Best Picture - Halaw
    Best Direction – Halaw, Sheron Dayoc
    Best Performance by an Actor – John Arcilla, Halaw
    Best Editing – Halaw, Lester Olager, Chuck Gutierrez
    Best Sound – Limbunan, Dempster Samarista
    Best Screenplay – Mayohan, Paul Sta. Ana
    Best Cinematography – Mayohan, Dan Villegas
    Best Performance by an Actress – Lovi Poe, Mayohan
    Best Original Score – Mayohan, Emerzon Texon
    Best Sound Design – Rekrut, Albert Michael Idioma
    Best Performance by a Supporting Actor – Rekrut, Emilio Garcia
    Special Jury Prize – Sampaguita
    Best Cinematography – The Leaving, Rommel Andreo Sales, Jr.
    Best Production Design – The Leaving, Syrel Lopez, Ivan Zaldarriaga
    Best Performance by a Supporting Actress – The Leaving, LJ Reyes
    Best Film – Donor
    Best Production Design – Donor, Aped Santos
    Best Performance of an Actor -  Baron Geisler, Donor
    Best Performance of an Actress - Meryll Soriano, Donor
    Best Performance of a Supporting Actress – Donor, Karla Pambid
    Best Editing – Pink Halo-halo, Chuck Gutierrez
    Best Performance of a Supporting Actor – Tirso Cruz III, Sigwa
    Best Direction – Two Funerals, Gil Portes
    Best Screenplay – Two Funerals, Enrique Ramos
    Best Cinematography – Two Funerals, Arvin Viola
    Special Jury Prize – Two Funerals
    Best Screenplay – Harang, Mikhail Red
    Best Direction – P, Rommel Tolentino
    Special Jury Prize Award – P
    Audience Choice Award - P
    Best Film for Children – P
    Best Film – Wag Kang Titingin

  • Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio is the untold story of the trial of Andres Bonifacio under the Revolutionary Government of Pres. Emilio Aguinaldo. Two leaders, Andres Bonifacio, the Supremo of the Katipuneros, and Emilio Aguinaldo, president of...
  • Boca is the story of Charlemagne Alejandro who has an oral fixation. He lost his mother when he was only three months old.  Now a grown man, he compensates the lack of motherly love with chain smoking. He doesn’t think much of his job and...
  • Life is short. Breakfast with Lolo shows how a grandson ultimately lives life to the fullest with his grandfather as they go on an adventure in search of the most delicious pancakes for breakfast. This story is based on one of the most memorable...
  • After a long absence, a young woman returns to the home of her grandmother near the dying Pasig River. Across the generations, they discover common depths of loss and loneliness that, while shared, continue to flow as dark undercurrents in their...
  • Despedida follows Michael, a man trapped asa caregiver to his dying parents. On a chance encounter, he meets the girl of his dreams.  He then finds himself in a situation whether to follow emotions or rationality.
  • In her desire to work abroad, Lizette, a vendor of pirated DVDs, decides to sell her kidney to a wealthy Arabian patient. When a law is announced banning organ transplants between Filipinos and foreigners, Lizette agrees to marry the Arab, a man she...
  • Two teachers from a private college clash with their opposing views on education. Faculty is a prequel to the full feature film Senior Year.
  • Jahid, an illiterate Badjao, and his 9-year-old daughter Daying illegally cross the border of the Philippines and Malaysia through the southern backdoor. Determined to reunite with his wife, he leaves behind everything they have in Jolo to search...
  • Headed to the city, a man drives his jeep along an isolated rural road. He soon encounters a series of strange obstacles and barriers that will challenge him throughout his journey. As several surreal events begin to unfold, he meets a few...
  • The film tells the story of Gum-o, an Ifugao boy orphaned by his father, who wishes to make a wooden bike for the girl he admires.  As Gum-o realizes his plans, he learns more about his father through his legacy.
  • Limbunan captures the ritual motions of the women in a family preparing for the wedding of seventeen-year-old Ayesah who is betrothed to a man she barely knows. As Maguindanaon tradition dictates, she will be kept from public view in her private...
  • Lola is an aswang. In Philippine folklore, an aswang is a combination of vampire, witch, and shape-shifter. She is hired as an actress by a very ambitious and demanding director who exploits her supernatural abilities to save on production cost.


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