Cinemalaya film wages a different kind of war behind the camera

  Indie director Maricel Cabrera-Cariaga said that if there was any lesson to be learned from making her war drama "Children of the River," it was that making a Cinemalaya film required foresight. "For a year, I got stressed looking for funding because my supposed producer backed out. I struggled financially," she told the Inquirer. Her film's inclusion to this year's Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival was announced in 2017. Each of the 10 full-length finalists is expected to receive a P1-million cash grant, which they will get in tranches. "What happened to the business of my producer-friend was unexpected. Tragedy struck him. To augment, I tried getting a...Keep on reading: Cinemalaya film wages a different kind of war behind the camera

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