Robin Padilla wins Best Actor; ‘10,000 Hours’ named MMFF Best Picture


Robin Padilla

MANILA, Philippines — Robin Padilla won Best Actor for his movie “10,000 Hours,” which also bagged the Best Picture award, in the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival awards night held at the Meralco Theater in Pasig City Friday night.

Maricel Soriano bagged the Best Actress trophy for her role in the Vice Ganda-starrer “Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy.” This Star Cinema and Viva Films co-production also won the 2nd Best Picture award and the citation for Most Gender Sensitive Film.

Pen Medina was named Best Supporting Actor for 10,000 Hours while Aiza Seguerra bagged the Best Supporting Actress trophy for the movie “My Little Bossings” starring Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Ryzza Mae Dizon and Bimby Aquino-Yap.

Dizon won the Best Child Performer plum while My Little Bossings was named 3rd Best Picture.

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  • sanjuan683

    Ok best actor si Robin magaling naman talaga mabuti hindi nanalo sina Vic at Kris hehehe walang naman kalatoy-latoy ang pagkakenkoy ni Vic korny korny at pagkakenkay ni Kris na kapag ang eksena umiiyak siya pero nakangiti naman tignan. hahahahahahaha Kung tutuusin laos na itong Eat Bulaga sina Vic at Joey bali ang nagdadala na lang sa variety show nila si Bulilit….Pero ako hindi na ako nanonood ng variety show nakakasawa na at malakas sa koriente….Iba talaga kapag si nasirang Dolphy magpatawa……

  • fuctore

    MMFF is run by MMDA, which is under PNoy administration.
    Boy Golden stars ER Ejercito, a political enemy of PNoy,
    10,000 hours is about Ping Lacson,and an obvious anti GMA film.
    Jaundiced politicians everywhere .

  • pinayako

    buti na lang di si Bimby ang lumabas na best child performer or else marami ang sisigaw ng LUTONG MAKAW! lol

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