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Cinemalaya 2014 Awards Night (List of Winners)

Last August 10, Cinemalaya 2014 which opened on August 1, already held its Award’s Night at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

The films which were included are the following: The Janitor, Kasal, Hustisya, Children’s Show, Sundalong Kanin, Mariquina, Mga Ligaw na Paruparo, Padulong sa Pinuy-anan, The Ordinary Things We Do, Nakabibinging Kadiliman, Lola, Indayog ng Nayatamak, Si Ginoong Supremo at ang Walang Hanggang Linya, Milkyboy and Badil.


Below is the complete list of the winner’s for this year’s Cinemalaya. (via Jessica Bartolome/BM, GMA News)

Best Film
Short Feature - Asan si Lolo Mê
Director's Showcase - Kasal
New Breed - Bwaya

Best Director
Short Feature - Kevin Ang, Lola
Director's Showcase - Michael Tuviera, The Janitor

Special Jury Award
Short Feature - The Ordinary Things We Do
Director's Showcase - Hari ng Tondo
New Breed - K'na the Dreamweaver

2014 Gawad Balanghai:  Kidlat Tahimik, "Father of Philippine Independent Cinema"

Best Editing
Director's Showcase - Tara Illenberger, The Janitor
New Breed - Gerone Centeno, Children's Show

Best Screenplay
Short Feature - Kevin Ang, Lola
Director's Showcase - Aloy Adlawan and Michael Tuviera, The Janitor
New Breed - Giancarlo Abrahan, Dagitab

Best Actor
Director's Showcase - Robert Arevalo, Hari ng Tondo
New Breed - Dante Rivero, 1st ko si 3rd

Best Actress
Director's Showcase - Nora Aunor, Hustisya
New Breed - Eula Valdez, Dagitab

Best Supporting Actress
Director's Showcase - Cris Villonco, Hari ng Tondo
New Breed - Barbie Forteza, Mariquina

Best Supporting Actor
Director's Showcase - Nicco Manalo, The Janitor
New Breed - Miggs Cuaderno, Children's Show

Netpac Award
Director's Showcase - Hustisya
New Breed - Bwaya

Special Citation for Ensemble Acting
New Breed - Elmo Magalona, Coleen Garcia, Sophie Albert, Kit Thompson, Chynna Ortaleza

Best poster design: Asintado (Justin Besana)

Canon's Best Cinematography: Kasal (Mycko David)

Audience Choice:
Shorts - Lola
Director's Showcase - Hustisya
New Breed - Sudalong Kanin

Best Sound:
Director's Showcase - The Janitor (Mike Idioma)
New Breed - Children's Show

Best musical score:
Director's Showcase - Kasal (Richard Gonzales)
New Breed - Buwaya (Erwin Fajardo )

Best production design:
Director's Showcase - Kasal (Harley Alcasid)
New Breed - Dreamweaver (Toym Imao)

Best cinematography:
Director's Showcase - Kasal (Mycko David)
New Breed - Buwaya (Neil Daza)

The said Philippine Independent Film Festival is a competition of different entries from different Filipino directors, writers, editors and the rest of the team. “It also aims to invigorate the Philippine filmmaking by developing a new breed of Filipino filmmakers.” – Official Cinemalaya website.

Also, Cinemalaya has a non-profit foundation which is the Cinemalaya Foundation Inc. “The Cinemalaya Foundation was established for the following purposes: to help develop and support the production of cinematic works of Filipino independent filmmakers that boldly articulate and freely interpret the Filipino experience with fresh insight and artistic integrity; to discover, encourage, support, train and recognize gifted Filipino independent filmmakers; to promote Filipino independent films locally and internationally; and to establish a network for exchange, communication, and cooperation among members of the independent film sector.” – Official Cinemalaya website


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