Joseph Gordon-Levitt looking for Filipinos to join his writing project
MANILA, Philippines — American actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is looking for Filipinos to join in his project by writing a story about a photo taken in Donsol, a municipality in Sorsogon.
The actor took to Facebook on Friday to crowdsource writers who may want to participate in the project.
Looking for people from the Philippines who like to write… know anyone? :)I need someone to write a sentence or two…FEATURED STORIES
“Looking for people from the Philippines who like to write… know anyone?” he wrote.
Gordon-Levitt said those interested to join may post their entries through: https://hitrecord.app.link/uA1daxFSV8.
Submissions will be for the “A Scene From the Philippines: Passport Poem” project under HitRecord, an open online community for creative collaboration founded by Gordon-Levitt himself.
“This is a beautiful scene from the Philippines. Let’s write about it and turn it into a piece of collaborative art,” the project description read.
Previously, the “500 Days of Summer” actor invited Filipinos to participate in another project by recording their own voices.
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