Luna Awards

Robin inisnab ng Luna Awards; Claudine, Irma doble ang nominasyon


Claudine Barretto
LITO MANAGO

NAGLABAS na rin ng kanilang official list of nominees ang Film Academy of the Philippines (*****) para sa kanilang 24th Luna Awards (formerly ***** Awards).

Ang digital film na Ang Pagdadalaga Ni Maximo Olivares ay tumanggap ng 6 na nominasyon kasama na ang best picture at best director para kay Aureus Solito.

Pito ang nominasyon ng Nasaan Ka Man ng Star Cinema, kasama ang best picture, best director (Cholo Laurel) at best actress para kay Claudine Barretto. Nominated din ang misis ni Raymart Santiago for the same category para naman sa pelikulang Dubai ng Star Cinema na nakakuha ng 6 na nominasyon including best picture, director (Rory Quintos) at best actress.

Pinakamaraming nominasyon ang natanggap ng pelikulang Blue Moon ng Regal Entertainment, including best picture, best director (Joel Lamangan), best actress (Boots Anson Roa), best actor for Eddie Garcia and Dennis Trillo at supporting actress para kay Jennylyn Mercado.

Tatlong nominasyon naman ang nakuha ng La Visa Loca ng Unitel Pictures, including best picture at best director for Mark Meily. Kapansin-pansin na hindi napasama sa listahan ng mga nominado si Robin Padilla who recently won his first best actor mula sa 2006 Urian Awards. Nominated din si Binoe sa gaganaping Golden Screen Awards ng Entertainment Press Society (Enpress, Inc.).

Limang nominasyon naman ang natanggap ng pelikulang Kutob ng Canary Films. Although, hindi ito nominated for best picture, napansin naman ng Luna Awards ang ipinakitang kahusayan ni Marvin Agustin, Ryan Agoncillo at Ana Capri.

Maliban kay Claudine who got double nominations, dalawa rin ang nominasyon ni Irma Adlawan. Para sa best actress (Mga Pusang Gala) at best supporting actress (Nasaan Ka Man).

Ang Luna Awards night ay nakatakdang gawin sa Casino Filipino Pavillon sa Paranaque sa Setyembre 9, Sabado.

Prodyus ito ng Eight Elephant Productions ng mag-asawang Harlene Bautista- Tejedor at Romnick Sarmenta, Allan Cordova, Carlos de Leon, Hubert Navarro at Hero Bautista.

Ididirek naman ito ng veteran TV megman na si Al Quinn. At ihahatid ng RPN Channel 9 on a slightly delayed telecast sa araw ding nabanggit.

Narito ang kumpletong listahan ng kanilang mga nominado sa iba’t ibang kategorya.

Best Picture: Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros (UFO Films), Nasaan Ka Man (Star Cinema), Dubai (Star Cinema), Blue Moon (Regal Films) at La Visa Loca (Unitel Pictures).

Best Director: Joel Lamangan (Blue Moon/Regal Films), Aureus Solito (Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Olivares/UFO Films), Mark Meily (La Visa Loca/Unitel Pictures), Cholo Laurel (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema at Rory Quintos (Dubai/Star Cinema).

Lead Actor: Nathan Lopez (Ang Pagdadalaga/UFO Films), Dennis Trillo (Blue Moon/Regal Films), Eddie Garcia (Blue Moon/ Regal Films), Marvin Agustin (Kutob/Canary Films) at Ricky Davao (Mga Pusang Gala/MLR Films).

Lead Actress: Zsa Zsa Padilla (Ako Legal Wife/Regal Films), Boots Anson Roa (Blue Moon/Regal Films), Claudine Baretto (Dubai/Star Cinema), Irma Adlawan (Mga Pusang Gala/MLR Films) at Claudine Baretto (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema).

Supporting Actor: Crispin “Pen” Medina (Ang Pagdadalaga/UFO Films), Michael De Mesa (Dubai/Star Cinema), BJ “Tolits” Forbes (Ispiritista/Regal Films), Ryan Agoncillo (Kutob/Canary Films) at Johnny Delgado (La Visa Loca/Unitel Pictures).

