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[Ask Me Anything] We are Katrina and Kim Legaspi, the sisters behind "Fervent Wish (Mithi)"

With National Siblings Day nearing, this week we have sisters Katrina and Kim Legaspi, filmmaker and actor pair behind "Fervent Wish (Mithi)"! They are here to share their experiences of working on creative projects together and their insights of the film and TV industry in the Philippines.

Katrina started acting at 10 years old in the TV series titled "Hiram" in ABS-CBN. She's been known as "Hopia" in the Kiddie Gag Show, Goin' Bulilit. She has been acting in various TV series and movies in the Philippines for 12 years. She also graduated BA Communication Arts in Miriam College despite her hectic schedule. Aside from comedy, Katrina has a passion for acting and has been given good reviews in her drama acting in various episodes MMK and Ipaglaban Mo. Katrina is currently acting in a supporting role in ABS-CBN TV Series "A Love to Last" and "The Better Half"..

Kim currently works in ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp as a Producer and Writer. She graduated from the University of Sto. Tomas and Asia Pacific Film Institute in Manila. Before focusing on film, she has worked as a Segment Producer, a Writer and Editor for TV. Thereafter, she has amassed a variety of experiences in the creative industry, writing and directing short films (Reverie and Mithi), directing and winning a music video award. She describes herself as a "multi-tasker" and a "movie fanatic", passionate about travelling, exploring and telling stories.

Ask them any questions you have NOW and check back for a response from Kim or Katrina on Sat, 8th April 2017!

Here are some questions you can ask:
1. What was it like working together with your sister on a film project?
2. What were your first jobs in the industry and what were they like?
3. What are some of the challenges you've faced working in the film and TV industry?
4. Do you have the same tastes in movies? What were your favourite movies growing up?

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