After receiving her eight Best Actress trophy in the Metro Manila Film Festival, Nora Aunor promises to do more quality movies in the coming years.
Aunor bagged the said award in her award-winning movie, ‘Thy Womb.’
The movie also received six awards including Best Director, Most Gender Sensitive film and the Gatpuno Antonio Villegas Cultural award, in the 2012 MMFF.
During the awards night on Thursday, Aunor said she was thrilled on the recognition and she even plans to finance some of her upcoming films.
‘Thy Womb’ received several international awards before joining the MMFF but it was pulled out from some movie houses due to low box-office turn out since it opened on Christmas Day.
Aunor said she doesn’t want to comment on such news.
During the awards night, former President Joseph Estrada handed Aunor her Best Actress trophy and the Star of the Night award.
It marked her renewed friendship with the former President and it was also her first time to meet him after a long time .
She approached Estrada after her win.
Meanwhile, Nora will star in an upcoming series ‘Never Say Goodbye’ on TV5 and she has a pending concert slated this May.