Now Accepting Sponsorships, Ads For TV, Cable Debut Of Documentary Film “Sulu”December 15, 2007 at 12:05 pm | Posted in 1 | Leave a comment
Mindanao Examiner Productions are now accepting sponsors for the television and cable television premiere of the documentary film “Sulu,” which will be shown in January in Zamboanga City and Sulu province.Sponsors will also receive a free copy of “Sulu,” one of more than two dozens films shown Dec. 5-11, 2007 at the film festival held in Manila. The film, along with others, will also be shown in Japan, Canada and East Timor in 2008.
Minor Sponsor P 10,000 ($250) – 2 spots at 15 seconds each (for Zamboanga City or Sulu showing)
Major Sponsor P 20,000 ($450) – 2 spots at 15 seconds each (for both Zamboanga City and Sulu showings)
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“SULU” – 2007 / Documentary.
KONTRA-AGOS RESISTANCE FILM FESTIVAL December 5-11, 2007 at Indie Sine, Robinson’s Galleria, Manila
Born of a Muslim mother, young writer Arthur Sakaluran Abasalo decides to visit Sulu despite the perceived strife and presence of Muslim rebels and Abu Sayyaf terrorists. In Sulu, he meets a former Muslim rebel-turned policeman who tells him about his life story and how he got separated from his family for more than a decade.
He returns to Sulu to start a new life after being reunited with his family.Arthur returns to Manila after a short stay in Sulu, bringing with him memorable stories and truths about the island feared by many as a dangerous place to go.
This film, along with six other short films from Mindanao, had its World Premiere on December 6, 2007 at Indie Sine, Robinson’s Galleria, Ortigas Center in Pasig City. A Mindanao Examiner Production. Directed by Al Jacinto
Part of the proceeds will go to the street children in Sulu province.