By Gina N. Ordona
Winning the Best Actress trophy at the eighth Asian Film Awards (AFA) would have been great, but the Philippines’ sole nominee in the annual competition wasn’t expecting anything. “It’s all a matter of luck and the jury’s taste,” Eugene Domingo said hours before the awards night held Thursday at Macau’s glitzy House of Dancing [...]
Jun Robles Lana’s “Mga Kuwentong Barbero” is competing in the 3rd Madrid International Film Festival in July. “Mga Kuwentong Barbero” is nominated for best foreign film, best director of a foreign film (for Lana), best actress in a foreign film (Eugene Domingo) and best producer of a feature film (Ferdinand Lapuz). Bayani San Diego [...]
EUGENE Domingo is nominated for Best Actress at the Asian Film Awards for Jun Robles Lana’s “Mga Kuwentong Barbero.” Uge (Domingo’s nickname) is the only Filipino competing in the awards derby. She won Best Actress at the Tokyo International Film Festival for the same film last year. Bayani San Diego Jr.
By Nestor U. Torre
As we start a new entertainment year, we wish only the best for stars who, in 2013, enhanced their careers with inspired and savvy moves. What should they do for an encore? Last year, Eugene Domingo distinguished herself by winning thespic honors both here and abroad. But, she concluded the year with yet another “Kimmy [...]
(We are running this guide to help moviegoers plan their holiday cinema tour. The 39th MMFF runs from Dec. 25, 2013, to Jan. 8, 2014.)
Actor Sam Milby explains how he could fall in love with “Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel” costar Eugene Domingo.
By Marinel R. Cruz
Eugene Domingo feels guilty about repeatedly punching fellow actor Sam Milby during a series of fight scenes for their coming fantasy-comedy flick, “Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel.”
We asked the stars: Why should we celebrate Christmas this year after a string of disasters in the country?
By Rito P. Asilo
It’s such a treat to see the mischievous merrymaking and thespic fireworks generated by Eugene Domingo and Solenn Heussaff in “Status: It’s Complicated,” Chris Martinez’s modern retooling of Ishmael Bernal’s 1979 romantic comedy, “Salawahan.” As businesswoman Marianne David, Domingo lends a sophisticated albeit deliciously self-deprecating presence as she goes mano-a-mano against fashion designer Sylvia [...]
By Dolly Anne Carvajal
Eugene Domingo is on a roll. She added another feather in her cap by bagging the best actress plum in the 26th Tokyo International Film Festival for Jun Robles Lana’s “Barber’s Tales.”
Eugene Domingo, star of “Status: It’s Complicated” and best actress in the 26th Tokyo International Film Festival (for Jun Robles Lana’s “Barber’s Tales”), talks about the art of acting: “I make sure that the roles and characters I take on are something I haven’t done before, or something I haven’t done recently. I avoid being in the same genre over and over again… If I feel that the timing is right, and the role is something new for me, I’ll do it.”
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Filipino comedienne Eugene Domingo won best actress for Jun Robles Lana’s “Barber’s Tales” at the 26th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF)—the first acting prize for the country in the Japanese fest that closed on Friday.