2014 Metro Manila Film Festival awards – full list of winners

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Derek Ramsay and Jennylyn Mercado of"English Only, Please" won the best actor and actress award during the 2014 MMFF Awards Night

Three movies, the historical film “Bonifacio, ang Unang Pangulo,” as well as “English Only, Please” and “Kubot: Aswang Chronicles 2” bagged the most coveted recognitions during the 40th Metro Manila Film Festival,  which was held Saturday night.

“Bonifacio” took home the best picture award while Derek Ramsay and Jennylyn Mercado of “English Only, Please” were recognized as the festival’s best actor and actress, respectively. Curiously, the movies which are currently dominating the box office scene were essentially blanked out during the awards night.

Below  is the complete list of winners, as originally reported by The Philippine Star:

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Derek Ramsay and Jennylyn Mercado of “English Only, Please” wins the best actor and actress award respectively during the 2014 MMFF Awards Night

Best Actress: Jennylyn Mercado for “English Only Please”
Best Actor: Derek Ramsay for “English Only Please”
Best Picture: “Bonifacio ang Unang Pangulo”
2nd Best Picture: “English Only Please”
3rd Best Picture: “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
Best Supporting Actress: Lotlot de Leon for “Kubot: Aswang Chronicles 2”
Best Supporting Actor: Joey Marquez for “Kubot: Aswang Chronicles 2”
Best Child Performer: Ryzza Mae Dizon for “My Big Bossing’s Adventures”
Best Director: Dan Villegas for “English Only Please”
Best Screenplay: “English Only Please”
Best Original Story: “English Only Please”
Best Cinematography: Carlo Mendoza for “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
Best Editing: Marya Ignacio for “English Only, Please”
Best Production Design: Ericson Navarro for “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
Best Visual Effects: “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
Best Makeup: “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
Best Original Theme Song: Von de Guzman for “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
Best Musical Score: Von de Guzman “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
Best Festival Sound Engineer: “Bonifacio Ang Unang Pangulo”
Best Float: “Bonifacio Ang Unang Pangulo”

New Wave:

New Wave Best Picture: “Magkakabaung”
New Wave Special Jury Prize: “M: Mother’s Maiden Name”
New Wave Best Actor: Allen Dizon “Magkakabaung”
New Wave Best Actress: Zsa Zsa Padilla for “M: Mother’s Maiden Name”
New Wave Best Director: Jason Paul Laxamana “Magkakabaung”
New Wave Best Supporting Actor: Kristoffer King for “Maratabat”
New Wave Best Supporting Actress: Gloria Sevilla “M: Mother’s Maiden Name”
New Wave Short Film Special Jury Prize: “Kalaw” by Asia Pacific Institute

Special Awards:

Commemorative Award: Manila Mayor Joseph Ejercito-Estrada
Gatpuno Antonio Villegas Cultural Award: “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
FPJ Memorial Award for Film Excellence: “Bonifacio Ang Unang Pangulo”
Youth Choice Award: “Bonifacio Ang Unang Pangulo”
Female Face of the Night: Nadine Lustre

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