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1/11/18

Solutions for X From Cebuano Artists, Crisscrossings and Cinema

Problem: X has read David Foster Wallace's Brief Interviews with Hideous Men and now X feels alone and depressed and almost scared that life's meaning is subjective and can be meaningless. 

X wants some form of relief. X wants to embrace the absurdity of a world replete with subjectivity but X is not ready to go to a psychiatrist. What can X do?

Solutions That May Or May Not Work And Will Not Hold Bisaya Short Films Accountable

1. X can go to the Crisscrossings' Art and Creators' Market to pay for lessons from Artists in Cebu who seem to have made it, to have done it and to have been happy about it. 

X can also just bask in the FREE Art and Admission-Free Creators' Market and Exhibit to either support artists by buying their creations or just by viewing the artworks made by Cebu's production companies, such as 22 Tango, Sutukil Sauce and Beta Ops. Doing this may feel X feel less alone. Or not. Visit Create Cebu's FB for more.




Part of the sponsors of this exhibit is DOST and DTI, which are government units, which means X's taxes PARTLY, emphasis on PARTLY, made this happen, so X can take advantage of the taxes he/she/it/they paid for.

2. X can also watch this 2008 Bisaya Short Film called "The Answer", Directed by Richard Abad, and feel consoled by its message in the ending, which X will only understand if X speaks Bisaya. X should probably learn Bisaya now.


WARNING: If somebody suggests to you something in real life, people say that the Suggester should pay the price if the suggestion fails. Suggester should have skin in the game. 

That said, Bisaya Short Films can't pay the price for its suggestions for X above because X is an imaginary concept, not a real person.



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