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National TV Ratings (December 15): Box Office Movie The Mistress Still a Hit on TV; Tops Sunday Viewing

Posted on December 18, 2013 | 9:05 PM

Box office movie The Mistress starring Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz had its Philippine free TV premiere on December 15 and it topped Sunday viewing garnering 20.2% TV rating nationwide according to Kantar Media/TNS.

Meanwhile, Gandang Gabi Vice has overtaken Korina's Rated K to become the 3rd most-watched program. Pepito Manaloto ranked 2nd nationwide. Check out the Top 20 programs for Dec 15 below.
Kantar Media National TV Ratings Dec 15

Here are the comparative TV ratings of ABS-CBN, GMA-7 and TV-5 among Total Philippines (Urban + Rural) on December 15, 2013 according to Kantar Media:

The Healing Eucharist (4.3%) vs. In Touch (0.8%)
Swak Na Swak (3.1%) vs. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (4.5%) / Super Book (8.2%)
Salamat Dok (2.8%) vs. Paddle Pop Elemagika (7.3%) / Pororo (6.7%)
X-Men (3.9%) / Iron Man (4.2%) vs. Toriko (5.9%) / Aha (6.4%)
Matanglawin (6.1%) vs. Born Impact Born To Be Wild Weekend Edition (6.1%)
FPJ Da King On ABS-CBN ‘Ayos Na… Ang Kasunod’ (12.0%) vs. Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Independence Day’ (9.2%)
ASAP 18 (11.2%) vs. Sunday All Stars (7.0%) / Dormitoryo (7.3%)
Luv U (9.7%) vs. GMA Blockbusters ‘Gremlins’ (8.3%)
Buzz Ng Bayan (7.2%) vs. I Bilib Featuring: Is It Possible? (5.7%)
TV Patrol Weekend (9.6%) vs. 24 Oras Weekend (8.9%) vs. Sunday Sineplex (5.5%)
Rated K Handa Na Ba Kayo? (16.9%) vs. Kap’s Amazing Stories (12.8%)
Star Cinema Originals ‘The Mistress’ (20.2%) vs. Pepito Manaloto Ang Tunay Na Kuwento (19.8%) vs. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (4.7%)
Gandang Gabi Vice (18.5%) vs. Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho (17.2%) / Imbestigador (10.7%) vs. Wow Mali Pa Rin! (4.8%) / The Mega And The Song Writer (1.3%)
Kwento Ng Pasko Pag-Asa At Pagbangon ABS-CBN Christmas Special (7.5%) vs. Sunday Night Box Office ‘Rambo III’ (9.4%) vs. Sunday Sineplex (0.9%) / Pilipinas News Weekend (0.3%)
O Shopping (1.1%) vs. Diyos At Bayan (1.2%)

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31st Luna Awards 2013 Winners | Angel Locsin Wins Best Actress, The Mistress Big Winner

Posted on June 1, 2013 | 11:21 PM

The 31st Luna Awards (2013) happened June 1 and the Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) has given 12 Luna trophies to outstanding films and people behind the successful movies of the year.

31st Luna Awards 2013 Winners

Star Cinema's The Mistress was big winner of the night, clinching half of the trophies given away. It won Best Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Actor for John Lloyd Cruz, Best Supporting Actor for Ronaldo Valdez and Best Supporting Actress for Hilda Koronel. 

Angel Locsin won Best Actress, her fourth Best Actress trophy for her performance in One More Try. Meanwhile, the last five awards were brought home by El Presidente, including the most coveted Best Picture award. 

Here are the winners of the 31st Luna Awards 2013:

BEST PICTURE
El Presidente

BEST DIRECTION
Olivia M. Lamasan (The Mistress)

BEST ACTOR
John Lloyd Cruz (The Mistress)

BEST ACTRESS
Angel Locsin (One More Try)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Ronaldo Valdez (The Mistress)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Hilda Koronel (The Mistress)

SPECIAL AWARDS

FPJ LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Director/Actor Eddie Garcia

BEST SCREENPLAY
Vanessa R. Valdez (The Mistress)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Carlo Mendoza (El Presidente)

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Danny Red & Joel M.V. Bilbao (El Presidente)

BEST EDITING
Marya Ignacio (The Mistress)

BEST MUSIC
Jessie Lasaten (El Presidente)

BEST SOUND
Albert Michael Idioma (El Presidente)



LAMBERTO AVELLANA MEMORIAL AWARD
Director Marilou Diaz-Abaya (Posthumous)
MANUEL DE LEON AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY ACHIEVEMENT
Director Peque Gallaga

The Film Academy of the Philippines recognizes the artistic and technical excellence of the performances and accentuates the value of quality works of the people behind the outstanding films shown during the year.

