Philippine Cinema 2016: 20 Best Lead Performances

1 - Jaclyn Jose (Ma' Rosa) 122 points 2 - Paolo Ballesteros (Die Beautiful) 102.5 points 3 - Hasmine Killip (Pamilya Ordinaryo) 71.5 points 4 - Charo Santos (Ang Babaeng Humayo) 52.5 points 5 - Irma Adlawan (Oro) 49.5 points 6 - Angeli Bayani (Ned's Project) 37.5 points 7 - Laila Putli P. Ulao (Women … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: 20 Best Lead Performances

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Philippine Cinema 2016: 10 Best Scenes

One of the categories that we're always excited to see the results for is Best Scene. We first included the category in 2012, where the opening mermaid scene of Kalayaan was chosen as the top scene. In 2013, Jhong Hilario beating up a heavily pregnant Mercedes Cabral after finding out her treachery in Badil topped … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: 10 Best Scenes

Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Editing

1 - Ma' Rosa (Diego Marx Dobles) 25 points 2 - Die Beautiful (Benjamin Tolentino) 22 points 3 - Pamilya Ordinaryo (Carlo Francisco Manatad) 15 points, 5 votes 4 - Women of the Weeping River (Carlo Francisco Manatad) 15 points, 4 votes 5 - Sunday Beauty Queen (Chuck Gutierrez) 13 points 6 - Seklusyon (Jay Halili) 10 … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Editing

Philippine Cinema 2016: 10 Best Directors

1 - Brillante Mendoza (Ma' Rosa) 41 points 2 - Lav Diaz (Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis) 33 points 3 - Lav Diaz (Ang Babaeng Humayo) 23 points, 6 votes 4 - Sheron Dayoc (Women of the Weeping River) 23 points, 5 votes 5 - Eduardo Roy, Jr. (Pamilya Ordinaryo) 18 points 6 - Jun Lana … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: 10 Best Directors

Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Screenplay

1 - Die Beautiful (Rody Vera) 32 points 2 - Mercury Is Mine (Jason Paul Laxamana) 21 points 3 - Ma' Rosa (Troy Espiritu) 20 points 4 - How To Be Yours (Patrick John Valencia, Hyro Aguinaldo and Dan Villegas) 13 points, 5 votes 5 - Women of the Weeping River (Sheron Dayoc) 13 points, … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Screenplay

Philippine Cinema 2016: 5 Best Documentaries

1 - Sunday Beauty Queen (Babyruth Villarama) 44 points 2 - Forbidden Memory (Gutierrez Mangansakan II) 23 points 3 - Curiosity, Adventure and Love (Sunshine Lichauco de Leon and Suzanne Richiardone) 18 points, 7 votes, 1 second-place vote 4 - People Power Bombshell: The Diary of Vietnam Rose (John Torres) 18 points, 7 votes, no second-place vote … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: 5 Best Documentaries

Philippine Cinema 2016: 10 Best First Features

1 - 2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten (Petersen Vargas) 44 points 2 - Sakaling Hindi Makarating (Ice Idanan) 28 points 3 - Singing in Graveyards (Bradley Liew) 18 points 4 - Kusina (Cenon Palomares and David Corpuz) 17 points 5 - Si Magdalola at ang mga Gago (Jules Katanyag) 12 points 6 - Baka Bukas (Samantha … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: 10 Best First Features

Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Cinematography

1 - Tuos (Mycko David) 28 points, 8 votes, 3 first-place votes 2 - Seklusyon (Neil Bion) 28 points, 8 votes, 2 first-place votes 3 - Sakaling Hindi Makarating (Ice Idanan) 23 points 4 - Baboy Halas (Mark Limbaga and Raphael Meting) 22 points 5 - Ang Manananggal sa Unit 23B (Tey Clamor) 18 points 6 - … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Cinematography

Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Film Festival

Competition was tight among the top five filmfests for 2016 but in the end the revitalized Metro Manila Film Festival narrowly edged out QCinema to become the voters' favorite filmfest of 2016. 1 - Metro Manila Film Festival (46 points) 2 - Quezon City International Film Festival (43 points) 3 - Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival … Continue reading Philippine Cinema 2016: Best Film Festival