Nora Aunor topbills “Karelasyon” this Saturday on GMA 7!

sang madilim at mapait na kahapon ang patuloy na nagmumulto kay Maring (Nora Aunor). Kabilang siya sa maraming Pinay na paulit-ulit inabuso at pinagsamantalahan ng mga hapon na sumakop sa ating bansa noong World War 2.

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At habang nag-ra-rally para sa hustisya ang ibang mga lola na dumanas din ng kanyang pinagdaanan, sa mismong tahanan ni Maring haharapin ang isa ring mabigat na laban.

Dahil ang pinakahihintay niyang reunion o muling pagsasama-sama ng kanyang pamilya ang magbibigay daan para malaman niyang isang dayuhan ang inibig ng kanyang apong si Rose (Janine Gutierrez) at mula ito sa lahi na ika nga’y nagkasala nang masidhi sa mga binansagang “comfort woman” gaya niya.

Ang pagkakaron ng nobyong hapon ni Pilar ay paglapastangan nga ba sa masakit na karanasan ng kanyang lola? Magpapaubaya na lang ba si Maring para sa kaligayahan ng kanyang apo? Paano papagitna at sasaklolo sa gusot na ito ang ina ni Rose na si Pilar (Lotlot De Leon). Ang kakampihan ba ni Pilar ay ang kanyang nanay o ang kaisa-isang anak?

Abangan ang kapana-panabik na kwentong ito sa Karelasyon, tampok ang pagbabalik-telebisyon ng nag-iisang Superstar, Nora Aunor kasama ang anak niya sa tunay na buhay na si Lotlot De Leon at apong si Janine Gutierrez.

Sa panulat at direksyon ni Adolf Alix, Jr. at paglalahad ni Ms. Carla Abellana, tunghayan ito ngayong Sabado, July 11, 2:30pm pagkatapos ng Eat Bulaga.

 

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Nora Aunor, Lotlot de Leon & Janine Gutierrez stars in “Karelasyon” this Saturday!

 

Nora Aunor will star with her daughter Lotlot de Leon and granddaughter Janine Gutierrez in an episode depicting the life of a comfort woman in “Karelasyon” episode this Saturday!

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This is what the Superstar said:

“Mahalagang mahalaga na nangyari ito sapagkat sa tagal na hindi kami nagkita-kita, ngayon ito kasama ko sila.”

The “Karelasyon” episode of the three actresses will air on Saturday after “Eat Bulaga!”

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Gawad Urian 2015 Winners List revealed, Pinoy Indie films ruled!

The 38th Gawad Urian Awards of the Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino on Tuesday night at ABS-CBN Studio 10 in Quezon City. The Indie film“Mula Sa Kung Ano Ang Noon” brought home 4 major awards: Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Editing and Best Film.

Here is the full list of Gawad Urian winners:

Best Film: “Mula Sa Kung Ano ang Noon” by Lav Diaz
Best Director: Lav Diaz (“Mula Sa Kung Ano ang Noon”)
Best Actor: Allen Dizon (“Magkakabaung”)
Best Actress: Eula Valdez (“Dagitab”)
Best Supporting Actress: Gladys Reyes (“Magkakabaung”)
Best Supporting Actor: Martin del Rosario (“Dagitab”)
Best Documentary Film: “Walang Rape sa Bontok” by Carla Ocampo and Lester Valle
Best Sound: Corinne De San Jose (“Violator”)
Best Music: Erwin Fajardo (“Buwaya”)
Best Editing: Lav Diaz (“Mula Sa Kung Ano ang Noon”)
Best Production Design: Popo Diaz (“Dementia”)
Best Screenplay: Lav Diaz (“Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon”)
Best Cinematography: Neil Daza (“Bwaya”)
Best Short Film: “Kinabukasan”
Natatanging Gawad Urian Award: Nora Aunor

The awarding ceremony was hosted by Robi Domingo and Angelica Panganiban.

 

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Nora Aunor and 4 others honored at ASEAN International Film Festival!