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31st Luna Awards 2013 Nominees: The Mistress and One More Try Get Most Nominations

Posted on May 8, 2013 | 10:02 AM

The Film Academy of the Philippines has announced the final nominees in the 12 categories of the 31st FAP Luna Awards 2013. The Mistress, garnering 11 out of 12 nominations (missing only in the production design category) and One More Try (with 8 nods) led all the nominees this year. 
31st FAP Luna Awards 2013

Angel Locsin will once again vie against Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos, as well as Angelica Panganiban, Pokwang and Bea Alonzo in the Best Actress category while Dingdong Dantes will be competing against Coco Martin, Eddie Garcia, John Lloyd Cruz and Aga Muhlach for Best Actor.

Here is the complete list of nominees for the 31st Luna Awards 2013:

BEST PICTURE
Bwakaw
El Presidente
One More Try
Sta. Nina
The Healing
The Mistress
Thy Womb

BEST DIRECTION
Ruel S. Bayani (One More Try)
Olivia M. Lamasan (The Mistress)
Jun Robles Lana (Bwakaw)
Mark Meily (El Presidente)
Chito S. Rono (The Healing)

BEST ACTOR
John Lloyd Cruz (The Mistress)
Dingdong Dantes (One More Try)
Eddie Garcia (Bwakaw)
Coco Martin (Sta. Nina)
Aga Muhlach (Of All the Things)

BEST ACTRESS
Bea Alonzo (The Mistress)
Nora Aunor (Thy Womb)
Angel Locsin (One More Try)
Angelica Panganiban (Every Breath U Take)
Pokwang (A Mother’s Story)
Vilma Santos (The Healing)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Rez Cortez (Bwakaw)
Albert Martinez (Born to Love You)
Zanjoe Marudo (One More Try)
Ronaldo Valdez (The Mistress)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Andi Eigenmann (A Secret Affair)
Hilda Koronel (The Mistress)
Anita Linda (Sta. Nina)
Daria Ramirez (A Mother’s Story)
Eula Valdez (Born to Love You)

BEST SCREENPLAY
Henry Burgos (Thy Womb)
Jay Francisco, Kriz Gazmen & Anna Karenina Ramos (One More Try)
Jun Robles Lana (Bwakaw)
Liza Magtoto & Emmanuel Quindo Palo (Sta. Nina)
Vanessa R. Valdez (The Mistress)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Henry Claravall (The Mistress)
Carlo Mendoza (El Presidente)
Anne Monzon (A Secret Affair)
Charlie S. Peralta (The Healing)
Shayne O. Sarte (A Mother’s Story)

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Peter Collias & Benjamin Padero (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Joey Luna (Bwakaw)
Dante Mendoza (Thy Womb)
Aped Santos (Sta. Nina)
Danny Red & Joel M.V. Bilbao (El Presidente)

BEST EDITING
Jason Cahapay & Ryan Orduna (El Presidente)
Vito Cajili (One More Try)
Joyce Bernal & Marya Ignacio (Of All the Things)
Jay Halili (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Marya Ignacio (The Mistress)

BEST MUSIC
Cesar Francis S. Concio (Unofficially Yours)
Von de Guzman & Jessie Lasaten (The Mistress)
Jessie Lasaten (El Presidente)
Jesse Lucas (A Secret Affair)
Raul Mitra (One More Try)

BEST SOUND
Aurel Claro Bilbao (The Mistress)
Albert Michael Idioma (El Presidente)
Albert Michael Idioma & Adiss Tabong (Of All the Things)
Adiss Tabong (A Secret Affair)
Alex Tomboc (Sta. Nina)

The Film Academy of the Philippines recognizes the artistic and technical excellence of the performances and accentuates the value of quality works of the people behind the outstanding films shown during the year.

