By James C. Albano, Angelica Joy Caillan, Myrel Clyjana Avila and Katherine Mata
Punto de Vista is a glimpse into the day of a housekeeper, a student, and a wife living under the post-trauma. The short film mirrors how women are being restricted by a set of expectations of people.
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James Clarence Albano is a second year communication student from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. He is a passion driven filmmaker who wants to make films that could spark a positive changes to his community and hopefully, to the world.
I am taking a Bachelor of Arts in Communication at Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. As a young filmmaker on the rise, I continue to explore different roles in filmmaking, to enhance and learn new skills in this field. I have produced 4 short films, including "Punto de Vista: Sa Lente ng Babae" 2 of which are a finalist in the contests I submitted them.
I am Myrel Clyjana C. Avila, currently taking a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. I have been writing stories and reading books since 2017. I enjoy genres such as mystery, fantasy, and adventure. Someday, I want to be a creative writer and influence people through words.
Katherine is a 21 year old sports and creative writer, currently studying Bachelor of Arts in Communication. She likes reading classic books, watching slice of life films, and observing the people and places around her. Her goal is to utilize her passion in writing and art as tool for societal awareness and social action.