Source: PhilStar.com

MANILA, Philippines – Pinoy artists won five awards at the second ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards held last April 11 at the Borneo Convention Center in Kuching, Malaysia.

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The awardees were Nora Aunor, Lifetime Achievement Award; Purok 7 by Carlo Obispo, ASEAN Spirit Award; Joseph Israel Laban, Best Director for Nuwebe; Cherie Gil, Best Actress for Sonata (directed by Peque Gallaga and Lore Reyes); and Benjamin Tolentino, Best Editing for Bendor (by Ralston Jover).

Nora received the Lifetime Achievement award from last year’s winner, Michelle Yeoh (of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon fame) and the citation states it was presented to an ASEAN film personality who has broken the international barrier while the ASEAN Spirit Award (Purok 7 by Obispo) was given to a film that portrays the best of ASEAN. Jackie Chan received the ASEAN Inspiration Award.

The Philippine team received 18 nominations in nine categories: Best Director: Carlo, Purok 7 and Ralston, Bendor; Best Film: Bendor and Nuwebe; Best Actress: Vivian Velez, Bendor; Barbara Miguel, Nuwebe; and Krystle Valentino, Purok 7; Best Supporting Actress: Anna Luna, Bendor; Best Actor: Allen Dizon, Magkakabaung; Best Supporting Actor: Nico Antonio, Red; Best Photography: Bernard Dacanay, Red and Mark Gary, Sonata; Best Editing: Thop Nazareno, Purok 7; and Best Screenplay: Ralston and Marzaldy Quitana, Bendor and Wango Gallanga, Sonata.

Piolo Pascual along with popular ASEAN celebrities Anuar Zain and Dasha Logan of Malaysia, Emilia Contessa of Indonesia and NOLZA (K-Pop group) of South Korea provided the entertainment.

The ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards “furthers the art and craft of ASEAN filmmaking by inspiring and championing the work of screenwriters, filmmakers and artists who use the language of a film to tell a story.”

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2015 Star Awards for Movies – Full List of Nominees Revealed!

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Movie of the Year:

• “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo” / Philippians Productions & Entertainment Inc., Tuko Film Productions, Buchi Boy Films, and RCP Productions
• “English Only Please” / Quantum Films, MJM Productions Inc., Artikulo Uno, Tuko Film Productions
• “Starting Over Again” / Star Cinema
• “The Gifted” / Viva Film and Multi Vision Films
• “The Trial” / Star Cinema
• “Trophy Wife” / Viva Films and MVP Entertainment

Movie Director of the Year:

• Olivia Lamasan / “Starting Over Again”
• Chris Martinez / “The Gifted”
• Andoy Ranay / “Trophy Wife”
• Chito Roño / “The Trial”
• Dan Villegas / “English Only Please”
• Enzo Williams / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”

Indie Movie of the Year:

• “1st Ko Si 3rd” / Fire Starters Manila Productions Company And Cinemalaya Foundation
• “Dementia” / The Ideafirst Company, Octobertrain Films, And Tv5
• “Hari Ng Tondo” / Reynafilms, Central Digital Lab, Star Cinema, And Cinemalaya Foundation
• “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)” / Blank Pages Productions
• “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)” / Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum, Octobertrain Films, And Apt Entertainment, Inc.
• “Sundalong Kanin” / Front Media Entertainment, Sq Film Laboratories, Inc. And Cinemalaya Foundation
• “The Janitor” / Apt Entertainment, Inc. And Cinemalaya Foundation

Indie Movie Director of the Year:

• Arlyn Dela Cruz / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”
• Real Florido / “1st Ko Si 3rd”
• Perci Intalan / “Dementia”
• Jun Robles Lana / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Janice O’Hara / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Carlos Siguion-Reyna / “Hari Ng Tondo”
• Michael Tuviera / “The Janitor”

Movie Actor of the Year:

• Robert Arevalo / “Hari Ng Tondo”
• John Lloyd Cruz / “The Trial”
• John Estrada / “Trophy Wife”
• Robin Padilla / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
• Piolo Pascual / “Starting Over Again”
• Derek Ramsay / “English Only Please”
• Dennis Trillo / “The Janitor”

Movie Actress of the Year:

• Nora Aunor / “Dementia”
• Anne Curtis / “The Gifted”
• Eugene Domingo / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Cherie Gil / “Mana”
• Toni Gonzaga / “Starting Over Again”
• Aiko Melendez / “Asintado”
• Jennylyn Mercado / “English Only Please”

Movie Supporting Actor of the Year:

• Marc Abaya / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Vincent De Jesus / “The Trial”
• Gabby Eigenmann / “Asintado”
• Richard Gomez / “The Trial”
• Nicco Manalo / “The Janitor”
• Jess Mendoza / “Alienasyon”
• Jake Vargas / “Asintado”

Movie Supporting Actress of the Year:

• Gretchen Barretto / “The Trial”
• Shamaine Buencamino / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Iza Calzado / “Starting Over Again”
• Jasmine Curtis-Smith / “Dementia”
• Lotlot De Leon / “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2“
• Gladys Reyes / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Sylvia Sanchez / “The Trial”

New Movie Actor of the Year:

• Nathaniel Britt / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Julian Estrada / “Relaks, It’s Just Pag-Ibig”
• Jeric Gonzales / “Dementia”
• Sandino Martin / “Esprit De Corps”
• Iñigo Pascual / “Relaks, It’s Just Pag-Ibig”
James Reid / “Diary Ng Panget”
• Richard Yap / “The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin”

New Movie Actress of the Year:

• Sophie Albert / “#Y”
• Sofia Andres / “Relaks, It’s Just Pag-Ibig”
• Ritz Azul / “Separados”
• Athena Bautista / “Kamkam”
• Coleen Borgonia / “1st Ko Si 3rd”
• Loren Burgos / “Mulat (Awaken)”
• Coleen Garcia / “#Y”

Movie Child Performer of the Year:

• Isaac Cain Aguirre / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Elijah Canlas / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Adrian Cabrido / “T’yanak”
• Miggs Cuaderno / “Asintado”
• Ryzza Mae Dizon / “My Big Bossing”
• Alonzo Muhlach / “My Big Bossing”
• Bimby Yap / “The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin”

Technical Categories (Mainstream Films Category):

Movie Screenwriter Of The Year:

• Antoinette Jadaone / “Beauty In A Bottle”
• Antoinette Jadaone / “English Only Please”
• Ricardo Lee, Enrico Santos, and Kriz Gazmen / “The Trial”
• Chris Martinez / “The Gifted”
• Carmi Raymundo and Olivia Lamasan / “Starting Over Again”
• Enzo Williams, Keiko Aquino, and Carlo Obispo / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”

Movie Cinematographer of the Year:

• Shing-Fung Cheung / “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
• Hermann Claravall / “Starting Over Again”
• Gary Gardoce / “The Gifted”
• Carlo Mendoza / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
• Manuel Teehankee / “The Trial”
• Dan Villegas / “English Only Please”

Movie Editor of the Year:

• Vanessa De Leon / “The Gifted”
• Marya Ignacio / “English Only Please”
• Marya Ignacio / “Starting Over Again”
• George Jarlego / “Trophy Wife”
• Carlo Francisco Manatad / “The Trial”
• Benjamin Tolentino / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”

Movie Production Designer of the Year:

• Winston Acuyong / “The Trial”
• Whammy Alcazaren / “English Only Please”
• Angel Diesta / “The Gifted”
• Roy Lachica and Joel Bilbao / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
• Shari Marie Montiague / “Starting Over Again”
• Ericson Navarro / “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”

Movie Musical Scorer of the Year:

• Teresa Barrozo / “The Gifted”
• Cesar Francis Concio / “Starting Over Again”
• Cesar Francis Concio / “The Trial”
• Von De Guzman / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
• Erwin Romulo and Malek Lopez / “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
• Emerzon Texon / “English Only Please”