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29th PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2013 Nominees

Posted on February 23, 2013 | 9:36 PM

29th PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2013 NomineesThe Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) has revealed the nominees for the 2013 Star Awards for Movies. Star Cinema dominated the list of nominees for the 29th edition of Star Awards.

Metro Manila Film Festival 2012 Best Picture One More Try and The Mistress led this year's nominees, with a total of 13 nominations each, including acting nods for the cast. 

Angel Locsin, Angelica Panganiban, Nora Aunor, Vilma Santos, Gina Alajar, Jodi Sta. Maria and Bea Alonzo will be vying for the Best Actress trophy while John Lloyd Cruz, Dingdong Dantes, Eddie Garcia, Aga Muhlach, Jericho Rosales, Jeorge Estregan and Coco Martin will go head to head for the Best Actor award.

The 2013 Star Awards for Movies will be held on March 10 at the AFP Theater in Quezon City. It will be broadcast on ABS-CBN's Sunday's Best on March 17.

Here is the complete list of nominees for the 2013 PMPC Star Awards for Movies: 

Movie of the Year
A Mother’s Story (Star Cinema and The Filipino Channel)
El Presidente (Scenema Concept International, Inc.)
I Do Bidoo Bidoo (Unitel and Studio 5)
One More Try (Star Cinema)
The Healing (Star Cinema)
The Mistress (Star Cinema)
Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles (Reality Entertainment, Agostodos Pictures, Mothership, Postmanila, and GMA Films)

Movie Director of the Year
Ruel Bayani (One More Try)
Olivia Lamasan (The Mistress)
John-D Lazatin (A Mother’s Story)
Chris Martinez (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Erik Matti (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Mark Meily (El Presidente)
Chito Roño (The Healing)

Indie Movie of the Year
Alagwa (Breakaway Films)
Amorosa, The Revenge (Skylight Films)
Bwakaw (Octobertrain Films, APT Entertainment, and Cinemalaya)
Graceland (Imprint Films and Digitank Studios)
Mater Dolorosa (Creative Programs, Inc.)
Mga Mumunting Lihim (LargaVista Entertainment, and Cinemalaya)
Thy Womb (Centerstage Productions)

Indie Movie Director of the Year
Adolfo Alix, Jr. (Mater Dolorosa)
Jun Robles Lana (Bwakaw)
Topel Lee (Amorosa, The Revenge)
Ian Loreños (Alagwa)
Brillante Mendoza (Thy Womb)
Ron Morales (Graceland)
Jose Javier Reyes (Mga Mumunting Lihim)

Movie Actor of the Year
John Lloyd Cruz (The Mistress)
Dingdong Dantes (One More Try)
Jeorge “E.R.” Estregan (El Presidente)
Eddie Garcia (Bwakaw)
Coco Martin (Sta. Niña)
Aga Muhlach (Of All The Things)
Jericho Rosales (Alagwa)

Movie Actress of the Year
Gina Alajar (Mater Dolorosa)
Bea Alonzo (The Mistress)
Nora Aunor (Thy Womb)
Angel Locsin (One More Try)
Angelica Panganiban (One More Try)
Vilma Santos (The Healing)
Jodi Sta. Maria (Migrante)

Movie Supporting Actor of the Year
Carlo Aquino (Mater Dolorosa)
Neil Coleta (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Joross Gamboa (Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino)
Baron Geisler (El Presidente)
Zanjoe Marudo (One More Try)
Cesar Montano (El Presidente)
Ronaldo Valdez (The Mistress)

Movie Supporting Actress of the Year
Kim Chiu (The Healing)
Janice de Belen (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Alessandra de Rossi (Mater Dolorosa)
Mylene Dizon (Sosy Problems)
Jaclyn Jose (A Secret Affair)
Hilda Koronel (The Mistress)
Anita Linda (Sta. Niña)

New Movie Actor of the Year
RK Bagatsing (Slumber Party)
Neil Coleta (I Doo Bido Bidoo)
Jericho Estregan (El Presidente)
Diego Montano (Hitman)
Daniel Padilla (24/7)
Marti San Juan (The Grave Bandits)
Markki Stroem (Slumber Party)

New Movie Actress of the Year
Dawn Balagot (The Animals)
Shy Carlos (A Secret Affair)
Tippy Dos Santos (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Mayton Eugenio (Dormboys)
Glenda Kennedy (Thy Womb)
Kim Komatsu (Mga Mumunting Lihim)
Sweet Plantado (I Doo Bidoo Bidoo)

