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Congratulations Sinag Maynila​ 2018 Winners

Sinag Maynila​ 2018 Winners

In celebration of the 100 years of Philippine Cinema, Sinag Maynila independent Film Festival 2018 is partnering with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and CineLokal. For a hundred years of filmmaking in the Philippines in the hands of native-born filmmakers starting with Don Jose Nepomuceno in 1917 (with the establishment of his company, Malayan Movies), the history of Philippine cinema has gone through diverse and unbridled periods. It began with the colonial period under Spanish and American rulers, it has survived a tragic war under the Japanese, enjoyed an advancement during the post-war independence, went through the period of Martial Law, and has transformed in the modern digital era.

Read more about all the entries here 

For the week of March 7-15, Sinag Maynila and FDCP have lined up special screenings, forums, and workshops to further highlight the 100 years of film in the Philippines.



Congratulations! Here is the full list of winners of the Sinag Maynila Independent Film Festival 2018, held March 11, 2018 at the Conrad Hotel, Pasay City:



BEST SHORT FILM:
The Duwende by Odin Fernandez

BEST DOCUMENTARY:
(Mahal, 2017) by Janine Patricia Santos

JURY AWARD (DOCUMENTARY):
Journeyman Finds Home: The Simone Rota Story by Albert Almendralejo, Maricel Cariaga

BEST SOUND:
Mikko Quizon for Abomination

BEST MUSIC:
Fergus Cronkite for Melody/Random/Melbourne!

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN:
El Peste

BEST EDITING:
Diego Marx Robles for Tale of the Lost Boys

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY:
Pipo Domagas for Bomba (The Bomb)

BEST SCREENPLAY:
May de Los Santos for Tale of the Lost Boys

BOX-OFFICE AWARD:
Tale of the Lost Boys



PEOPLE’S CHOICE:
El Peste

BEST DIRECTOR:
Ralston Jover for Bomba (The Bomb)

BEST ACTOR:
Allen Dizon for Bomba (The Bomb)

BEST ACTRESS:
Angelline Nicholle Sanoy for Bomba (The Bomb)

BEST PICTURE:
Tale of the Lost Boys

Sinag Maynila CEO and Founder Wilson Tieng and world-renowned and internationally acclaimed film director Brillante Ma Mendoza are grateful for the unwavering support of the sponsors, film and entertainment industry, and the media since the launch of the festival back in 2015. The immense success of Sinag Maynila paved way for the international recognition of Tu Pug Imatuy (The Right To Kill) and Kristo in the Tokyo International Film Festival last year.

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