Supporting Actress: Jean Garcia (Birhen Ng Manaoag/Cine Suerte), Jennylyn Mercado (Blue Moon/Regal Films), Ana Capri (Kutob/Canary Films), Hilda Koronel (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema) at Irma Adlawan (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema).

Screenplay: Michiko Yamamoto (Ang Pagdadalaga/UFO Films), Allan Tijamo (Blue Moon/Regal Films), Ricky Lee, Shaira Salvador (Dubai/Regal Films), Mark Meily (La Visa Loca/Unitel Pictures) at Boots Agbayani Pastor (Masahista/Gee Ent. Prod.).

Cinematography: Rolly Manuel (Ako Legal Wife/Regal Films), Ely Cruz (Enteng Kabisote/MZet), Lyle Sacris (Exodus/Imus Productions), Jay Linao, Richard Padernal (Mulawin, The Movie/GMA Films) at Charlie Peralta (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema).

Editing: Marya Ignacio (Ako Legal Wife/Regal Films), Marya Ignacio (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema), Alex Castañeda (Exodus/Imus Prods.), Vito Cajili (Kutob/Canary Films) at Manet Dayrit (Mulawin,The Movie/GMA Films).

Production Design: Clint Catalan, Cristina Dy (Ang Pagdadalaga/UFO Films), Joey Luna (Blue Moon/Regal), Elfren Vibar (Dubai/Star Cinema), Richard Somes (Exodus/Imus Prods.) at Jon Cuyson (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema)

Sound: Addis Tabong (D’ Anothers/Star Cinema), Arnold Reodica (Dubai/Star Cinema), Addis Tabong (Enteng Kabisote/MZet), Albert Idioma (Kutob/Canary Films) at Addis Tabong (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema).

Music: Lutgardo Labad (Mulawin,The Movie/GMA Films), Vincent de Jesus (Ako Legal Wife/Regal Films), Von de Guzman (Blue Moon/Regal Films), Von de Guzman (Exodus/Imus Prods.) at Jesse Lazaten (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema).

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  • star_qualitystar_quality CLAUDINE B. PExer
    In fairness to LUNA!!!

    :okay:
  • clamorclamor Claudinian PExer
    Hope Claudine Wins.she Really Deserves The Best Actress Award!
  • thea04thea04 Member PExer
    kelan ba ito ?
  • bakit wala sina aga and llyodie sa best actor and supporting category?
  • 1115nk1115nk Member PExer
    sino ang mga nanalo...please
  • jaynormousjaynormous wag kang bibitiw PExer
    Best Picture: Blue Moon (Regal Films)

    Best Director: Joel Lamangan (Blue Moon/Regal Films)

    Lead Actor: Nathan Lopez (Ang Pagdadalaga/UFO Films)

    Lead Actress: Zsa Zsa Padilla (Ako Legal Wife/Regal Films)

    Supporting Actor: Johnny Delgado (La Visa Loca/Unitel Pictures)

    Supporting Actress: Hilda Koronel (Nasaan Ka Man/Star Cinema)

    Screenplay: Allan Tijamo (Blue Moon/Regal Films)

    ... my picks...
  • jonruizjonruiz Dreamweaver PExer
    Winners: Zsa Zsa (Lead Actress) and Marvin (Lead Actor)
  • thea04thea04 Member PExer
    congratz to marvin!

    and all the winners!
  • cainta7cainta7 Member PExer
    Hi,

    Does anyone have the complete list of winners? Thanks!

    :)
  • nychotrodnychotrod Member PExer
    RP’S OSCARS
    Zsa Zsa, Marvin top Luna Awards

    First posted 08:07am (Mla time) Sept 18, 2006
    By Bayani San Diego Jr.
    Inquirer



    Editor's Note: Published on page A6 of the September 18, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


    THE LUNA AWARDS, the local version of Hollywood’s Oscars, almost didn’t happen.

