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2014

CINEMALAYA X:  2014 Philippine Independent Film Festival
 
SHORT FEATURE
Best Screenplay - Kevin Tan Ang, Lola
Best Director - Kevin Tan Ang, Lola
Best Film – Asan si Lolo Mê?                          
Special Jury Prize - The Ordinary Things We Do
Audience Choice – Lola
 
DIRECTORS SHOWCASE
Best Sound - The Janitor
Best Musical Score - Richard Gonzales, Kasal
Best Editing - Tara Illenberger, The Janitor
Best Production Design - Harley Alcasid, Kasal
Best Cinematography - Mycko David, Kasal
Best Screenplay - Aloy Adlawan and Michael Tuviera, The Janitor
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Nicco Manalo,The Janitor
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Cris Villonco, Hari ng Tondo
Best Performance by a Lead Actor - Robert Arevalo, Hari ng Tondo
Best Performance by a Lead Actress - Nora Aunor, Hustisya
Special Jury Prize - Hari ng Tondo
Best Director - Michael Tuviera, The Janitor
Best Film – Kasal
NETPAC Award:  Hustisya
 
NEW BREED CATEGORY
Best Sound - Children's Show
Best Musical Score - Erwin Fajardo, Bwaya
Best Editing - Gerone Centena, Children's Show
Best Production Design - Toym Imao, K'na, the Dreamweaver
Best Cinematography - Neil Daza, Bwaya
Best Screenplay - Giancarlo Abrahan V, Dagitab
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Miggs Cuaderno, Children's Show
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Barbie Forteza, Mariquina
Best Performance by a Lead Actor - Dante Rivero, 1st ko si 3rd
Best Performance by a Lead Actress -Eula Valdez, Dagitab
Special Citation for Ensemble Acting - #Y:  Elmo Magalona, Coleen Garcia, Sophie Albert, Kit Thompson, Slater Young, Chynna Ortaleza
Special Jury Prize - K'na, the Dreamweaver
Best Film - Bwaya
Best Director - Giancarlo Abrahan V, Dagitab
Canon Award Best Cinematography – Children’s Show
NETPAC Award:  Bwaya
 
SPECIAL AWARDS
Best Poster Design:  Justin Besana for Asintado
Audience Choice Award, New Breed Category:  Sundalong Kanin
Audience Choice Award, Directors Showcase:  Hustisya
2014 Gawad Balanghai:  Kidlat Tahimik, father of Philippine Independent Cinema
 
 
 

  • #Y
    Miles is a junior in college, living a seemingly normal life. But on the eve of his attempted suicide, a call from his best friend, to tell him about her latest escapade, eventually renders the attempt useless. As he goes through the musings of...
  • 1st ko si 3rd
    On the first day of her retirement, 65-year-old Cory busies herself by cleaning her house until it was immaculate and spotless. Still, something does not feel right. She is not used to the silence and spending every waking hour with just her...
  • Asan si Lolo Mê?
    A mother tells her young son that his grandfather has turned into a goat in order to cover up the grandfather's death.
  • Asintado
    When a 16-year-old kid botches a drug courier job and is facing imminent murder, his mother pushes his mentally-challenged brother to kill the drug dealer in order to save him. Intoy is a special child who has an astonishing skill in...
  • Bwaya
    Bwaya is a Tagalog word which literally means “crocodile.” The term is also currently used to refer to corrupt individuals, usually politicians. It also connotes greed. The film is based on a true-to-life account of an incident in 2009 when a...
  • Children's Show
    Inspired by a TV documentary made by the same director, the film is based on a true story of children ages 13-15 being exploited by a powerful syndicate managing a betting game involving underground fighting. Al and Jun, fraternal twin...
  • Dagitab (Sparks)
    It is summer. Jimmy and Issey Tolentino, are on the brink of separation after almost 20 years of marriage. Jimmy, a Philippine Studies professor, chases after a deity that is the subject of his research when he mistakes it for the ghost of an ex-...
  • Eyeball
    A vain man is out to meet a woman he met on Facebook for the first time. While waiting for her, he comes upon a naive guy whom he teaches his ways on attracting women. But the vain may need to learn some more.
  • Hari ng Tondo
    Ricardo Villena (Robert Arevalo) finds out he has lost his fortune, on the same day he is told his granddaughter Anna’s (CrisVillonco) wedding is not pushing through and his grandson and namesake Ricky (Rafa Siguion-Reyna) is not graduating from...
  • Hustisya
    A woman fights for her soul in the belly of the city. Biring (Nora Aunor) is a foul-mouthed woman who works for Vivian, her townsmate in Bicol province. Vivian operates a human trafficking agency controlled by a powerful syndicate. But Biring...
  • Ina-Tay
    A beautician named Elvis (also known as Elvira) finds out one day that he has fathered a bouncing baby boy and is left with the challenge of single parenthood.  
  • Indayog ng Nayatamak
    A struggle between a painter and his work.

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