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    FULL LIST: Winners, MMFF 2022 awards night

    MANILA, Philippines – The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2022 Gabi ng Parangal (Awards Night) was held on Tuesday, December 27 at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City. Below is a full rundown of all the winners.

    FULL LIST: Winners, MMFF 2022 awards night

    The 48th edition of the annual MMFF, with the theme "Balik Saya sa MMFF 2022" marks the return of the festival to almost pre-pandemic setting but still following health protocols.

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    Official entries include Nadine Lustre's "Deleter"; Noel Trinidad and Liza Lorena's "Family Matters", Edu Manzano, Aljur Abrenica, and Paolo Gumabao's "Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told" and Jake Cuenca's "My Father, Myself".

    Also part of the festival are Jodi Sta. Maria and Coco Martin's "Labyu with an Accent"; Ian Veneracion and Heaven Peralejo's "Nananahimik ang Gabi"; Vice Ganda and Ivana Alawi's "Partners in Crime" and Toni Gonzaga and Joey de Leon's "My Teacher".

    Producers and cinema operators are expecting for big winners tonight to bounce back on ticket sales after some entries were reported to have a slow start in the box-office.

    Here's MMFF 2022 complete list of winners

    Major Awards Winners
    Best Picture 1st: Deleter
    2nd: Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
    3rd: Nanahimik ang Gabi
    Best Actress in a Leading Role Nadine Lustre - Deleter
    Best Actor in a Leading Role Ian Veneracion - Nanahimik ang Gabi
    Best Director Mikhail Red - Deleter
    Best Actress in a Supporting Role Dimples Romana - My Father, Myself
    Best Actor in a Supporting Role Mon Confiado - Nanahimik ang Gabi
    Best Child Performer Shawn Niño Gabriel - My Father, Myself
    Best Screenplay Eric Ramos - Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
    Best Editing Nikolas Red - Deleter
    Best Cinematography Ian Guevarra - Deleter
    Best Production Design Mariel Hizon - Nanahimik ang Gabi
    Best Visual Effects Gaspar Mangalin - Deleter
    Best Sound Deleter
    Best Musical Score Greg Rodriguez III - Nanahimik ang Gabi
    Best Original Theme Song Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told, "Aking Mahal" by Ferdinand Topacio and Cristy Fermin

    Special Awards Winners
    Gat Puno Antonio Villegas Cultural Award Family Matters
    FPJ Memorial Award Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
    Manay Ichu Vera Perez Memorial Award Vilma Santos
    Best Float Award My Father, Myself
    Gender Sensitivity Award My Teacher
    Special Jury Prize Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
    Phoenix Stars of the Night Ian Veneracion and Nadine Lustre

    The Gabi ng Parangal was hosted by Giselle Sanchez, Cindy Miranda and BB Gandanghari.

    Watch the livestream of the ceremony at 8:00PM via One PH. It will have a delayed telecast via TV5 at 10:45PM.

    While there's no official announcement yet of the topgrossers, reports said that that Partners In Crime, Deleter, Family Matters and Labyu With An Accent are among the front runners in the box office.

    By virtue of Metro Manila Commission Executive Order No. 86-09, pursuant to Presidential Proclamation Nos. 1459, 1485, 1533, 1533-A and 1647, the MMFF is held during the Christmas Season in recognition of the role of the film industry in providing artistic depictions of both this country's stories and history.

    MMFF nationwide screening runs from December 25 until January 7, 2023.

    — The Summit Express
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    1. AKALA ko mag number one ang My Father, Myself Gay theme kasi

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