FULL LIST: Cinemalaya Film Festival 2014 Winners

 
 
Celebrating its 10th year, Cinemalaya ended this year's film festival with its awards night Sunday, August 10, at the CCP Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater).

Below are the winners at this year's Cinemalaya Film Festival.
 
BEST FILM
Short Feature - Asan si Lolo Mê 
Director's Showcase - Kasal 
New Breed - Bwaya

SHORT FEATURE
Best Screenplay - Kevin Ang Tan, Lola
Best Director - Kevin Ang Tan, Lola
Special Jury Prize - The Ordinary Things We Do
Audience ChoiceLola 

DIRECTORS SHOWCASE
Best Sound - The Janitor
Best Musical Score - Richard Gonzales, Kasal
Best Editing - Tara Illenberger, The Janitor
Best Production Design - Harley Alcasid, Kasal
Best Cinematography - Mycko David, Kasal

Best Screenplay - Aloy Adlawan and Michael Tuviera The Janitor
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Nicco Manalo, The Janitor
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Cris Villonco, Hari ng Tondo
Best Performance by a Lead Actor - Robert Arevalo, Hari ng Tondo
Best Performance by a Lead Actress - Nora Aunor, Hustisya
Special Jury Prize - Hari ng Tondo
Best Director - Michael Tuviera, The Janitor
NETPAC Award: Hustisya

NEW BREED CATEGORY
Best Sound - Children's Show
Best Musical Score - Erwin Fajardo, Bwaya
Best Editing - Gerone Centena, Children's Show
Best Production Design - Toym Imao, K'na, the Dreamweaver
Best Cinematography - Neil Daza, Bwaya
Best Screenplay - Giancarlo Abrahan, Dagitab
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Miggs Cuaderno, Children's Show
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Barbie Forteza, Mariquina
Best Performance by a Lead Actor - Dante Rivero, 1st Ko Si 3rd
Best Performance by a Lead Actress -Eula Valdez, Dagitab
Special citation for Ensemble Acting - #Y
Special Jury Prize - K'na, the Dreamweaver
Best Director - Giancarlo Abrahan, Dagitab
Canon Award Best Cinematography – Roderick Cabrido, Children’s Show
NETPAC Award: Bwaya
AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD
New Breed Category: Sundalong Kanin
Directors' Showcase: Hustisya

2014 Gawad Balanghai: Kidlat Tahimik, father of Philippine Independent Cinema


With the unwelcome discovery only the night before that several of its films were uploaded to YouTube without authorization, the Cinemalaya Film Festival held its awarding ceremonies.

Filmmakers who found out their works were uploaded confirmed that the Cinemalaya festival did so without their permission.

But while the uploads on the festival’s official website looked like it was sanctioned by Cinemalaya, an apology posted Saturday night on the Cinemalaya Facebook page claimed that a member of the festival's technical staff uploaded the files without permission.

The account was shut down shortly after the Cinemalaya foundation posted the apology.

However, filmmakers and critics have expressed on social media that they are worried the films may have been downloaded and distributed by those who were able to get copies before the account was shut down.


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