Dialogue with Filmmakers 2019: Jewel Maranan 

Jewel Maranan 
Dialogue with Filmmakers 2019: Jewel Maranan 
Speaking for the silent from a small town near Manila
Jewel Maranan is an independent documentary filmmaker and producer from the Philippines. She started working for independent documentaries in 2008, tackling conflict situations in Manila. Throughout the years, she has developed a deep interest in the ways by which history inches through ordinary life. Jewel is an active participant in efforts to help develop Southeast Asian documentary through the SEA DocNet, a network of documentary professionals in Southeast Asia.
Her 2011 production TONDO, BELOVED: TO WHAT ARE THE POOR BORN? is a geopolitical exploration of life before birth in the smallest home in the seams of Manila’s premier international port. 6 years later, Jewel fixed her critical eye on the lives in the shadow of Tondo’s ever-engulfing port and finished her latest work IN THE CLAWS OF A CENTURY WANTING (official selection to 43rd Hong Kong International Film Festival). It is a filmic symphony of increasing everyday violence in the aspiration for a global city.
菲律賓獨立紀錄片導演及製作人珠慧瑪拉婻,2008年起從事獨立紀錄片工作,關注馬尼拉社會中所發生的衝突事件。多年來,她對歷史如何漸次地影響人們日常生活產生濃厚興趣。她亦致力發展東南亞紀錄片,積極參與由歌德學院所創立的SEA DocNet,透過此協助紀錄片工作者的網絡,鼓勵多元創作、挖掘被遺忘的當地文化。
Date: Thursday 21 March, 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Studio Room 303, Chong Yuet Ming Cultural Centre, The University of Hong Kong
Guest Speaker: Ms. Jewel Maranan
Moderator: Ms. Ruby Yang (Project Director of Hong Kong Documentary Initiative)
Language: Lecture in English
Registration: http://bit.ly/2GKsL1y
Dialogue with Filmmakers 2019: Programme Details