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Joseph Gordon-Levitt looking for Filipinos to join his writing project

By: - Reporter
/ 09:39 PM August 14, 2020

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.

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Looking for people from the Philippines who like to write… know anyone? :)I need someone to write a sentence or two…

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Posted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Thursday, August 13, 2020

“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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