Transit waging-wagi, Vilma, Sarah, at Rustica nasungkit ang best actress John Lloyd naiuwi ang best actor sa Golden Screen Awards
SHOWBIZ UPDATE - Nora Calderon (Pang-masa) - October 6, 2014 - 12:00am

Sa kabila ng malakas na ulan at matinding traffic last Saturday evening, October 4, maayos at masayang naidaos ng Entertainment Press Society, Inc. (ENPRESS) ang kanilang simple presentation ng 11th Golden Screen Awards (GSA) sa Teatrino in Promenade, Greenhills.  Hosted by our resident host, John “Sweet” Lapus, parang talk show ang concept ng awards night na isinulat at dinirek ni Noel Ferrer. Bawat winner, matapos tanggapin ang kanilang trophy ay ini-interview ni Sweet at siyempre pa, mga intriguing at nakatatawang tanong ang sinasagot ng mga winners na pinapalakpakan at tinatawanan ng audience. Kahit ang dalawang biggest winners, sina Ms. Rustica Carpio na nanalong Best Performer by an Actress in a Lead Role – Drama at si Joel Torre na Best Performer by an Actor in a Lead Role Drama ay nag-enjoy at hindi umalis hanggang hindi nakapagpa-pictorial sa ibang winners at sa members ng Enpress.

Salamat sa mga nagbigay ng intermission numbers, sina RJ Agustin ng PolyEast Records, Himig Handog finalist Hazel Faith dela Cruz, GSA finalists Ruru Madrid at Adrian Cabido at si Edgar Allan Guzman na previous winner ng GSA. Salamat din sa aming mga sponsors, movie producers, friends from the press, at kay Paul Fabregas na gumawa ng mga video support ng mga nominees sa acting categories.

Narito ang complete list of winners ng 11th Golden Screen Awards: 

Best Motion Picture - Drama: Transit (Cinemalaya Foundation & TEN17P)

Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy: It Takes A Man and A Woman (Star Cinema, ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc., and Viva Films)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role - Drama: (TIE) Rustica Carpio (Ano Ang Kulay ng mga Nakalimutang Pangarap?) at Vilma Santos (Ekstra)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role - Drama: Joel Torre (On the Job)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role - Musical or Comedy: Sarah Geronimo (It Takes A Man and A Woman)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role - Musical or Comedy: John Lloyd Cruz (It Takes A Man and A Woman)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role - Drama, Musical, or Comedy: Angel Aquino (Ang Huling Chacha ni Anita)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Drama, Musical or Comedy: Joey Paras (Dance of the Steelbars)

Best Breakthrough Performance by an Actress: Jasmine Curtis-Smith (Transit)

Best Breakthrough Performance by an Actor: Marc Justine Alvarez (Transit)

Best Direction: Hannah Espia (Transit)

Best Original Screenplay: Giancarlo Abrahan, Hannah Espia (Transit)

Best Original Story: Erik Matti (On the Job)

Best Cinematography: Lyle Sacris, Ber Cruz (Transit),

Best Editing: Benjamin Gonzales Tolentino, Hannah Espia (Transit)

Best Production Design: Tessa Tang (Transit)

Best Sound Design: Albert Michael Idioma (Ano Ang Kulay ng mga Nakalimutang Pa­ngarap?)

Best Musical Score: Mon Espia (Transit)

Best Original Song: “’Di Ako Titigil” from the movie Burgos, music by Lucien Letaba, arranged by Melvin Corpin and interpreted by Sharon Flordeliz

Best Visual/Special Effects: David Yu, Miguel Javier (On the Job)

Lino Brocka Lifetime Achievement Awardee – Ms. Susan Roces

 

ANO ANG KULAY BEST BEST PERFORMANCE HANNAH ESPIA IT TAKES A MAN AND A WOMAN LEAD ROLE ON THE JOB TRANSIT
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