Philippine Cinema 2018: 10 Best Screenplays

1 – Signal Rock (Rody Vera) 69 points 2 – Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon (John Carlo Pacala) 61 points 3 – Oda sa Wala (Dwein Baltazar) 46 points 4 – Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus (Dwein Baltazar) 40 points 5 – Never Not Love You (Antoinette Jadaone) 34 points 6 – Mamu: And a Mother Too (Rod Singh) 30 … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2018: 10 Best Screenplays

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Philippine Cinema 2018: 10 Best Directors

1 – Dwein Baltazar (Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus, Oda sa Wala) 112 points 2 – Carlo Catu (Aria, Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon, Mga Anak ng Kamote) 59 points 3 – Chito Rono (Signal Rock) 47 points 4 – Jerrold Tarog (Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral) 45 points 5 – Erik Matti (BuyBust) 38 points 6 – Irene Villamor … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2018: 10 Best Directors

Philippine Cinema 2018: 10 Best Ensemble Performances

1 – Cast of Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus (98 points) 2 – Cast of Signal Rock (74 points) 3 – Cast of Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon (71 points) 4 – Cast of Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral (36 points) 5 – Cast of Ang Panahon ng Halimaw (31 points) 6 – Cast of Pan de … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2018: 10 Best Ensemble Performances

Philippine Cinema 2018: 20 Best Supporting Performances

1 – Therese Malvar (Distance) 140 points 2 – Arjo Atayde (BuyBust) 98 points 3 – Menggie Cobarrubias (Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon) 93 points 4 – Anthony Falcon (Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus) 91 points 5 – EJ Jallorina (Mamu: And a Mother Too) 85 points 6 – Joem Bascon (Double Twisting Double Back) 69 points, 12 votes 7 – … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2018: 20 Best Supporting Performances

Philippine Cinema 2018: 20 Best Lead Performances

1 – Marietta Subong (Oda sa Wala) 239 points 2 – Christian Bables (Signal Rock) 186 points 3 – Glaiza de Castro (Liway) 137 points 4 – Iyah Mina (Mamu: And a Mother Too) 127 points 5 – Alwyn Uytingco (Asuang) 113 points 6 – Eddie Garcia (ML) 97 points 7 – Nadine Lustre (Never Not Love You) 82 points 8 – … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2018: 20 Best Lead Performances

The Best Filipino Films of 2018

Skilty Labastilla When I first started listing my favorite local films in 2011, I had a 1-year-old child. Seven years and two more kids later, it's now quite a challenge trying to balance family life, work life, and cinema life since the first two always take precedence. But when you love something, you find ways, … Continue reading The Best Filipino Films of 2018

Respeto tops 2017 film poll, named best in 6 other categories

Respeto, Treb Monteras II's debut film about a young rapper living in a Manila slum who meets his match in an aging poet living in his neighborhood, tops the Pinoy Rebyu poll of the best in Philippine cinema in 2017, with 32 poll participants submitting ballots in 14 categories. Respeto also topped the categories for … Continue reading Respeto tops 2017 film poll, named best in 6 other categories

The best local film scenes of 2017

You never really know what kind of moments stick with you months after a movie comes out. For our invited voters, below are the ten most memorable scenes in Philippine cinema in 2017. This list is part of our 7th Annual Film Poll, and like what we did last year, we have invited reviewers and … Continue reading The best local film scenes of 2017

Philippine Cinema 2017: Best Film Festivals

After just five years of existence, QCinema is now the festival to beat in terms of local and international offerings. It is closely followed by C1 Originals, which last year also featured international festival favorites in its line-up. Interestingly, after topping this category last year following reforms made in the selection of finalists, the MMFF … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2017: Best Film Festivals

Philippine Cinema 2017: 10 Best Short Films

1 - Fatima Marie Torres and the Invasion of Space Shuttle Pinas 25 (Carlo Francisco Manatad) 45 points 2 - Sorry for the Inconvenience (Carl Adrian Chavez) 28 points 3 - Aliens Ata (Glenn Barit) 22 points 4 - Hilom (P.R. Patindol) 16 points 5 - Si Astri maka si Tambulah (Xeph Suarez) 15 points 6 - Lola Loleng (Che … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2017: 10 Best Short Films