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CineMarya proposals accepted until July 31
by DILG release

Filmmakers have until July 31 to submit their proposals for the first women’s film festival in the Philippines dubbed “CineMarya” initiated by the Department of the Interior and Local Government in partnership with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Philippine Commission on Women (PCW).

DILG Asec. Marjorie N. Jalosjos said film proposals should focus on themes tackling women empowerment, different roles of women in the society, awareness about diverse social issues on women and equality, and other women-related issues.

“Through CineMarya, we want to bring to the big screen women’s issues and concerns in order to push local governments to uphold women’s rights, welfare and benefits,” said Jalosjos, who was designated by OIC-Sec. Eduardo M. Año to handle the Department’s Gender and Development (GAD) advocacy.

She says 10 proposals will be chosen and given a seed money of P100,000 for the production of 10 to 20-minute films.

Four project proposals from Luzon, three from Visayas, and three from Mindanao will be selected by the selection committee through a blind selection process.

CineMarya is an educational and artistic support mechanism for LGUs vying for the DILG Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG).

Interested filmmakers may submit their entries through http://fdcp.ph/cinemarya/submit-your-entry with themes on battling violence against women, Marawi women and the city’s rehabilitation, or Magna Carta for Women.

Applicants must be Filipino citizens or Philippine passport holders and must be at least 18 years old. Those who have not yet produced a feature film or a documentary film can also apply.


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