Pursuing her passion for her craft, 18-year old Kapuso actress Bea Binene has now produced a film she also conceptualized. But what made Binene pursue her idea and make it into a film is her advocacy.
The film Fading Paradise is about Climate Change. It is about a group of student filmmakers embarking on a journey finding a “magical” place she grew up in but ends up discovering it is being used by corporations for commercial purposes.
But other than climate change that made her push her idea into an independently produced film, Binene also has other advocacies she’s promoting. One is the Kapuso Foundation and another is the Haribon Foundation.
Check out our interview during her bloggers’ conference:
Fading Paradise will have its Philippine premiere as an exhibition film at the QCinema International Film Festival. The screening schedules are:
October 20, Friday – 1:30PM at Gateway Cinema 7
October 24, Tuesday – 3:30PM at Robinsons Galleria Cinema 7
and October 26, Thursday – 3:00PM at the QCX QC Museum Mini Theater
Special thanks to GMA Artist Center, UniSilverTime and ETude House for making the bloggers’ conference possible.