• Best Screenplay - THE HOUSEBAND’S WIFE
  • Best Direction - ONANG
  • Special Jury Prize - TAYA
  • Special Citation - SA WAKAS



  1. Best Sound - MICHAEL IDIOMA (Quick Change)
  2. Best Original Music Score - MON ESPIA (Transit)
  3. Best Editing - BENJAMIN TOLENTINO & HANNAH ESPIA (Transit)
  4. Best Production Design - ROY RED (Rekorder)
  5. Best Cinematography - BER CRUZ & LYLE NEMENZO SACRIS (Transit)
  6. Best Screenplay - EDUARDO ROY, JR. (Quick Change)
  7. Best Performance of a Supporting Actor - JOEY PARAS (Babagwa)
  8. Best Performance of a Supporting Actress - JASMINE CURTIS SMITH
  9. Best Direction - HANNAH ESPIA (Transit)
  10. Best Performance of an Actor - MIMI JUAREZ (Quick Change)
  11. Best Performance of an Actress - IRMA ADLAWAN (Transit)
  12. Special Jury Citation - Ensemble for Transit
  13. Special Jury Prize - QUICK CHANGE
  14. Best Film - TRANSIT



  1. Best Sound - ROGER TJ LADRO (Sana Dati)
  2. Best Original Music Score - JERROLD TAROG (Sana Dati)
  3. Best Editing - PATS R. RANYO (Sana Dati)
  4. Best Production Design - ERICSON NAVARRO (Sana Dati)
  5. Best Cinematography - MACKIE GALVEZ (Sana Dati)
  7. Best Performance of a Supporting Actor - TJ TRINIDAD (Sana Dati)
  8. Best Performance of a Supporting Actress - RUBY RUIZ (Ekstra)
  9. Best Direction - JERROLD TAROG (Sana Dati)
  10. Best Performance of an Actor - None
  11. Best Performance of an Actress - VILMA SANTOS (Ekstra)
  12. Special Jury Prize - EKSTRA
  13. Best Film - SANA DATI
  • Amor y Muerte
    An erotic 16th Century period drama, the film examines the initial encounter between the Indios (natives) and their colonizers (Spaniards) and their conflicting views on love, passion, religion and sexuality.
  • Babagwa (The Spider’s Lair)
    An Internet scammer falls in love with a wealthy old maid while trying to swindle her using a fake Facebook profile.
  • Bakaw
    When a child has no choice but to work. We follow a day in the life of a kid who steals at the Navotas fish port.
  • David F.
    Black is scientifically the absence of color, but not all who see it is color-blind, figuratively. David F. weaves three stories that look into the lineage of African-Americans in the Philippines--from American soldiers in the Fil-Am war to the “...
  • Debosyon
    Mando, a Bikolano devotee of Ina, Virgin of Peñafrancia, Patroness of Bikolandia, injures himself in the middle of the forest at the foot of the Mayon Volcano. He will be nursed back to health by a mysterious woman, Salome. They will eventually fall...
  • Ekstra
    A socio-realist drama-comedy film, it follows a seemingly usual day in the life of LOIDA MALABANAN (Vilma Santos) as she embarks on yet another shooting day of a soap opera as an extra. As the shoot goes on, we get a glimpse of the truth in the...
  • Instant Mommy
    Instant Mommy follows the story of Bechayda, a two-months-pregnant wardrobe assistant for TV commercial production. In the fear of losing her Japanese lover and her dreams of a better life, she embarks on a plan that will get herself out of her...
  • Katapusang Labok
    In a rural seaside town located north of Cebu, fisher folks face the harsh reality of environmental conditions caused by human abuse. Randy, a fisherman, leaves the sea and turns to religion and cockfighting.  Then a fellow fisherman invites him...
  • Liars
    The film tells the story of a journalist (Eloisa) whose expose’ of the truth results in life-changing consequences to a baseball team of poor boys. Inspired by a true story.
  • On the eve of his birthday, Makuy goes home from an exposure trip. After witnessing the squabble of his parents, he leaves home to search for Carl and to celebrate with him instead. On his way to find his partner, a gripping truth unfolds. Makuy is...
  • Nuwebe
    Inspired by the actual story of one of the youngest mothers in Philippine history, “Nuwebe” follows the story of Krista who at the tender age of 9 got pregnant from the sexual abuse perpetrated by her own father. What follows is a story of struggle...
  • Onang
    A 12-year-old girl named Onang (Yssa Ramos) found herself at the doorstep of reaching her dreams – to becom a performer. Onang, who lived all her life with her widowed father Tatang (Ronnie Lazaro) at the mountaintop in Ilocos Sur, joined a choir...


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