After looking for writers, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is now inviting Filipinos to send in photos of the Philippines they’re “proud of.”
In a Facebook post on Monday, the “500 Days of Summer” actor announced that he had another project.
“Find a photo that you’ve taken somewhere in the Philippines. Any photo works, as long as it’s one you’re proud of. Once you find it, make sure you post it here,” he wrote, adding the site where submissions may be uploaded.
According to the site, the project called “Scenes from a Fictional Film” aims to combine photographs with short pieces of writing to “create scenes from films that don’t really exist.”
These finished “photo poems” will be shared on HitRecord’s social media platforms.
As of writing, over 3,800 netizens have submitted photos taken from different places in the country, from Iloilo all the way to Sagada.
Joseph earlier invited Filipinos to submit voice samples reading a word in the vernacular for his poetry project.
HitRecord is an online collaborative media platform that Joseph launched in 2004. – Kaela Malig/RC, GMA News