Angel Locsin and ER Ejercito repeat wins at Star Awards for Movies

For the second consecutive year, Angel Locsin and Governor ER Ejercito won top acting honors at PMPC Star Awards for Movies. Angel was named Best Actress for One More Try while ER won Best Actor for El Presidente.


Sa ikalawang magkasunod na taon ay napagwagian nina Angel Locsin at Governor ER Ejercito ang Best Actress at Best Actor sa Star Awards for Movies ng Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC).

Noong nakaraang taon ay sila rin ang nagwagi para sa kanilang pagganap sa mga pelikulang In The Name of Love para kay Angel at Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story para kay ER.

Ngayon naman, sa 29th PMPC Star Awards for Movies, nagwagi si Angel para sa kanyang pagganap sa One More Try at si ER ay nanalo para sa kanyang role bilang si Emilio Aguinaldo sa El Presidente.

Ang mga pelikulang ito ay parehong naging entries sa 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Masasabing bigatin ang mga tinalo ni Angel sa kategoryang Best Actress, na kinabibilangan ng Superstar na si Nora Aunor para sa Thy Womb at ang Star For All Seasons na si Vilma Santos para sa The Healing.

Ang ilan pang nakalaban ni Angel ay sina Gina Alajar (Mater Dolorosa), Bea Alonzo (The Mistress), Angelica Panganiban (One More Try), at Jodi Sta. Maria (Migrante).

Sa MMFF ay tinalo si Angel ni Nora.

Tinalo naman ni ER sa Best Actor ang matinee idols na sina John Lloyd Cruz (The Mistress), Dingdong Dantes (One More Try), Coco Martin (Sta. Nina), Jericho Rosales (Alagwa), at Aga Muhlach (Of All The Things).

Kasama rin sa tinalo ng actor-politician ang veteran actor na si Eddie Garcia, na kinilala sa iba’t ibang international film festivals para sa kanyang pagganap sa indie film na Bwakaw.

Sa isang panayam ay sinabi ni ER na mas bilib siya sa mga hurado ng Star Awards kumpara sa mga hurado ng MMFF, kunsaan dalawang beses siyang tinalo ni Dingdong Dantes sa parehong pagkakataon.

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Humakot ng pinakamaraming awards ang pelikula ni ER na El Presidente sa 29th Star Awards for Movies na ginanap kagabi, March 10, sa AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

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Sa kabuuan ay nagwagi ito ng walong tropeyo, kabilang na ang Best Picture at Best Director para kay Mark Meily.

Napanalunan din ng El Presidente ang Best Original Theme Song para sa “Aking Inang Bayan” na inawit ni Maita Ejercito, ang asawa ni ER at kasalukuyang mayor ng Pagsanjan, Laguna.

Samantala, napanalunan nina Janice de Belen at Carlo Aquino ang Best Supporting Actress at Best Supporting Actor para sa pagganap nila sa Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles at Mater Dolorosa, respectively.

Sina Tippy Dos Santos at Neil Coleta naman ang nagwaging New Movie Actress and Actor para sa pagganap nila sa musical film na I Do Bidoo Bidoo.

Sa indie category, itinanghal na Indie Movie of the Year ang Alagwa.

Narito ang kumpletong listahan ng mga nanalo sa 29th PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2013:

Movie of the Year - El Presidente

Movie Director of the Year - Mark Meily (El Presidente)

Indie Movie of the Year - Alagwa

Indie Movie Director of the Year - Ian Loreños (Alagwa)

Movie Actor of the Year - Jeorge “ER” Estregan (El Presidente)

Movie Actress of the Year - Angel Locsin (One More Try)

Movie Supporting Actor of the Year - Carlo Aquino (Mater Dolorosa)

Movie Supporting Actress of the Year - Janice de Belen (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)

New Movie Actor of the Year - Neil Coleta (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)

New Movie Actress of the Year (tie) - Tippy Dos Santos (I Do Bidoo Bidoo) and Kim Komatsu (Mga Mumunting Lihim)

Child Performer of the Year - Bugoy Cariño (Alagwa)

Movie Screenwriter of the Year - Mark Meily (El Presidente)

Movie Cinematographer of the Year - Carlo Mendoza (El Presidente)

Movie Production Designer of the Year - Danny Red and Joel Bilbao (El Presidente)

Movie Editor of the Year - Jason Cahapay and Ryan Orduña (El Presidente)

Movie Musical Scorer of the Year - Vincent de Jesus (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)

Movie Sound Engineer of the Year - Corinne de San Jose and Ditoy Aguila (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)

Movie Original Theme Song of the Year - “Aking Inang Bayan” from the movie El Presidente (Composed by Marizen Soriano, arranged by Jessie Lasaten, interpreted by Maita Ejercito)

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Indie Movie Screenwriter of the Year - Ian Loreños (Alagwa)

Indie Movie Cinematographer of the Year - Odyssey Flores (Thy Womb)

Indie Movie Production Designer of the Year - Dante Mendoza (Thy Womb)

Indie Movie Editor of the Year - Dempster Samarista (Alagwa)

Indie Movie Musical Scorer of the Year - Von de Guzman (Supremo)

Indie Movie Sound Engineer of the Year - Ditoy Aguila and Mark Locsin (Mater Dolorosa)

Indie Movie Original Theme Song of the Year - “Saan Ako Tutungo” from the movie Migrante (Composed by Lucien Letaba, Rody Vera, and Boni Ilagan, arranged by Melvin Corpin, interpreted by Honey Araneta)

Special Awards:

Darling of the Press - Isko Moreno

Nora Aunor Ulirang Artista Lifetime Achievement Award – Senator Lito Lapid

Ulirang Alagad ng Pelikula Sa Likod ng Kamera – Romy Vitug (cinematographer)


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