The awards night for Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2018 was held on Thursday, December 27 in the Theatre in Solaire. Among the participating films, Rainbow's Sunset won most of the award including the most coveted Best Picture award.
One Great Love star Dennis Trillo was awarded as the Best Actor and the Best Actress Award was awrded to the veteran actress Gloria Romero for the movie Rainbow's Sunset.
Here the full rundown of all the winners:
Best Float: "Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles"
Best Editing: "Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles"
FPJ Memorial Award: "Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles"
Best Short Student Film: "Kasilyas" - Bulacan State University
Best Child Performer: Phoebe Villamor, "Aurora"
Best Visual Effects: "Aurora"
Best Sound Design: "Aurora"
Best Cinematography: "Aurora"
Second Best Picture: "Aurora"
Best Production Design: "Rainbow's Sunset"
Best Original Theme Song: "Sa'yo Na" from "Rainbow's Sunset"
Best Screenplay: "Rainbow's Sunset"
Gatpuno Antonio J. Villegas Cultural Award: "Rainbow's Sunset"
Best Supporting Actor: Tony Mabesa, "Rainbow’s Sunset"
Best Supporting Actress: Aiko Melendez," Rainbow's Sunset"
Special Jury Prize: Max Collins, "Rainbow Sunset"
Special Jury Prize: Eddie Garcia, "Rainbow Sunset"
Best Picture: "Rainbow Sunset"
Best Actress : Gloria Romero, “Rainbow’s Sunset”
Best Musical Score: "One Great Love"
Third Best Picture: "One Great Love"
Best Actor: Dennis Trillo, “One Great Love”
Stars of the Night : Jericho Rosales ("The Girl in the Orange Dress"), Anne Curtis ("Aurora")
Metro Manila Film Festival MMFF is an annual event organized by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to “help promote and enhance the preservation, growth and development of the local film industry.”
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