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On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones
On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

The cinema of a country is a symbol of iden

tity that represents the prosperous potential of the entire population; his aspirations and desire to establish global

connections. The film industry is a voice that declares that somewhere on this planet there are artistically conscious

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

creatures, armed with endowments destined to participate in the common interests of the human race. It is my

honor to share these significant victories of the Philippine film industry.

The Philippine film industry, whether produced independently, continually collects distinct international quotes that

draw the art of the Philippine nation on the world map. The potential of these brilliant Filipino people in the film

industry ranges from screenwriting, film editing, best film interpretation, filmmaking, directing to filmmaking,

gaining recognition in the international race. These are manifested by the recordings of Filipino films that are highly

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In 2008, the 58th Berlin Film Festival screened six independent Filipino films.

awards. This is a relentless sign that the modern evolution of Filipino films from national isolation to prosperous

global recognition intensified by the emergence of independent filmmakers who add country film records to world

credits, marking the contemporary era of the Philippine film industry in the 21st century. It was the same year that

Brilliant Mendoza’s Shooter received the Caligari Award, an honor given to innovative films that project worthy

themes. In 2009, Jaclyn Jose won Best Supporting Actress in a Female Film at the Asian Film Award for her role in Serbis.

In early 2013, the Philippines dominated the first ASEAN International Film Festival. The winning categories were

the best male performer nominated by Bugoy Carino in the film, Alagwa. i received the best performance of a female

actor in the same film, Sta.

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones
On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

the 7th Hong Kong Asian Film Awards. In July 2013,

Joel Torre was honored to be recognized as the best actor for

his spectacular performance in film, OTJ (At Work) at the 17th Puchon International Film Festival in South Korea.

In September 2013, Barbara Miguel, a children’s star, was awarded the Female Performer Award for her portrayal in

Nuwebe at the Harlem International Film Festival in New York City.

national Film Festival in Gwangju, South Korea.

Dizon the award for Best Actor in a Male Performance.

al in

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Bangladesh. In October 2014, the New York Film Festival awarded Jake Cuenca the best actor for his role in Mulat

and the best appreciation for Liza Diño for her character in “In Nomine Matris” in Manhattan,

New York.

Diane Ventura became the award for best director for the same film. In November 2014,

the Philippine House of

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Representatives thanked writer and director Jason Paul Laxamana, whose film, Magkakabaung,

won the Best Asian

Film Award for the Asian Film Promotion Network (NETPAC) at the Third International Film Festival in Hanoi of

Vietnam. And Allen Dizon won the Best Actor Award for this film.

In February 2015, Aiko Melendez collected the best performance of a female role in the category Foreign Language Film in Tim

On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones
On International Philippine Cinematic Milestones

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