Cinemalaya 2013 winners were announced last night, August 4, 2013 was held at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater).
Here is the complete list of winners :
Best Film: Sana Dati
Best Director: Jerrold Tarog (Sana Dati)
Special Jury Prize: Ekstra
Best Actor: No winner
Best Actress: Vilma Santos (Ekstra)
Best Supporting Actor: TJ Trinidad (Sana Dati)
Best Supporting Actress: Ruby Ruiz (Ekstra)
Best Music Score: Sana Dati
Best Screenplay: Zig Dulay, Antoinette Jadaone and Jeffrey Jeturian (Ekstra)
Best Cinematography: Mackie Galvez (Sana Dati)
Best Production Design: Ericson Navarro (Sana Dati)
Best Sound, Music and Editing: Sana Dati
Audience Choice: Ekstra
Special Jury Prize: Ekstra
Best Film: Transit
Best Director: Hannah Espia (Transit)
Special Citation, Ensemble Acting: Transit
Best Actress: Irma Adlawan (Transit)
Best Actor: Mimi Juarez (Quick Change)
Best Supporting Actress: Jasmine Curtis-Smith (Transit)
Best Supporting Actor: Joey Paras (Babagwa)
Best Screenplay: Eduardo Roy (Quick Change)
Best Cinematography: Lyle Sacris and Ber Cruz (Transit)
Best Production Design: Roy Red (Rekorder)
Best Music Score: Mon Espia (Transit)
Best Sound: Albert Michael Idioma (Quick Change)
Best Editing: Benjamin Tolentino and Hannah Espia (Transit)
Audience Choice: Hannah Espia (Transit)
Best Film: The Houseband’s Wife
Best Director: Jann Eric Tiglao (Onang)
Special Jury Prize: Taya
Special Citation: Sa Wakas
Best Screenplay: The Houseband’s Wife
Audience Choice: Taya
Netpac Award for Director’s Showcase: Ekstra
Netpac Award for New Breed: Transit
According to Forbes Magazine Angelina Jolie, who will next be seen on the big screen in the film “Maleficent,” is Hollywood’s highest paid actress with estimated earnings of $ 33 million in the last year.
She easily surpassed this year’s Best Actress Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, who came in second with $ 26 million, and pushed Kristen Stewart of the “Twilight” series, who topped the list last year, into third place with earnings of $ 22 million.
Below are the Top 10 Highest Paid Actresses in Hollywood:
- Angelina Jolie -$ 33M
- Jennifer Lawrence – $ 26M
- Kristen Stewart – $ 22M
- Jennifer Aniston – $ 20M
- Emma Stone – $ 16M
- Charlize Theron – $ 15M
- Sandra Bullock – $ 14M
- Natalie Portman – $ 14M
- Mila Kunis – $ 11M
- Julia Roberts – $ 11M
Forbes talked to agents, managers and other people with knowledge of the film industry to compile the ranking based on estimated earnings from June 2012 to June 2013.
By Piya Sinha-Roy | Reuters –
By Piya Sinha-Roy
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Actress Leah Remini has severed ties with the Church of Scientology, a source with knowledge of her decision said on Thursday, making her one of the most high-profile members to quit.
Remini, best known for her role as Carrie Heffernan in the CBS sitcom “King of Queens,” issued a statement following press reports that she had decided to leave the church.
“I wish to share my sincere and heartfelt appreciation for the overwhelming positive response I have received from the media, my colleagues, and fans from around the world. I am truly grateful and thankful for all your support,” Remini said.
She did not address Scientology directly, but the source told Reuters that Remini’s statement was her confirmation that she had left the church.
The New York Post broke the story early Thursday that Remini was leaving the Church of Scientology after “being subjected to years of ‘interrogations’ and ‘thought modification’ for questioning leader David Miscavige’s rule,” citing an unnamed source.
Remini’s representatives would not comment on the New York Post article. Representatives for the Church of Scientology did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
SCIENTOLOGY AND CELEBRITIES
The actress, 43, has spoken publicly in the past about being a member of the Church of Scientology, which was founded in 1954 by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard and has attracted several Hollywood stars including Tom Cruise and John Travolta.
The organization describes its practices as a religion and believes man is an immortal being whose experience extends beyond one lifetime.
But some observers – including media mogul Rupert Murdoch – liken it to a cult. Critics think the group coerces followers to think like they do, and they accuse Scientologists of harassing people who seek to quit.
The church came under fresh scrutiny last year when actress Katie Holmes suddenly divorced Cruise, with whom she has one daughter. Although there was speculation that Holmes had rejected Scientology, neither she nor Cruise addressed a split over the faith.
In an April 2001 interview with CNN, Remini said she “finds solace in her steadfast practice of Scientology,” and jumped to the defense of the religion.
“If somebody is going to get turned off about something because of what they read or heard, then that person’s not smart enough to even enter a church,” Remini said to CNN.
Other notable former Scientology members include director Paul Haggis, who spoke out in detail about his experiences with the church in a New Yorker article in February 2011.
(Additional reporting by Eric Kelsey; Editing by Mary Milliken and Lisa Shumaker)
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At the recently concluded 31st Film Academy of the Philippines Luna Awards on Saturday, Angel Locsin once again bagged the Best Actress Awards for her role in Star Cinema’s One More Try!
John Lloyd Cruz is best actor, Ronaldo Valdez is best supporting actor and Hilda Coronel best supporting actressfor the movie “The Mistress” .
Below are the winners:
Best Actor: John Lloyd (The Mistress)
Best Actress: Angel Locsin (One More Try)
Best Supporting Actor: Ronaldo Valdez (The Mistress)
Best Supporting Actress: Hilda Koronel (The Mistress)
Best Director: Olive Lamasan (The Mistress)
Best Picture: El Presidente
Best Screenplay: Vanessa Valdez (The Mistress)
Best Cinematography: Carlo Mendoza (El Presidente)
Best Production Design: Danny Red and Joel Bilbao (El Presidente)
Best Editing: Marya Ignacio (The Mistress)
Best Musical Score: Jessi Lasaten: (El Presidente)
Best Sound: Albert Idioma (El Presidente)
Fernando Poe Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award: Eddie Garcia
Manuel de Leon Award for exemplary achievement: Peque Gallaga
Lamberto Avellana Memorial Award: Marilou Diaz Abaya