Out of Print

issue no°4



feature

Exploring the practice of photography and its place in our memory through the works of Gio Panlilio.


︎ “From the beginning, we thought: This is how we’ll be different. We’ll only show photography from local artists, and really focus on photographers who are still emerging, still trying to find their style, and to give them a platform to show their work.”



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The Innovator

by Jonty Cruz




q&a

Kate Elazegui on her career as a publishing designer, how she wants to reinvent Opinion, and her New York Magazine state of mind


︎ “I always tell my designers to think like an editor but perhaps more importantly, as a reader. To imagine yourself as a reader who might not know anything about design and ask yourself, ‘Does the visual experience make sense?’”



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Ways of Seeing

by Audrey Carpio




q&a


Three of the founders of Daang Dokyu on the importance of documentaries and how shifting the festival online proved to be an unanticipated success.

               
︎ “The pandemic honestly made Daang Dokyu more successful. The original venue was in UP Diliman. Cine Adarna sits 800 people. We were expecting 25 people at a time. In a way it was good for us, because there was no way we would have drawn that much attention. But having this online, there was a captive audience.“

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Inherent Vice

 by Audrey Carpio


q&a
Natashya Gutierrez on setting up the Vice APAC bureau and the virtues she learned from Maria Ressa.



︎ “When I report on anything related to the Philippines, that’s when I get hate. Very specific to Philippine content, and I think that says something.“


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︎ MADE IN THE PHILIPPINES