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The 40th MMFF 2014 Awards night

A night for Bonifacio , English Only Please and Kubot .
The Cast, producers and Crew of Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo.
PHILIPPINE International Convention Center is full of stars last Dec 27, 2014, where the 40th year of Metro Manila Film Festival awards night is held. It is the night for the movie Bonifacio, Ang Unang Pangulo of Robin Padilla because they bagged eight awards, while the movie English Only, Please got six awards.

Here are our photos during the program mostly off cam and during the program proper.
And the winners are... Ryza Mae Dizon with Alonzo Muhlach, Manila Mayor Joseph Erap Estrada, Robin Padilla, Best Supporing Actress Lotlot DeLeon, Best Actress Jennylyn Mercado and Best Director Dan Villegas.
Your presentors,,,  Antonette Taus, Arci Munoz, Richard Yap, Jennylyn Mercado and Carla Avellana. Arci Munoz with Mon Confiado, Antonette, Richard and Lotlot.
Lotlot, Jennylyn and Carla.
Binoi and Vina of Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo.
Father and Son, Rommel and Daniel Padilla.
MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino and Mayor Erap of Manila.
Direk Chito Rono and Coco Martin of Feng Shui 2.
ER Ejercito, Robin and Pagsanjan Mayor Maite Ejercito.
Congrats to Palawenyo Producer Edgar Mangahas(Middle), MJM Productions for the award of EOP.
Here are the complete list of winners:
New Wave Student Short Film Special Jury Prize: Kalaw
Best New Wave Film: Magkakabaung
New Wave Best Supporting Actor: Kristopher King, Maratabat (Pride and Honor)
New Wave Best Supporting Actress: Gloria Sevilla, M. Mother's Maiden Name
Best New Wave Film Director: Jason Paul Laxamana, Magkakabaung
New Wave Best Actress: Zsa Zsa Padilla, M. Mother's Maiden Name
New Wave Best Actor: Allen Dizon, Magkakabaung
New Wave Special Jury Prize: M. Mother's Maiden Name
New Wave Best Picture: Jason Paul Laxamana, Magkakabaung
Best Float Award: Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo
Youth Choice Award: Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo
Best Child Performer: Ryzza Mae Dizon, My Big Bossing
Best Festival Sound Engineering: Wild Sound, Bonifacio, Ang Unang Pangulo
Best Musical Score: Von de Guzman, Bonifacio, Ang Unang Pangulo
Best Original Theme Song: Bonifacio, Ang Unang Pangulo
Best Makeup: Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2
Best Visual Effects: Mothership Inc., for Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2
Production Design: Ericsson Navarro, Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2
Best Editing: Marya Ignacio, English Only, Please
Best Cinematography: Carlo Mendoza, Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo
Celebrity face of the night, sponsored by Erase: Nadine Lustre
FPJ Memorial Award for Film Excellence: Bonifacio, Ang Unang Pangulo
Best Original Story: English Only, Please
Best Screenplay: English Only, Please
Best Director: Dan Villegas, English Only, Please
Best Supporting Actor: Joey Marquez, Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2
Best Supporting Actress: Lotlot de Leon, Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2
MFFF Highest Commemorative Award: Joseph Estrada
Gatpuno Antonio Villegas Cultural Award: Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo
3rd Best Picture: Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2
2nd Best Picture: English Only, Please
Best Picture: Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo
Best Actor: Derek Ramsay, English Only, Please
Best Actress: Jennylyn Mercado, English Only, Please
Song Number from Vina Morales, Robert Xena and Isay Alvarez.

Your host for tonight, Edu Manzano and Kris Aquino.
Special thanks to Sir Ymmanuel and his group for inviting me to cover the event.
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