Gabbi Garcia at #MakingMEGAinFrance Exclusive Screening

  • November 28, 2017

After the release of the very first print issue of with Gabbi Garcia on the cover, it was immediately followed by an exclusive screening of the fashion documentary directed by Emmy award-winning director, Michael Carandang.

Related: Here’s How it Feels Like to Work with MEGA According to Gabbi

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On Monday, November 27, an intimate screening of Making MEGA in France was held at Early Night? in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. Gabbi’s family and closest friends graced the event to witness an astounding 45-minute fashion documentary. Among Gabbi’s friends who attended were VIVA actress Issa Pressman and MC Marga Bermudez.

Gabbi with Issa Pressman and Marga Bermudez

Gabbi with her family team

Gabbi with MEGA magazine team

TV 100 team

“It’s such a heartfelt documentary and a lot has happened doon sa docu. It wasn’t just about working in France, but the video showed how we really bonded during the trip. It’s very memorable,” said Gabbi of the documentary. “I really cried when I saw the Eiffel tower. I feel very fulfilled because MEGA brought me there. It wasn’t a personal travel, but there’s work involved. All of us was just really overwhelming,” she shared.

When asked by Inside Showbiz which part of the docu she liked the most, Gabbi picked the most interesting one, “The most memorable part in the docu for me is when the photo leaked [online] while we were doing the shoot in France! It really showed kasi how dedicated everyone was for the docu and the cover shoot.”

As for the lessons she has learned after traveling with the MEGA and MEGAStyle team in France for the prestigious fashion shoot, Gabbi simply answered, “Hard work pays off! There’s so much more that you can do talaga. You can’t be limited. It should be limitless. If you think your age stops you or your resources or whatnot, it doesn’t talaga. There’s so much more that you can do. Age isn’t an excuse to reach those dreams. You can always learn everyday and just believe in yourself.”

After the launch of her first fashion documentary Making MEGA in France, Gabbi is also set to appear in an MMFF (Metro Manila Film Festival) film with Vic Sotto and Dawn Zulueta on Christmas day.

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