Two Filipinos cinched nods at the 8th Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA). Nora Aunor was nominated for best actress for “Hustisya.” Giancarlo Abrahan also got a best screenplay nom for “Dagitab,” which he directed as well. Both films are products of this year’s Cinemalaya. The APSA ceremony will be held on Dec. 11 at the Brisbane City Hall, Queensland, Australia. Bayani San Diego Jr.
By Aries Joseph Hegina
Veteran Nora Aunor was nominated anew for the Best Performance of an Actress award in the 8th Asia Pacific Screen Awards for her role as a human trafficker in Joel Lamangan’s political-drama film, “Hustisya”.
By Nestor U. Torre
Last month, “The Ryzza Mae Show” on GMA 7 was particularly viewable, thanks to its little host’s special guest—none other than local show biz’s “one and only original superstar,” Nora Aunor!
By Arvin Mendoza
Filmed in ethereal color and yet imbued with a spine-chilling atmosphere, Percival Intalan’ “Dementia” successfully thrusts the viewers into the dark, racking realm of paranoia.
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Joel Lamangan’s “Hustisya” will compete at the 30th Warsaw International Film Festival, producer Ferdinand Lapuz told the INQUIRER on Wednesday.