Movie Sound Engineer of the Year:

• Aurel Claro Bilbao / “Starting Over Again”
• Lamberto Casas, Jr. and Alex Tomboc / “The Gifted”
• Albert Michael Idioma / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
• Hit Productions / “Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2”
• Addiss Tabong / “English Only Please”
• Addiss Tabong / “The Trial”

Movie Original Theme Song of the Year:

• “Bahala Na” / “Talk Back And You’re Dead”
Lyrics by Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana, music by Thyro Alfaro, interpreted by Nadine Lustre and James Reid

• “Bukas Na” / “My Big Bossing”
Lyrics and music by Jan Ilacad and Kiko Salazar; arranged by Kiko Salazar; interpreted by Nikki Gil

• “Hindi Pa Tapos” / “Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo”
Composed and performed By Gloc-9, arranged by Paulo Zarate

• “No Erase” / “Diary Ng Panget”
Lyrics By Thyro Alfaro And Yumi Lacsamana, Music By Julius James De Belen, Interpreted By Nadine Lustre AndJames Reid

• “Wag Ka Nang Umiyak” / “The Trial”
Lyrics and Music by Ebe Dancel, interpreted By Kz Tandingan

Technical Categories (Indie Films Category):

Indie Movie Screenwriter of the Year:

• Aloy Adlawan / “The Janitor”
• Arlyn Dela Cruz / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”
• Renei Dimla and Jun Robles Lana / “Dementia”
• Real Florido / “1st Ko Si 3rd”
• Antoinette Jadaone / “That Thing Called Tadhana”
• Jun Robles Lana / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Bibeth Orteza / “Hari Ng Tondo”

Indie Movie Cinematographer of the Year:

• Jay Abello / “Hari Ng Tondo”
• Marissa Floirendo / “The Janitor”
• Mackie Galvez / “Dementia”
• Carlo Mendoza / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Sasha Palomares / “That Thing Called Tadhana”
• Rommel Sales / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”
• Rain Yamson, II / “Magkakabaung”

Indie Movie Editor of the Year:

• Lawrence Ang / “Dementia”
• Lawrence Ang / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Cyril Bautista / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Manet Dayrit / “Hari Ng Tondo”
• Tara Illenberger / “The Janitor”
• Carlo Francisco Manatad / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”
• Geoffrey William / “Separados”

Indie Movie Production Designer of the Year:

• Gerardo Calagui / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”
• Rolly Cariño / “Hari Ng Tondo”
• Jeck Cogama And Popo Diaz / “1st Ko Si 3rd”
• Popo Diaz / “Dementia”
• Roy Lachica / “The Janitor”
• Chito Sumera / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Fiel Zabat / “Sundalong Kanin”

Indie Movie Musical Scorer of the Year:

• Teresa Barrozo / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”
• Ryan Cayabyab / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Von De Guzman / “Dementia”
• Richard Gonzales / “The Janitor”
• Jesse Lucas / “Alienasyon”
• Tj Ramos / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Myke Salomon / “Hari Ng Tondo”

Indie Movie Sound Engineer of the Year:

• Albert Michael Idioma / “Hari Ng Tondo”
• Albert Michael Idioma and Alex Tomboc / “The Janitor”
• Mark Locsin and Warren Santiago / “Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber’s Tales)”
• Drew Millalos / “Sundalong Kanin”
• Addiss Tabong / “Dementia”
• Addiss Tabong / “That Thing Called Tadhana”
• Wildsound / “Maratabat (Pride And Honor)”

Indie Movie Original Theme Song Of The Year:

• “Aking Araw” / “1st Ko Si 3rd”
Lyrics by Real Florido, music by Carlo Yanesa, interpreted By Ken Chan

• “Asintado” / “Asintado”
Composed and arranged By Gloc-9, performed by Gloc-9 and Lirah Bermudez