Child Performer of the Year
Abby Bautista (The Healing)
Bugoy Cariño (Alagwa)
Clarence Delgado (The Mistress)
Aaron Junatas (A Mother’s Story)
Xyriel Manabat (A Mother’s Story)
Marti San Juan (The Grave Bandits)
Miguel Vergara (One More Try)

Movie Screenwriter of the Year
Kriz Gazmen, Jay Fernando, and Anna Karenina Ramos (One More Try)
Roy Iglesias (The Healing)
Chris Martinez (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Erik Matti (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Mark Meily (El Presidente)
Senedy Que (A Mother’s Story)
Vanessa Valdez (The Mistress)

Movie Cinematographer of the Year
Francis Ricardo Buhay III (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Hermann Claravall (The Mistress)
Larry Manda (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Carlo Mendoza (El Presidente)
Charlie Peralta (One More Try)
Charlie Peralta (The Healing)
Shayne Sarte (A Mother’s Story)
Movie Production Designer of the Year
Nancy Arcega (One More Try)
Peter Collias and Benjamin Padero (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Shari Marie Montiague (The Mistress)
Danny Red and Joel Bilbao (El Presidente)
Digo Ricio (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Erick Torralba, Richard Somes, Fritz Silorio (The Healing)
Elfren Vibar, Jr. (A Mother’s Story)

Movie Editor of the Year
Mitos Briones (A Mother’s Story)
Jason Cahapay and Ryan Orduña (El Presidente)
Vito Cajili (One More Try)
Randy Gabriel (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Jay Halili (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Marya Ignacio (The Mistress)
Jerrold Tarog (The Healing)

Movie Musical Scorer of the Year
Von de Guzman (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Von de Guzman and Jessie Lasaten (The Mistress)
Vincent de Jesus (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Fred Ferraz (A Mother’s Story)
Jessie Lasaten (El Presidente)
Raul Mitra (One More Try)
Jerrold Tarog (The Healing)

Movie Sound Engineer of the Year
Aurel Claro Bilbao (The Mistress)
Corinne de San Jose and Ditoy Aguila (Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles)
Fred Ferraz (A Mother’s Story)
Albert Michael Idioma (I Do Bidoo Bidoo)
Mike Idioma (The Healing)
Albert Michael Idioma and Addiss Tabong (El Presidente)
Arnel Labayo (One More Try)

Indie Movie Screenwriter of the Year
Henry Burgos (Thy Womb)
Jerry Gracio (Mater Dolorosa)
Jun Robles Lana (Bwakaw)
Ian Loreños (Alagwa)
Ron Morales (Graceland)
Jose Javier Reyes (Mga Mumunting Lihim)
Enrico Santos, Kren Yap, and Willy Laconsay (Amorosa, The Revenge)

Indie Movie Cinematographer of the Year
Rodolfo Aves, Jr.(Mga Mumunting Lihim)
Albert Banzon (Mater Dolorosa)
Alex Espartero (Supremo)
Odyssey Flores (Thy Womb)
Carlo Mendoza (Bwakaw)
Jun Pereira (Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino)
Rommel Sales (Alagwa)

Indie Movie Production Designer of the Year
Adolfo Alix, Jr. (Mater Dolorosa)
Joey Luna (Bwakaw)
Dante Mendoza (Thy Womb)
Erin John Martyr and Adrian Torres (Supremo)
Ericson Navarro (Alagwa)
Benjamin Payumo (Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino)
Rolando Rubenecia (Graceland)

Indie Movie Editor of the Year
Tyrone Acierto (The Grave Bandits)
Lawrence Ang (Bwakaw)
Vanessa de Leon (Mga Mumunting Lihim)
Ron Morales, James Lesage, and Jorge Olortegui (Graceland)
Dempster Samarista (Alagwa)
Kats Seraon (Thy Womb)
Benjamin Tolentino (Mater Dolorosa)

Indie Movie Musical Scorer of the Year
Teresa Barrozo (Thy Womb)
Von de Guzman (Supremo)
Jeff Hernandez (Bwakaw)
Eigen Ignacio (Mater Dolorosa)
Jesse Lucas (Mga Mumunting Lihim)
Adam Schoenberg and Steven Schoenberg (Graceland)
Gab Valenciano (Alagwa)

