Productions56 Incorporated and GMA Artist Center talent, Miggs Cuaderno, the star of 2014 Cinemalaya film entry for ‘Purok 7’ (Zone 7) went to Poznań, Poland at the 32nd Ale Kino! International Young Audience Film Festival. The festival ran from November 30 to December 7.
Cuaderno enjoyed his trip and has a lot to share during his stay in the city on the Warta River in the west-central of Poland, in the region called Wielkopolska.
“Masaya, malamig. Na-enjoy ko yung lamig. Masarap Mamasyal.”
He mentioned that his favorite past time while he was there was going around and he did like the people he met because they were so warm even if he met them only for the first time. What he liked the most is how the staff had taught him ice skating.
Miggs is also elated with the reception of the audience who watched his film, because the screenings were full to thereafter.
“Kahit mga estudyante, andaming gustong magpa-picture sa akinafter the screenings.”
Because of the said experience, he cherished the experience and enjoyed the positive response of the audience who watched Carlo Obispo’s ‘Purok 7’.
‘Purok 7’ is about a countryside dramedy (drama-comedy) that follows 14-year-old Diana and her younger brother named Julian, as they live by themselves after their mother went to work abroad and their father lived with another woman. Set in a remote ‘purok’, where people display positive outlook in life despite their daily struggles; it also features the light side of country lifestyle as the main characters take advantage of the fun and thrills of the town festival to take hold of their sweet childhood.
During his trip in Poland, Miggs also learned and was glad about his winning at Cheries Cheries Festival (the Lesbian Film Festival, Gay, Bi, Trans & +++ of Paris), which ran from November 25 to December 2, MK2 Beaubourg, Paris, France.
“Masaya, super jump ako sa bed, kaliwa’t-kanan. Nagulo ko lahat ng gamit. Super saya first kong manalo best actor. Sobra ang saya ko sa pag-join sa festival sa Poland tapos may good news pa from Paris. Doble-doble ang saya!”
In his tender age, with the achievements he has earned both here and in abroad, Cuadreno dreams of having his own TV series and looks forward to working with Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos. He also included in his wish list to be an action star like the late FPJ and try out comedy like the late Dolphy. Apart from that, like any other actor, he also dreams to be a matinee idol with likes pf John Lloyd Cruz, Dennis Trillo, and RuRu Madrid.