Having been bitten by the film bug, I have realized that pain is temporary; film is forever. I’m a free-spirited artist who is in constant search for the ultimate experience in every place–seeking inspirations for every work…
Rianne Hill Soriano is a freelance production artist doing directing and writing works in film and commercial/corporate productions. She is currently based in Las Vegas, Nevada and is looking for more career options and is also looking at the possibilities of finally taking her MFA in the US.
She is a fellow of the Pusan International Film Festival’s Asian Film Academy 2009 and the Korean Film Council’s (KOFIC) Asian Film Professionals Training Program 2008 in Busan and Seoul, Korea. She shot the 16mm film “Technophilia” during her stay through the help of KOFIC, Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA), and Korea University.
As an independent filmmaker, her first film “Karsel” (35mm, narrative) received the Kodak Film Award and Best Film Thesis 2003 at the University of the Philippines Film Institute. It was also nominated for 27th Gawad Urian Best Short Film Award. She produced her second film “Aninag” (35mm, narrative) and her third film “Pera-perahang Lata” (HD, narrative) through film grants from the National Commission and for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
This film blog contains comprehensive film reviews and photos of classic films, local flavors, Hollywood flicks, independent films and critically-acclaimed films. She currently writes film and DVD reviews for Herword.com and Examiner.com. She also wrote film reviews and film and entertainment articles for Yehey.com from 2005-2009.