It has been a very busy week for me. Work starts at 2PM and ends at 10PM. I was still adjusting to the new schedule. My body clock seems to be reluctant with the new time. Aside from editing mind-blowing scientific journals, my colleagues and I are now preparing for a short film competition in the province. We are actually having some brainstorming with the story line.
I already had the chance to be a story writer, which makes me proud that I actually won as Best Story Writer in the first short film competition that we joined. So, this time, the spotlight will be on my direction. I won't be working back stage anymore, I'm one of the front liners! Yey!
I am really excited with this project. Another milestone I have yet to walk. We have undergone some workshops to hasten our acting skills. Unfortunately, I often get feedbacks that I'm not good enough. Don't worry, it's not as harsh as it may sound. Our trainer is really kind. :) He does say that I have the potential to be great!
So here are some of my acting chops, and tell me if I'm ready for the camera or I should just go back to being the main story writer.
|ABOUT TO CRY|
There you go! I'm not sure if I'm good enough. I am really happy to be part of the main cast but at the same time afraid that I might nor deliver my role properly. I'll be needing all your support!
Just a little teaser, I'm about to portray as Junjun, a 17-year-old autistic teen.
For those who wasn't able to watch our first short film. Here it is!!!