• “Batang Tulisan” / “Sundalong Kanin”
Composed by Jaime Jesus Borlagdan, arranged by Tj Ramos, interpreted by Heber O’Hara

• “Broken Strings” / “Mariquina”
Lyrics and music by Jerrold Tarog, interpreted by Karen Gaerlan

• “Habang Panahon” / “Alienasyon”
Lyrics by Ricky Gallardo, music by Jesse Lucas, interpreted by Jon Abella

• “Pangarap Na Ikaw” / “Separados”
Composed by GB Sampedro and Lara Maigue, arranged by Marvin Querido, interpreted by Erik Santos and Lara Maigue

• “Sige Lang Nang Sige” / “Hari ng Tondo”
Lyrics by Bibeth Orteza, music by Myke Salomon, interpreted by Aiza Seguerra, Rafa Siguion-Reyna, and Cris Villonco

Special Awards:

Darling of the Press Nominees:

• KC Concepcion
• Anne Curtis
• Luis Manzano
• Vicky Morales
• Robin Padilla
• Judy Ann Santos

Nora Aunor Ulirang Artista Lifetime Achievement Award

• Ms. Celia Rodriguez

Ulirang Alagad Ng Pelikula Sa Likod Ng Kamera (Lifetime Achievement Award)

• Director Maryo J. Delos Reyes

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Nora Aunor’s ‘Hustisya’ gets Best Actress nod at 8th Asia Pacific Screen Awards!

Nora Aunor is competing once again in the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. For the 8th edition of the APSA, the Superstar is nominated in the Best Performance by an Actress category for her film Hustisya.

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The indie film Dagitab, written and directed by Giancarlo Abrahan, is nominated in the Best Screenplay category. Also known as Sparks, this indie film is topbilled by Nonie Buencamino and Eula Valdes.

These two entries from the Philippines are among the nominees competing in the 8th Annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards that will be held on December 11 in Queensland, Australia.

Other nominees in the Best Actress category are Israel’s Ronit Elkabetz for Gett The Trial of Viviane Amsalem, China’s Lu Zhong for Red Amnesia, Hong Kong’s Tang Wei for The Golden Era and Iran’s Merila Zareie for Track 143.

The other contenders for the Best Screenplay category are the films 28 (from Sri Lanka), Angels of Revolution (from Russia), Melbourne (from Iran), and Memories on Stone (from Kurdistan). Both Hustisya and Dagitab were entries to the 10th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival.

In December 2012, Nora bagged the Best Actress plum for Thy Womb while Brillante Mendoza also earned the Best Director award for the same film.

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Nora Aunor on being the 10th recipient of the U.P. Gawad Plaridel: “Sa karangalan ng taga-U.P. ay parang nakatapos na din ako.”!

Nora Aunor is the 10th recipient of the U.P. Gawad Plaridel, the highest award given by the University of the Philippines to an outstanding media practitioner. Aunor is cited for her excellence in film and television.

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This is what the Superstar said of the award:

“Isang malaking karangalan at hindi ko makakalimutan. Isa ito sa pinakaimportanteng nangyari sa buhay ko. Sa karangalan ng taga-U.P. ay parang nakatapos na din ako. Ang nararamdaman ko ngayon ay iba eh. Iba kapag U.P. ang nagbigay sa iyo ng karangalan. Hanggang Garde 2 lang ako pero pagtayo ko sa stage ng U.P. ay parang graduate na din ako ng Unibersidad ng Pilipinas.”

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Cinemalaya 2014 Best Actress is Nora Aunor and Eula Valdez!

Cinemalaya 2014 awards night was held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines( CCP) on Sunday night.

”Superstar” Nora Aunor bagged the best actress award for the film ”Hustisya,”  in the Director’s Showcase category and Eula Valdez was named best actress for the film ”Dagitab,” New Breed category.

