Matteo Guidicelli wins his first acting trophy in the recently concluded Cinema One Originals Film Festival.
Held Saturday evening at Dolphy Theater in ABS-CBN Compound in Quezon City, the awards night recognizes the best films, actors and production team in this year’s festival.
Matteo won the Best Actor trophy with co-actors Joseph Marco and Rayver Cruz for their movie ‘Saturday Nights Chills’ in the Currents Category.
Meanwhile,’Actress Vivian Velez bagged the Best Actress award for “Bendor’ while ‘Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na’ was named Best Picture in the said category.
Arnel Mardoquios’s ‘Riddles of my Homecoming’ bagged a total of four awards including Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Music.
‘Banana Split’ host Angelica Panganiban (Alamat ni China Doll) and seasoned actor Joel Torre (Kabisera) bagged the top acting awards in the Plus Category.
Alamat ni China Doll also took home major awards such as Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Music and Best Sound.
Here’s the complete list of winners in Cinema One Originals 2013:
Best Picture: “Alamat ni China Doll”
Jury Prize: “Sitio”
Best Director: Borgy Torre (“Kabisera”)
Best Actress: Angelica Panganiban (“Alamat ni China Doll”)
Best Actor: Joel Torre (“Kabisera”)
Best Supporting Actress: Bing Pimentel (“Kabisera”)
Best Supporting Actor: Peque Gallaga (“Woman of the Ruins”)
Best Screenplay: Mes de Guzman (“Sitio”)
Best Cinematography: Albert Banzon (“Alamat ni China Doll”)
Best Editing: Charliebebs Gohetia (“Alamat ni China Doll”)
Best Production Design: Marielle Hizon (“Blue Bustamante”)
Best Music: Lav Diaz (“Alamat ni China Doll”)
Best Sound: Mark Locsin, Dante Cuanico, Mike Idioma, and Alex Tomboc (“Alamat ni China Doll”)
Best Picture: “Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na”
Jury Prize: “Riddles of my Homecoming”
Best Director: Arnel Mardoquio (“Riddles of my Homecoming”)
Best Actress: Vivian Velez (“Bendor”)
Best Actor: Rayver Cruz, Matteo Guidicelli, and Joseph Marco (“Saturday Night Chills”)
Best Supporting Actress: Anna Luna (“Bendor”)
Best Supporting Actor: David Chua (“Saturday Night Chills”)
Best Screenplay: Jet Leyco and Norman Wilwayco (“Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na”)
Best Cinematography: Arbi Balbuena and McRobert Nacario (“Riddles of my Homecoming”)
Best Editing: Dempster Samarista (“Saturday Night Chills”)
Best Production Design: Perry Dizon (“Riddles of my Homecoming”)
Best Music: Gauss Obenza (“Riddles of my Homecoming”)
Best Sound: Mikko Quizon (“Islands”)
‘Woman of the Ruins’ got the Audience Choice Award while Regal Entertainment Lily Monteverde and director Elwood Perez were this year’s recipient of Cinema One Tribute.
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