Bea Binene is a certified home grown Kapuso star, a celebrity, and an advocate at her on right. At such a young age, she is an actress by heart, a total performer, impromptu host, sports practitioner and notably recognized with her advocacies and involvement in foundations. These include as GMA Kapuso Foundation enthusiast, Junior Ambassador for Conservation of Haribon Foundation since 2005 and I Am A Girl ambassador of Plans International. She supports Plans International’ Campaign Against Children’s Rights and Campaign Against Climate Change.
Binene is truly on her way to make her own mark in Philippine showbiz, this time she brave to produce an advocacy Indie Film “FADING PARADISE” which tackle more about the climate change. She want to create more awareness and to challenge the millennials to take action and get involve with the issue imposed by the effect of climate change.
“Fading Paradise” is self-produced advocacy indie film and her concept about mother nature. It as largely shoot in Bicol and it took a year to finish the film. The cast includes Krystal Reyes, Coleen Perez, Kenneth Paul Cruz, Mark Castillo, Angelo Serna and special participation of Ms. Alma Moreno.
In our interview, Binene says that “Fading Paradise” is her second advocacy indie film. The first one was about “Yolanda” but it wasn’t completed yet that is why they opted to release the “Fading Paradise”. A very timely film about mother nature.
“We will have a screening at the 20th, 24th and 26th because this will be included in QCinema’s featured films.” We will be partnering with LGU’s, and school community mismo para maipalabas itong film na ito, tapos doon sa dulo ng film after the showing is lalabas some of the cast para magkaroon kami ng open forum, para sa kanila mismo manggaling yung idea kung paano pahahalagahan si Mother Nature.” Some of the proceeds of the film will be donated to choosen foundation,” she ended.
Fading Paradise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZ5-zdaPxk0&feature=youtu.bewill be the featured film of QCinema this October. So if you want to watch it, they’ll be at Gateway Cinema 7 on October 20, that’s Friday next week at 3PM. They also have a screening at Robinsons Galleria Cinema 7 on October 24, that’s on Tuesday at 3:30PM and at the QC Museum Mini Theater on October 26 at 3PM.
GMA Artist Center and Bea Binene would also like to thank ETUDE House and Unisilver Time for the freebies during blog conference.