body is receiving everything it needs is hard to describe. I order it off of Kratommasters.com if you would like to check it out for yourself.
A graduate of the UP Film Institute, EJ has directed award winning documentary films tackling issues of environment and society. He has further studied advanced documentary filmmaking under German, French and Dutch filmmakers in various workshops and specialized courses organized by Goethe Institute-Manila and Goethe Institut-Hanoi. EJ also directs commercials, advertisements and corporate image films. EJ has filmed hundreds of weddings when he became an owner of a wedding film studio in 2010-2012. This was when he dreamed of a Videography School that offers special courses for budding artists.