    Delayed by over three months, the 24th annual Luna Awards, handed out by the Film Academy of the Philippines (*****), was finally held on Saturday at the Pagcor Grand Theater at the Casino Filipino in Parañaque City.

    Although saddled with problems -- its subsidy from the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) had been slashed -- the show must go on.

    In a lot of ways, the Luna Awards felt like a déjà vu of the MMFF awards night in January because the night’s big winners -- Best Actress Zsa Zsa Padilla (“Ako Legal Wife”), Best Actor Marvin Agustin (“Kutob”) and Best Picture producer Lily Monteverde of Regal Films (“Blue Moon”) -- won the same awards for the same films.

    “This is the second acting award I’ve received in my career,” Agustin told the Inquirer backstage at the awards ceremony. “Now, I can give one trophy each to my twins (who were born almost a year ago). The MMFF is for Sebastian; the ***** for Santiago.”

    “This is my second award from the *****; the first one was for ‘Batang PX’ in 1997,” Padilla recalled. “It’s a pleasant surprise. I really just wanted to be here -- nominated or not -- to show people that there is unity in the industry.”

    Other acting prizes went to Best Supporting Actress Hilda Koronel (for “Nasaan Ka Man”) and Best Supporting Actor Johnny Delgado (“La Visa Loca”). Both Koronel and Delgado were not present at the ceremony.

    Award for Nida

    Posthumous awards were given to composer George Canseco and actress Nida Blanca.

    Fernando Poe Jr. Lifetime Achievement honors were conferred on “komiks” novelist/scriptwriter Pablo S. Gomez and actor Ramon Revilla Sr.

    Sought for comment on Regal’s Luna triumph, Monteverde told the Inquirer: “I feel proud to be a movie producer. It’s not easy. Having money is not enough. You also need to have passion and dedication.”

    No, she didn’t see the awards as “vindication” for the MMFF controversy. (Although “Blue Moon” won Best Picture, Monteverde protested the loss of Joel Lamangan in the Best Director category at the MMFF last January.)

    Intrigues part of show biz

    “That’s a thing of the past. Anyway, Joel won for Best Director at the *****,” she said. “Intrigues are part of show business.”

    Lamangan dedicated his Luna Best Director trophy for “Blue Moon” to the “movie workers who labor under trying conditions.”

    “Blue Moon” won two other awards: Best Screenplay for Allan Tijamo and Best Music Score for Von de Guzman.

    The night’s other big winner was Star Cinema’s “Nasaan Ka Man”, which received Best Cinematography (for Charlie Peralta), Editing (Marya Ignacio) and Sound (Addis Tabong).

    Best Production Design went to Richard Somes for his work on the Imus fantasy flick, “Exodus,” top-billed by Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., who was among the hosts of the evening.

    In a spiel onstage, Revilla promised that he would work for the reduction of amusement taxes from 30 to 10 percent in the Senate.

    “High amusement taxes,” along with piracy, had been blamed by ***** director general Leo Martinez and other industry leaders for the decline of local movies.

    Taxes

    Martinez explained: “Taxes are killing the industry. If you add up the taxes -- from amusement tax to VAT -- that the industry is paying, more than 50 percent goes to the government, which is not doing enough. What do our national leaders want for our industry?”

    “Quezon City is the first to reduce the amusement tax to 15 percent. The industry needs all the help it can get,” said Monteverde.

    Contests

    Undaunted by these problems, the ***** still sought to discover new scriptwriting talents through the 1st ***** Screenplay and Storyline Contests -- the winners of which were announced that night.

    Winners in the Screenplay contest were Veronica B. Velasco (“Boy”), Adolfo B. Alix Jr. (“Kwento ni Indo”) and Marlon G. Miguel (“Sapi”). They will receive P200,000 each.

    Storyline winners were James Edward Golla (“Ang Palasyo ni Ivan”), Jose Abelardo Tam (“Cinema Goa”), Leoncio P. Deriada (“Mariit 3”), Emmanuel A. de la Cruz (“Sa Dibdib ng mga Alon”) and Lito Casaje (“Siling Labuyo sa Kabilugan ng Buwan”). Storyline citations come with P50,000 each.

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