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Gitara

Film Category

Live Action

Genre

Horror

English Title

Gitara

Complete Name

Sancha, Franc Louie S.

Cast and Crew

'-Franc Louie S. Sancha (Director/Writer)
-Mary Louise G. Perez (Stagehand)
-Alekzandra Noviebein J. Carias (Production Design/Stagehand)
-Erica C. Ubay-Ubay (Actor/Production Design/Stagehand)
- Bong Ryan Reyes (Actor)
- Azrael Amagna (Production Design)
-John Kenneth A. Talania (Actor/editor/producer)
-Rennell Joy B. Escuadra (Costume Design)

Logline/Short Synopsis

A musician/vlogger stumbles upon a haunted guitar that he took from his grandfather’s province. Soon he realized some paranormal events happening around him, and a mysterious creature started to haunt and chase him. Now, he runs for his life. As he struggles to avoid getting caught by this mysterious creature chasing him, will he be able to escape? Or even survive?

Past Competitions

Award and Recognition

What motivated you to join this year's 3 Shots Film Fest?

It was the challenge of creating a horror film with a suspenseful story in a form of a sub-genre of horror and Filipino superstition. It was a thrilling idea to create something such as this with only 3 shots, which definitely brought out the creativity from everyone involved in the production.

Tell us what inspired you to create this film?

I myself am a huge fan of films and is fascinated by the process of producing one. I am particularly fond of "found-footage films" knowing it can create gritty, raw, and unsettling stories with the idea of superstition and the supernatural, which enables us to create these type of films.


Share the challenges you have encountered and the learnings you discovered given the limitations.

Our production encountered a handful of problems, from technical issues where our gear and equipment were visible in the earlier versions of the film forcing us to reshoot some scenes, to the weather keeping us from shooting outside. Another are the injuries from the accidents from shooting the last scene. We learned that shooting long sequences are difficult but has beautiful outcomes.

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Pacing/Structure - 40%

Technicalities - 10%

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