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2012

2012 Cinemalaya Winners

NEW BREED

BEST SOUND
Aparisyon

BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE  
Mikey Amistoso, Diego Mapa, Jazz Nicolas of Ang Nawawala (What Isn’t There)

BEST EDITING  
John Wong and Rona Delos Reyes (The Animals)
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN  
Benjamin Payumo of Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino  (Calle Marino)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Tristan Salas (Diablo)

BEST SCREENPLAY 
Rody Vera (REquieme)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF A SUPPORTING ACTOR 
Joross Gamboa of Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino (Calle Marino)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF A SUPPORTING ACTRESS 
Anita Linda (Santa Niña)

BEST DIRECTION 
Mes de Guzman (Diablo)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF AN ACTRESS 
Ama Quiambao (Diablo)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF AN ACTOR 
Kristoffer King (Oros)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE
REquieme

BEST FILM 
Diablo

SHORT FEATURE CATEGORY

BEST SCREENPLAY  
Sigrid Andrea Bernardo of Ang Paghihintay sa Bulong (Waiting to Whisper)
BEST DIRECTION  
Sheron Dayoc (As He Sleeps)
SPECIAL JURY PRIZE  
Manenaya (Waiting)

BEST FILM  
Victor

 
DIRECTORS SHOWCASE 

BEST SOUND  
Ditoy Aguila of Kalayaan (Wildlife)

BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE 
Diwa de Leon (Kamera Obskura)
BEST EDITING  
Vanessa de Leon of Mga Mumunting Lihim (Those Little Secrets)

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Adolfo Alix, Jr. of Kalayaan (Wildlife)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY  
Albert Banzon of Kalayaan (Wildlife)

BEST SCREENPLAY 
Jose Javier Reyes of Mga Mumunting Lihim (Those Little Secrets)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF A SUPPORTING ACTOR 
Art Acuña of Posas (Shackled)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF A SUPPORTING ACTRESS 
(ensemble)
Judy Ann Santos
Iza Calzado
Janice de Belen
Agot Isidro of Mga Mumunting Lihim (Those Little Secrets)

BEST DIRECTION  
Raymond Red (Kamera Obskura)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF AN ACTOR 
Eddie Garcia (Bwakaw)

BEST PERFORMANCE OF AN ACTRESS 
(ensemble)
Judy Ann Santos
Iza Calzado
Janice de Belen
Agot Isidro of Mga Mumunting Lihim (Those Little Secrets)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE 
Kamera Obskura

BEST FILM 
Posas (Shackled)

  • Ang Katiwala
    RUBEN loses his job as a carpenter in a small town in Zambales where he lives with his wife EDNA and their 10-year old son, BUDOY. Desperate to make ends meet, he accepts a job as a caretaker of an abandoned property in Quezon City. Ruben soon finds...
  • Ang Nawawala
    Gibson Bonifacio stopped speaking when he was a child. Now twenty years old, he returns home to Manila from his studies abroad, his first visit in three years. He finds his family trying to keep it together, his mother still hurting from a tragic...
  • Ang Paghihintay sa Bulong
    It is in the culture of the Filipinos that when a person dies, you can whisper and send your wishes to the dead. The film is about a family who happens to take care of their ailing mother / grandmother. They see this as a burden in their lives and...
  • Aparisyon
    It is 1971, and the sisters of the Adoration monastery lead quiet, insulated lives in a remote town in Rizal. Mother Superior Ruth leads the group in its prayers and daily rituals and prides herself in keeping the nuns removed from the vices and...
  • As He Sleeps
    In sickness and in health, should marriage really be an unconditional partnership that should never be broken? Christina, in her 30’s, is married to Hector, a husband who’s paralyzed and therefore physically incompetent to consummate their marriage...
  • Balintuna
    Two young boys who have met by fate are bound by the irony of their lives. Can two different people share the same story? And can each of them find his own escape?
  • Bohe
    Sama Palau or commonly known as "Badjaos", are the second Sea Gypsies in the world. They hail from the Southern parts of the Philippines to escape from conflicts and constant abuse from the pirates and ordinary folks. They find an island of hope...
  • Bwakaw
    Bwakaw is a drama-comedy about growing old, and everyone's fear of growing old alone. Rene is a gay man who came out of the closet at age 70. Ailing in his twilight years, he thinks it is now too late for love, even companionship, and that all there...
  • Although old and sickly, Nanay Lusing still works by selling blankets, pillows and mats in her small store. She lives alone in a big house up north. None of her five sons stay with her since each has his own work and life pursuit. Every night,...
  • Intoy Syokoy
    Intoy has had the hots for Doray since they were kids in Kalye Marino, Cavite City, formerly the American Naval Base in Sangley Point. Both marginalized as the long-lasting effect of American abandonment of the said base, Intoy has become Kalye...
  • Kalayaan (Wildlife)
    Julian, a Filipino soldier stationed in Kota Island, is ready to leave Kalayaan. He already completed his three months of service. News of a pending coup d' etat in Manila orders him to stay in the island until further notice. With nothing much to...
  • Kamera Obskura
    The title “Kamera Obskura” is a Filipino spelling of the latin “Camera Obscura” which simply means “dark room”. The film’s concept adheres to formalist cinema, where the filmmaker’s thesis is to make a semblance of a vintage film seemingly produced...

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