Winners of the Cinema One Originals Festival 2014 announced

Dodo Dayao and Kanakan Balintagos take the top prizes

Horror beats romance in this year’s Cinema One Originals Festival (promoted with a pun, #inTENse) with Violator winning Best Film. The Angelica Panganiban starrer That Thing Called Tadhana received the Audience Choice award, but ultimately, it was Dodo Dayao’s eerie imagery that won the vote of the jury members (Angeli Bayani, Erik Matti, Paolo Bertolin, Richard Bolisay, Benjamin Illos, and Tito Genova Valiente).


Meanwhile, Kanakan Balintagos (formerly known as Auraeus Solito) bagged the Best Director trophy and his film, Esprit de Corps, went on to win two more awards.


Check out the winners of the Cinema One Originals Festival 2014:

Best Picture: Violator (Dodo Dayao)
Best Director: Kanakan Balintagos (Esprit de Corps)
Best Actor: Sandino Martin (Esprit de Corps) and Matt Daclan (Soap Opera)
Best Actress: Angelica Panganiban (That Thing Called Tadhana)
Best Supporting Actor: Andy Bais (Violator)
Best Supporting Actress: Maria Isabel Lopez (Lorna)
Best Screenplay: Jay Abello and Dwight Gaston (Red)
Best Cinematography: Aditya Kumar (Bitukang Manok)
Best Editing: Lawrence Ang (Violator)
Best Production Design: Hal Balbuena (Esprit de Corps)
Best Music: Tengal (Hindi Sila Tatanda)
Best Sound: Corinne de San Jose (Violator)
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