Let me just make it clear that this is NOT a sponsored post.
Too defensive, eh? Anyway.
Chilling to Parokya ni Edgar's version of Nescafe's theme song on a cold, rainy day puts me in a very good mood. If I wasn't too lazy, I would've already prepared myself a dozen cups of their 3-in-1 caffeine-powered drink (uh, coffee?).
I've been planning to join the Nescafe 3in1 Flicks video-making competition but time is not on my side and preparing for the upcoming season is a higher (if not the highest) priority. So let me just feature this Nescafe video entry by my high school friend, Marius "Yos" Oczon. I think it is so creatively brilliant and has a very huge chance in winning a 13" Macbook! I so envy his skills in Flash Animation. Watch this video and find out why:
Like Yos, I'm a Lost (The TV Series) fan myself, and after watching this flick again, it seemed like it was very Lost-inspired. The plane crash was a give-away. Haha! Tama ba Yos? For the win na 'to, pare!
Saturday, October 20, 2007
"Akala ninyo bakasyon na kayo?"
I thought my brain just melted when I heard my thesis adviser told me this. After one hellish and toxic semester, it's quite depressing to know that it may never end. Still got tons of requirements due next week and it's almost November. Goodness.
Now you know why my "season break" is taking longer than what was originally planned. And it's been exactly a month already since my last update. Gah. I missss this blog, I miss making videos. And I'm here to tell everyone (uh, anyone there?) that I'm still alive and plans for my next batch of vlogs are now in the works.
Oh, right. I twitted a couple of weeks ago that my Dad went to a business trip in Thailand. I might do a vlog on this with a special guest vlogger (guess who). And now, let me just show you a little preview - a sneak peek to Thailand's culture and performing arts:
Here's my Dad:
And speaking of Thailand, a big shout out to my cousin, Iris, who flew to Thailand months ago for work. Cuz! Since Thailand has already lifted its ban on YouTube, you can watch me now. Yey! Hehe. Miss you. (Uh, I think Mufasa there is eyeing for your hand)
And now for some cam whorage with my new Thailand shirt, another panga exposure for everyone. Haha!
More updates in the coming days, guys. I'm back. =)
Tanghalang Pilipino, in cooperation with Bright Eyed Boys Events&Ideas, Inc., brings back the stage production that bagged 4 major Aliw awards in 2003 - Best Stage Actor Ricky Davao, Best Stage Actress Malu de Guzman, Best Director Chris Millado and Best Non-Musical Production. INSIANG also earned nominations for Best Actress Sheenly Vee Gener and Best Supporting Actress Mae Paner. INSIANG is the story of a young innocent girl who transforms into a malevolent and scheming character who shocks the community with her revenge. Lino Brocka's film version of the same title garnered major awards at the Cannes Film Festival. Mario O'Hara's adaptation of his own screenplay, under the direction of Chris Millado, was dubbed as the "theater event of the season”.
And now for a CokskiBlue Exclusive! In collaboration with one of the hippest and most popular bloggers today - AJ Matela of BaklaAko.com, we got to sit and hang out with Insiang's amazing cast! Recorded live from this country's "first ever" Quad Media Conference at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and together with other famous bloggers, Gibbs Cadiz, McVie, Karla Maquiling of Pinoy Centric, and Rick of Project Manila, we got to witness the unveiling of THE "theater event this season" (There's a more detailed account of the event on AJ's post). So watch, relax and enjoy this 4-part special vodcast:
PART 1:The cast of Tanghalang Pilipino's Insiang being introduced to bloggers and other media/press people.
PART 2: Getting comfy and talking with the lead star, Insiang herself - the beautiful Sheenly Vee Gener and one of her co-stars, Roeder Camanag on their characters in this theater masterpiece. Watch out for interesting revelations!
More of the cast and Insiang's playwright - MR. MARIO O'HARA HIMSELF! The Last Two Parts at AJ MATELA'S BLOG!
Fresh from their recent doodling stints at Powerplant Mall and Embassy, the WeeWillDoodle group is again taking their doodling to a whole new level. This time it's at Fully Booked , where their drawings will be exhibited on MoleskinePocket Japanesebooks, those oh-so-lovely accordion-type notebooks.
The exhibit opens on September 21, Friday, 7pm at the atrium of Fully Booked in Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City.
The WeeWillDoodle group will be drawing on T-shirts too (doodleyershirt), so if you want a piece of their work, don't forget to bring your own shirt!
Fifty goodie bags will also be given out to some lucky folks.
I'm a 21-year old Pinoy Video Blogger and an aspiring film maker from Cavite - currently taking up BS Computer Science at the University of the Philippines, Diliman. CokskiBlue is a collection of my work which covers just about anything - from travel, events, up to various reviews. And I support the campaign for more Filipinos to vlog! Let us all be heard - and seen!