Gatilyo ng Baril

Year 1983:  Ms. Estrella investigates the case of Carlito Dimahilig, the assassin who attempted to kill Imelda Marcos. 

Running time: 9 minutes

Eero Yves Francisco and Glenmark C. Doromal
Main Cast: 

Espie Francisco as Dina Estrella

Joey Francisco as Rolando Galman

Philip Francisco as Carlito Dimahilig


Directors: Eero Yves Francisco & Glenmark C. Doromal
Writer/Screenplay by: Glenmark C. Doromal
Cinematography by: Eero Yves Francisco & Glenmark C. Doromal
Production Designer: Eero Yves Francisco
Editor: Glenmark C. Doromal
Sound Mixer: Romart Martesano

 Eero Yves Francisco

From district to division press conferences, Eero Francisco’s passion for photojournalism and editorial writing has led him to discover the art of filmmaking. Granted with full scholarship by De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in digital filmmaking, Eero focused on production design and screenwriting. “Bicycle Crew” (2013), an entry to Manhattan International Film Festival in New York and “AngKapitbahaykosa 2014,” an entry to AdFest 2014 in Thailand were a few of the film productions that exhibited his production design and art direction. “Si GinoongSupremo at AngWalangHanggangLinya,” awarded 3rd place at the 2013 Gawad CCP also exhibited his talent in production design. He also further expanded his scope of film expertise by joining and practicing the Found Story Screenwriting as mentored by renowned film writer Armando Lao.  Various video productions, a mix of advertising and film production design and screenwriting comprise today, the field of work Eero Francisco continues to learn and further develop his skills into.

Glenmark C. Doromal

Glenmark Doromal made his first short film Sealed (2009) way back in high-school, which gained recognition at the regional film festival Cinemagis Film Festival by winning as Best Film. It was selected as one of the films at Cinemarehiyon 2010 that took place at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Sealed became his launchpad and got him a film degree scholarship at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. DLS-CSB values its learner-centered environment, focuses more on hands-on schoolwork, and encourages students to be out in the field. Glenmark participated in a lot of production work in school projects of his upperclassmen and an internship at a Cinemalaya film titled "Babagwa". In his last year in college, one of his short film project, “Ikaw, Ako, Superhero” won Best Short Film at Sineng Pambansa 2013. His undergrad thesis film, “Ang Walay Kahumanang Adlaw”(or English title: The Infinite Sun) got the most recognition by participating in a total of ten festivals both local and abroad. The film garnered Best Film at the 9thMindanao Film Festival along with five major awards (Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Production Design, Best Musical Score), a 3rd Place in Short Fiction category at 25th Gawad CCP for Alternate Film & Video, was nominated as Best Short Film at the 37th Gawad Urian, and was officially selected at the 10th IndPanda International Film Festival in Hong Kong.

After finishing college, he got in to Go Motion Productions as a Production Creative (an editor and a camera operator), then as an assistant director before becoming one of its junior directors. Today, he continues to practice and hone his craft and experiments in different outlets of video production, both in the film and advertising industry.



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