Alamat ni China Doll by Adolf Alix, Jr. and Bukas na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na by Jet Leyco won the best picture awards for the two categories of this year’s Cinema One Originals during award ceremonies held last Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Dolphy Theater.
During the awarding ceremonies, two icons of Philippine Cinema—Director Elwood Perez and Regal Films Producer Mother Lily Monteverde—were named recipients of the Cinema One Tribute.
Here is the complete list of winners for the 2013 Cinema One Originals:
CINEMA ONE PLUS
Best Picture: Alamat Ni China Doll
Jury Prize: Sitio
Best Director: Borgy Torre, Kabisera
Best Screenplay: Mes de Guzman, Sitio
Best Actor: Joel Torre, Kabisera
Best Actress: Angelica Panganiban, Alamat Ni China Doll
Best Supporting Actor: Peque Gallaga, Woman Of The Ruins
Best Supporting Actress: Bing Pimentel, Kabisera
Best Cinematography: Albert Banzon, Alamat Ni China Doll
Best Production Design: Marielle Hizon, Blue Bustamante
Best Editing: Charliebebs Gohetia, Alamat Ni China Doll
Best Music: Lav Diaz, Alamat Ni China Doll
Best Sound: Mark Locsin, Dante Cuanico, Mike Idioma and Alex Tomboc, Alamat ni China Doll
CINEMA ONE CURRENTS
Best Picture: Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na
Jury Prize: Riddles Of My Homecoming
Best Director: Arnel Mardoquio, Riddles Of My Homecoming
Best Screenplay: Jet Leyco and Norman Wilwayco, Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na
Best Actor: Rayver Cruz, Matteo Guidicelli and Joseph Marco, Saturday Night Chills
Best Actress: Vivian Velez, Bendor
Best Supporting Actor: David Chua, Saturday Night Chills
Best Supporting Actress: Anna Luna, Bendor
Best Cinematography: Arbi Balbuena and McRobert Nacario,
Best Production Design: Perry Dizon, Riddles Of My Homecoming
Best Editing: Dempster Samarista, Saturday Night Chills
Best Music: Gauss Obenza, Riddles Of My Homecoming
Best Sound: Mikko Quizon, Islands
Biogesic Short Film: Magic Touch (UE Caloocan)
Audience Choice Award: Woman Of The Ruins
The Cinema One Originals Festival 2013 was brought to you by Cinema One, the country’s number one cable channel. 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. For updates, visit Cinema One on Facebook.
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