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Below are  the complete list of winners of Cinemalaya X:

Director’s Showcase

Best Film – Kasal
Best Direction – The Janitor (Michael Tuviera)
Best Actor – Robert Arevalo (Hari ng Tondo)
Best Actress Nora Aunor (Hustisya)
Best Supporting Actor – Nicco Manalo (The Janitor)
Best Supporting Actress – Cris Villonco (Hari ng Tondo)
Best Screenplay – The Janitor
Best Editing – The Janitor
Best Cinematography – Kasal
Best Musical Score – Kasal
Best Prod Design – Kasal
Best Sound – The Janitor
Audience Choice – Hustisya
NETPAC Award – Hustisya
Special Citation for Poster – Asintado

New Breed

Best Film – Bwaya
Special Jury – K’Na The Dreamweaver
Best Direction – Dagitab (Giancarlo Abrahan V)
Best Actor – Dante Rivero (1st Ko Si 3rd)
Best Actress – Eula Valdez (Dagitab)
Special Citation (Ensemble Acting) – Elmo Magalona, Kit Thompson, Sophie Albert, Coleen Garcia (#Y)
Best Supporting Actor – Miggs Cuaderno (Children’s Show)
Best Supporting Actress – Barbie Forteza (Mariquina)
Best Screenplay – Dagitab
Best Editing – Children’s Show
Best Cinematography – Bwaya
Best Sound – Children’s Show
Best Musical Score – Bwaya
Best Prod Design – K’Na The Dreamweaver
Audience choice – Sundalong Kanin
NETPAC Award – Bwaya
Canon Cinematography Award – Children’s Show

Shorts

Audience Choice – Lola
Best Screenplay – Lola
Best Direction – Lola
Best Short Film – Asan si Lolo Me
Special Jury – The Ordinary Things We Do

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Nora Aunor on National Artist Award snob: “Hindi naman pwedeng maging hadlang iyon para huminto ako sa aking pagtatrabaho di ba? “!

Superstar Nora Aunor for the last time talked about the latest National Artists controversy and thanked the Filipino people who rallied for her.

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This is what she said Wednesday during the press launch of the 10th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival:

“Nakakataba ng puso. Hindi ko alam kung papaano ipapaliwanag yung katuwaan at kasiyahan na dulot dahil sa kanila. Maraming-maraming salamat sa lahat ng mga kababayan natin, tuwang-tuwa ako sa mga nagtitiwala at naniniwala sa larangan ng pag-arte.”

On moving on after the controversy:

“Hindi naman pwedeng maging hadlang iyon para huminto ako sa aking pagtatrabaho di ba? Patuloy pa rin tayo. Sa trabaho naman tayo.”

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Nora Aunor’s “Hustisya” movie poster revealed!

Hustisya starring Nora Aunor which is an official entry for the 10th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival happening on August 1-10, 2014 where Joel Lamangan is one of the main contenders in the Directors’ Showcase category!

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Also included in the cast are Rosanna Roces, Rocco Nacino, Gardo Versoza, Sunshine Dizon, Romnick Sarmenta, Sue Prado, Chynna Ortaleza, John Rendez, Jeric Gonzales, stage actress Angelina “Miles” Kanapi, theater stalwart Tony Mabesa, and Jaime Pebanco.

 

Nora Aunor spent (screen) time behind bars for her role in the crime drama Hustisya. The Superstar brings life to Biring, a probinsyana from Bicol who becomes involved in the illegal world of human trafficking. She becomes the right-hand woman of her distant relative Vivian (played by Rosanna Roces).

Award-winning scriptwriter Ricky Lee described the Superstar’s character by saying, “Nagtatrabaho siya para kay Rosanna Roces na isang babae na involved sa human trafficking. Pero ‘see no evil at hear no evil’ siya until one night, na-frame up si Biring for murder.”

When she lands in jail for a crime that she did not commit, Biring experiences the slow grind of justice in the Philippines. Through the help of a corrupt lawyer named Gerald (Rocco Nacino), Biring turns the tables on her tormentors. She learns the corrupt practices of the powerful syndicate behind Vivian. The victim eventually becomes the victimizer.

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