Angelica Panganiban wins Best Actress at Cinema One Originals 2014
Chuck Smith (The Philippine Star) - November 17, 2014 - 12:01am
MANILA, Philippines – Angelica Panganiban won the Best Actress award at the 2014 Cinema One Originals film festival, which held its awards night on Sunday, Nov. 16.
 
The ABS-CBN actress, who was part of the film “That Thing Called Tadhana,” bested veteran actress Shamaine Buencamino (“Lorna”) and transgender actress Mimi Juareza (“Seoul Mates”) for the award. Angelica is currently in the United States and was not able to accept the award.
 
Maria Isabel Lopez was named Best Supporting Actress for “Lorna” while Sandino Martin (“Esprit de Corps) and Matt Declan (“Soap Opera”) won the Best Actor award. 
 
 
Meanwhile, “Violator” came out as the film festival's big winner as it bagged the Best Picture, Best Sound, Best Editing, and Best Supporting Actor awards.
 
Here is the complete list of winners at the Cinema One Originals 2014:
 
Best Picture: Violator
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)

ANGELICA PANGANIBAN BEST BEST ACTOR BEST ACTRESS BEST EDITING BEST PICTURE BEST SOUND CINEMA ONE ORIGINALS
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