ROBIN PADILLA, MARICEL SORIANO WIN 39TH MMFF AWARDS!


ROBIN PADILLA, MARICEL SORIANO WIN 39TH MMFF AWARDS!


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ROBIN PADILLA

BEST ACTOR ROBIN PADILLA IN THE MOVIE "10,000 HOURS".


Robin Padilla's "10,000 Hours" snatched 14 trophies, including the Best Picture, at the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) awards rites held Friday night. Padilla won as Best Actor.

Veteran actress Maricel Soriano won as Best Actress, while child wonder star Ryzza Mae Dizon won as Best Child Performer of the year.

Robin Padilla's film, 10,000 hours, revolves on the life of a senator who went into hiding after being framed for a crime he didn't commit. Director Joyce Bernal had earlier said the movie was inspired by real-life events involving former Senator Panfilo Lacson, who hid after an arrest warrant was released against him in relation to murders in 2000.

“10,000 Hours” also won Robin Padilla his "Best Actor" trophy, and two special awards – the FPJ Memorial Award for Excellence, and the Gat Puno Villegas Cultural Award.

“Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy” took the 2nd Best Picture followed by “My Little Bossings,” in third place.

Veteran actress Maricel Soriano who played mother to Vice Ganda in "Girl, Boy..." took home the Best Actress award, while Aiza Seguerra and Ryzza Mae Dizon received the trophies for Best Supporting Actress and Best Child Performer respectively for their roles in "My Little Bossings".

List of winners of the 39th MMFF:

• Best Float: "Boy Golden: The Arturo Porcuna Story”
• Youth Choice Award winner: "Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay"
• Best Child Performer: Ryzza Mae Dizon, "My Little Bossings"
• Best Original Theme Song: "My Little Bossings"
• Best Sound Engineering: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Musical Score: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Visual Effects: “10,000 Hours”
• Best Makeup: “Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay”
• Best Production Design: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Editor: Marya Ignacio, "10,000 Hours"
• Best Cinematography: "10,000 Hours"
• Most Gender-Sensitive Film (Main): "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy" directed by Wenn Deramas
• Special Recognition Award: Ronnie Ricketts, Optical Media Board chairperson
• FPJ Memorial Award for Excellence winner: "10,000 Hours"
• Male Star of the Night: Daniel Padilla
• Female Star of the Night: Eugene Domingo
• Best Original Story: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Screenplay: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Director: Joyce Bernal, "10,000 Hours"
• Gat Puno Villegas Cultural Award: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Supporting Actor: Pen Medina, "10,000 Hours"
• Best Supporting Actress: Aiza Seguerra, "My Little Bossings"
• 3rd Best Picture: "My Little Bossings"
• 2nd Best Picture: "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy"
• Best Picture: "10,000 Hours"
• Best Actor: Robin Padilla,"10,000 Hours"
• Best Actress: Maricel Soriano, "Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy".




RYZZA MAE DIZON

BEST CHILD PERFORMER RYZZA MAE DIZON and CO-STAR
BIMBY AQUINO-YAP IN THE MOVIE "MY LITTLE BOSSINGS".




MARICEL SORIANO

BEST ACTRESS MARICEL SORIANO  IN THE MOVIE "GIRL, BOY, BAKLA, TOMBOY".




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