Indie Movie Sound Engineer of the Year
Ditoy Aguila and Mark Locsin (Mater Dolorosa)
Antonieto Carlos (Supremo)
Albert Michael Idioma and Addiss Tabong (Mga Mumunting Lihim)
Albert Michael Idioma and Addiss Tabong (Thy Womb)
Mark Locsin and Alex Tomboc (Bwakaw)
Michael McMenomy (Graceland)
Dempster Samarista (Alagwa)

Darling of the Press:
Ai-Ai dela Alas
Toni Gonzaga
Vicky Morales
Isko Moreno
Aga Muhlach
Derek Ramsay
Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr.
Sylvia Sanchez

Ulirang Artista Lifetime Achievement Award: Senator Lito Lapid

Ulirang Alagad ng Pelikula Sa Likod ng Kamera: Romy Vitug (cinematographer)


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'The Mistress' is the Highest-Grossing Filipino Film for 2012, 3rd Highest-Grossing Film of All Time

Posted on December 24, 2012 | 5:30 PM

Star Cinema's The Mistress starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo is the highest-grossing Filipino film for 2012 with a box office gross of P262.82 million. The Olivia Lamasan movie ranked third in the list of highest-grossing local movies of all time, next to The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin and No Other Woman.

The Mistress is the Highest-Grossing Filipino Film for 2012

Here is the list of highest-grossing Pinoy films for 2012:
(As of December 25, 2012)

1. The Mistress – P262.82-M
2. This Guy’s In Love with U, Mare! – P249.09-M
3. UnOfficially Yours – P157.25-M
4. Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme – P133.96-M
5. A Secret Affair – P118.43-M
6. The Healing – P104.6-M
7. Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles – P83.35-M
8. 24/7 in Love – P75.07-M
9. The Reunion – P68.12-M
10. Moron 5 and the Crying Lady – P64.65-M
11. Born to Love You – P52.02-M
12. Corazon Ang Unang Aswang – P51.39-M
13. Every Breath U Take – P50.2-M
14. Suddenly It’s Magic – P47.2-M
15. D Kilabots – P35.6-M
16. The Mommy Returns – P30.62-M
17. Boy Pick-Up: The Movie – P25.37-M
18. Amorosa: The Revenge – P25.2-M
19. A Mother’s Story – P24.82-M
20. My Cactus Heart – P23.01-M
21. Off All The Things – P22.43-M
22. My Kontrabida Girl – P13.09-M
23. I Do Bidoo Bidoo – P12.85-M
24. The Witness – P8.62-M
25. Just One Summer – P6.16-M
26. Hitman – P5.76-M
27. Pridyider – P4.88-M
28. Bwakaw – P1.55-M
29. Rigodon – P1.28-M
30. Ang Nawawala – P1.25-M
31. Captive – P1.11-M
32. Mga Mumunting Lihim – P0.77-M
33. Sta. Niña – P0.33-M
34. Guni-Guni – No estimate reported

Highest-grossing Filipino Films of All Time
(As of December 25, 2012)

Rank
Title of Movie
Year
Box Office Gross
Studio(s)
1
The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin
2011
331.61 million
Star Cinema, Viva Films
2
No Other Woman
2011
278.39 million
Star Cinema, Viva Films
3
The Mistress
2012
262.82 million
Star Cinema
4
This Guy’s in Love with U Mare!
2012
249.09 million
Star Cinema, Viva Films
5
You Changed My Life
2009
225.21 million
Star Cinema, Viva Films
6
A Very Special Love
2008
179.25 million
Star Cinema, Viva Films
7
ÜnOfficially Yours
2012
157.25 million
Star Cinema
8
One More Chance
2007
152.78 million
Star Cinema
9
My Amnesia Girl
2010
144.82 million
Star Cinema
10
Miss You Like Crazy
2010
142.97 million
Star Cinema
11
A Love Story
2007
139.63 million
Star Cinema
12
Caregiver
2008
139.53 million
Star Cinema
13
In My Life
2009
135.74 million
Star Cinema
14
For The First Time
2008
134.70 million
Star Cinema
15
Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme
2012
133.96 million
Star Cinema, Spring Films
All figures are from Box Office Mojo
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