69th FAMAS Awards – Winners

69th FAMAS Awards – Winners

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Magikland was a big winner at the 69th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards with 7 trophies. Produced by Brightlight Productions and Gallaga-Reyes Films, among the awards the fantasy movie received is the much-coveted Best Picture, along with several technical recognition.

Magikland is the third installment to the Magic Kingdom franchise. It tells the story of four powerful children who are out to conquer all that they fear in order to save the world.

Alessandra De Rossi was named Best Actress for her role as a widowed mother who would do anything to save her children in Watchlist. This is her second acting award for the role, the first was also a Best Actress from Gawad Urian.

Allen Dizon won the Best Actor Award for his role as a battered husband in Latay. Just like Alessandra, this is also Allen’s second Best Actor award for the role, the first was from the 10th International Film Festival Manhattan (IFFM) last year.

Here is the list of winners at the 69th FAMAS Awards (2021):

Best Picture: Magikland, Brightlight Productions and Gallaga-Reyes Films
Best Actress: Alessandra De Rossi, Watchlist
Best Actor: Allen Dizon, Latay
Best Director: Christian Acuña, Magikland
Best Child Performer: Miel Espinoza, Block Z
Best Supporting Actress: Dexter Doria, Memories of Forgetting
Best Supporting Actor: Enzo Pineda, He Who is Without Sin
Best Sound: Mike Idioma and Alex Tomboc, Magikland
Best Visual Effects: Richard Francia and Ryan Grimarez, Magikland
Best Screenplay: Manny Angeles and Paulle Olivenze, Hayop Ka!
Best Musical Score: Kean Cipriano and Brain Coat, On Vodka, Beers, and Regrets
Best Cinematography: Rody Lacap, Magikland
Best Production Design: Ericson Navarro, Magikland
Best Editing: Manet A. Dayrit and She Lopez-Francia, Magikland
Best Original Song: Maibalik by JBK, Us Again
FPJ Memorial Award: Mon Confiado
International CEO of the Year: RS Francisco, Frontrow International
German Moreno Youth Achievement Award: Joaquin Domagoso and Cassy Legaspi
Best Shortfilm: Kevin Piamonte, Solo

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