Shooting for Bela Padilla's directorial debut 366 has officially wrapped up.
In an Instagram post over the weekend, the actress thanked the film's cast and crew for making this dream of hers materialize.
"Every person on our team pulled through and moved as safely and efficiently as possible. It's my first time to shoot a film with half the crew we worked with before the pandemic, but we did it, and it's possible!" she said.
Among those mentioned was Bela's co-director Irene Villamor, whom the actress thanked for guiding her and for being a positive mentor.
"I felt so comfortable and at ease because I knew you were with me every step of the way. Gone are the days of oppressive heads on set that scrutinize your possible choices. Thank you, thank you, thank you," she wrote.
She also thanked her lead stars, Zanjoe Marudo and JC Santos, for saying yes to the project and for going beyond her expectations.
"You two have always been my favorite actors to have worked with and saying yes to doing this project made me want to do this better, even more. I was blessed to have worked with you two again and I hope I met your expectations because you both clearly have met mine, and then some. Thank you for the trust and support. I will remember this kindness forever," she said.
Addressing her 366 family, Bela wrote: "God bless Team 366! Thank you, everyone. Now, to the next chapter!"
A target release date for the movie has yet to be announced as of this writing.