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About Ryanne Murcia

Ryan Joseph Murcia, commonly known as Ryanne Murcia was born in the province of Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay in the southern Philippine island of Mindanao in 1991. In 2014, she graduated at Ateneo de Zamboanga University with a bachelor?s degree in Mass Communication and started his career as a filmmaker. One of her student works entitled No Ama Conmigo (Love Me Not) 2013, won her the Golden Durian at the first edition of then Salamindanaw International Film Festival now known as Salamindanaw Asian Film Festival. In 2014 she made his second short film Apasol (Chasing Sun) where she also served as an actor won her first acting award at Mindanao Film Festival and went on to compete at Salamindanaw International Film Festival and Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival. Entre Medio del Fin (In the Middle of an End), her third short film, won Best Film and Best Screenplay at Mindanao Film Festival in 2016. The film was nominated at Gawad Urian in 2017 and was selected amongst the best Filipino short films showcased abroad. She was part of the panel at Philippine Talks on Regional Cinema at the Busan International Film Festival in 2018. Currently, Ryanne is working as a part-time faculty at Ateneo de Zamboanga University while working with various film projects as director, producer, assistant director, and or an acting coach. Ryanne is the Festival Director of the Festival de Cine Paz Mindanao, a national film festival in Zamboanga City, Philippines.

Entre Medio Del Fin (In the Middle of an End)

SCENE 1 – EXT. PEACE MURAL/ INT. CAR – DAY 

A peace mural is seen from inside a moving car. The view is hazy and we can barely see it. 

AYESHA, 16, a pregnant Muslim lady is looking at something off screen. 

SCENE 2 – WHITE LETTER ON A BLACK BACKGROUND: TITLE 

SCENE 3 – EXT. TERRACE – DAY 

We hear the neighbors fighting over a mango tree. DANNY, 30’s, a petite man, sees it from the terrace. He gets a little irritated, takes a stick of cigarette and puffs. There is a huge fruitless mango tree behind him. 

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