After American actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt invited Filipinos to do voice acting, he is now looking for Filipino writers for a new project.
In a Facebook post on Friday, “The 500 days of Summer” actor is searching for people from the Philippines to write on the photo he shared about “the beautiful moment in Donsol,” a municipality in Sorsogon, Philippines.
“Looking for people from the Philippines who like to write… know anyone?” he wrote.
“I need someone to write a sentence or two that tells the story of this beautiful moment in Donsol. If you feel like doing some writing, post your story here: https://hitrecord.app.link/uA1daxFSV8,” he added.
The link he shared will lead to the HITRECORD page where the participants will write a sentence or two that tells the story of “the beautiful moment in the Philippines.”
According to Joseph’s Facebook page, he directs Hitrecord, an open-collaborative production company established in 2010, which is an internet thing for being “creative.”
Earlier, Joseph invited Filipinos to participate in a global poetry project by recording their own voices.