The Metro Manila Film Festival’s Gabi ng Parangal was recently concluded at the New Frontier Theater with “Mindanao” winning the top prizes including Best Picture and Best Actress for Judy Ann Santos. Below is the Complete Winners List: MMFF 2019.

Best Actress – Judy Ann Santos for “Mindanao”

Best Actor – Allen Dizon for “Mindanao”

Best Picture – “Mindanao”

2nd Best Picture – “Write About Love”

3rd Best Picture – “Sunod”

Best Director – Brillante Mendoza for “Mindanao”

Special Jury Prize (writing) – Crisanto Aquino for “Write About Love”

Special Jury Prize (cast) – “Culion”

Best Screenplay – “Write About Love”

Best Supporting Actress – Yeng Constantino for “Write About Love”

Best Supporting Actor – Joem Bascon for “Write About Love”

FPJ Memorial Award – “Mindanao”

Gatpuno Antonio J Villegas Cultural Award – “Mindanao”

Best Visual Effects – “Mindanao”

Best Production Design – “Sunod”

Best Original Song – “Ikaw ang Akin” for “Write About Love”

Best Musical Score – “Write About Love”

Best Sound – “Mindanao”

Best Child Performer – Yuna Tangod – “Mindanao”

Gender Sensitive Award – “Mindanao”

Best Float – “Mindanao”

Best Student Short Film Award – “Pamana ni Lola”


Industry Stalwarts – Marichu Vera-Perez, Boots Anson-Rodrigo, Bienvenido Lumbera, and Joseph Estrada

Best Actor – Anthony Alonzo and Christopher De Leon

Best Actress – Nora Aunor, Amy Austria, Vilma Santos-Recto, and Maricel Soriano

Best Supporting Actress – Eugene Domingo and Cherie Gil

Best Director – Marilou Diaz-Abaya, Joel Lamangan, and Jose Javier Reyes

Best Screenplay/Story – Roy Iglesias, Ricky Lee, and Jose Javier Reyes

Best Cinematographer – Rudy Lacap, Lee Meily, Carlo Mendoza, and Romy Vitug

Best Sound Engineer – Ditoy Aguila, Michael Albert Idioma, and Rolly Ruta

Best Musical Score – Dionisio Buencamino, Von de Guzman, Jaime Fabregas, and Jessie Lasaten

Best Editor – Vito Cajili, Manet Dayrit, Jess Navarro, and Edgardo Vinarao

Best Visual Effects – Roadrunner Network, Inc.

Mindanao’s Official Trailer

You can catch the MMFF 2019 until January 7, 2020.

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