At the Cinema One Originals 2013 awards night, held last Saturday (November 16) at the Dolphy Theater, two films earned the title of Best Picture. Adolfo Alix, Jr.’s “Alamat ni China Doll” took home the award for the festival’s Plus category, while Jet Leyco’s “Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na” won in the Currents category.
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“ALAMAT NI CHINA DOLL,” “BUKAS NA LANG SAPAGKAT GABI NA” WIN BEST PICTURE FOR CINEMA ONE ORIGINALS 2013
Singapore’s entry into next year’s Oscars, “ILOILO,” which touches upon the challenges and experiences faced by the Philippines’ overseas workers finally hits local theaters as it premieres as a guest film in the Cinema One Originals Festival 2013.
Mainstream cinema and digital film meet this Sunday (October 27 ) as Cinema One airs the hit romantic drama movie “One More Try” produced by Star Cinema and Cinema One Originals’ horror film “Di Ingon ‘Nato” at 8PM and 10PM respectively.
Philippine showbiz’s teen king and queen, Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, along with some of today’s finest Star Magic talents, find themselves posed with the question “What would you want to do before the world ends?”, putting their hearts to the test.
Model-actor Mario Maurer, who had already won the hearts of many worldwide, finally finds a love worth keeping as he gets on a flight to the Philippines to take a break away from his acting career.
An intense and surreal experience is in store for viewers this Sunday (September 8) as the tagalized version of the 2004 Cannes Grand Prix award winning South Korean film “Oldboy” hits Philippine television on the Blockbuster Sundays movie block of Cinema One.
Three of today’s hottest young stars take on the supernatural this Sunday (September 1) as Enrique Gil, Julia Montes, and Enchong Dee star in the Star Cinema horror film “The Strangers” that is set to premiere on Cinema One.
A promising young man JM de Guzman steps in to help Andi Eigenmann in a story of the horrific and terrifying events from the past that have caught up with her present, as they star in “Pridyider”, which airs on Cinema One on Sunday (August 25).
ABS-CBN and its various free-to-air and cable channels will be airing the movies of the late Fernando Poe Jr. as a gift to the fans of the King of Philippine Cinema on his 74th birthday and to showcase his legacy and contribution to the movie industry and the Filipino masses.
One of Thailand’s favorite romantic comedies is hitting television screens and is set to put a whole new identity on love stories on Sunday (August 18) as Cinema One airs the award-winning Thai film “Hello Stranger”.