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Toni Gonzaga & Allen Dizon - FAMAS 2015

Toni Gonzaga, Allen Dizon bag top acting awards at FAMAS 2015

Toni Gonzaga & Allen Dizon - FAMAS 2015Kapamilya actress-host Toni Gonzaga and Doble Kara actor Allen Dizon bagged the top acting trophies at the 63rd Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards (FAMAS) awards night held at the Newport Performing Arts Theater on Sunday, September 20.

Gonzaga was named Best Actress for her performance in the blockbuster hit Starting Over Again while Dizon took home the Best Actor trophy for his role in the indie film, Magkakabaung.  Sylvia Sanchez (The Trial) and Gabby Eigenmann (Asintado) won as the Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor, respectively.

Historical film Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo won in the Best Picture and Best Director (Enzo Williams) categories.  Below is the complete list of winners at the 2015 FAMAS Awards:

  • Best Picture: Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo
  • Best Director: Enzo Williams (Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo)
  • Best Actor: Allen Dizon (Magkakabaung)
  • Best Actress: Toni Gonzaga (Starting Over Again)
  • Best Supporting Actress: Sylvia Sanchez (The Trial)
  • Best Supporting Actor: Gabby Eigenmann (Asintado)
  • Best Screenplay: Ricardo Lee, Enrico Santos and Kriz G. Guzman (The Trial)
  • Best Cinematography: Carlo Mendoza (Bonifacio – Ang Unang Pangulo)
  • Best Editing: Carlo Francisco Manatad (Feng Shui)
  • Best Story: Ricardo Lee, Enrico Santos, and Kriz Gazmen (The Trial)
  • Best Sound: Addiss Tabong (Feng Shui)
  • Best Musical Score: Michael Abadam, John Angeles and Carlos Barcelona (She’s Dating  the Gangster)
  • Best Visual Effects: Erick Torrente (Magnum Muslim .357)
  • Best Original Theme Song: Hindi Pa Tapos (Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo)
  • Best Child Performer: Miggs Cuaderno (Asintado)

Special Awards:

  • Iconic Movie Queens of Philippine Cinema: Gloria Romero, Susan Roces, Nora Aunor, Maricel Soriano, Dawn Zulueta and Sarah Geronimo
  • German Moreno Youth Achievement Award: Bianca Umali, Diego Loyzaga, Jasmine Smith, Kiko Estrada, Kim Rodriguez, Mark Neumann, Miguel Tanfelix, Nadine Lustre, Robi Domingo and Sofia Andres
  • Fernando Poe, Jr. Memorial Award: Coco Martin
  • FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Award: Joey De Leon, Tito Sotto and Vic Sotto
  • Public Service Award: Kaye Dacer and Julius Babao
  • Dr. Jose Perez Memorial Award: Lhar Santiago
  • Arturo M. Padua Memorial Award: Emy Abuan
  • Film Critics Choice Award: Esoterika: Manila
  • FAMAS Presidential Award: Doc Bong Ramirez

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