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CINEMA ONE ORIGINALS 2013 WINNERS
And here are the CINEMA ONE ORIGINALS 2013 Winners!
For BEST PICTURE:
Alamat Ni China Doll by Adolfo Alix, Jr.
Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi na by Jet Leyco
Aside from Best Picture, ALAMAT NI CHINA DOLL also took home five other awards, including Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Music, and Best Sound.
Riddles of My Homecoming
While BUKAS NA LANG SAPAGKAT GABI NA also took home the award for Best Screenplay, while “Riddles of My Homecoming” of Arnel Maldoquio took home a total of five awards, including the Jury Prize, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, and Best Music.
Best Actress for Angelica Panganiban
For the Plus category, the Best Actress went to Angelica Panganiban, while the Best Actor Award went to Joel Torre for “Kabisera”. The titles of Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor went to Bing Pimentel for “Kabisera” and to Peque Gallaga for “Woman of the Ruins,” respectively.
Best Actress for Vivian Velez
The Best Actress award for the Currents category went to Vivian Velez for “Bendor,” and the Best Actor award went to the “Saturday Night Chills” main trio composed of Rayver Cruz, Matteo Guidicelli, and Joseph Marco. The Best Supporting Actress award went to Anna Luna for “Bendor,” while the title of Best Supporting Actor went to David Chua, also for “Saturday Night Chills”.
Saturday Night Chills
This year’s festival also honored two of today’s most important icons in the realm of Philippine Cinema—Director Elwood Perez and Mother Lily Monteverde, who were both named recipients of the Cinema One Tribute.
Joel Torre for Kabisera
Woman of The Ruins
The Cinema One Originals Festival 2013 Awards Night was held last November 16 (Saturday) at the Dolphy Theater of ABS CBN.
Cinema One is now accepting entries for next year’s Cinema One Originals Festival which shall mark the festival’s first decade. All submissions should be complete full scripts for a feature length film. The film script should tackle a commercially viable subject with universal themes. The filmmaker submitting these script entries should be ready to discuss the sellable and marketable points of the proposed film project.
From all submissions, ten finalists will be selected and will be given a production budget of P2 million each, the highest budget given by any institution or festival in the country.
All entries must be submitted by January 15, 2014.