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FAMAS Awards 2013 Complete List of Winners

The Emilio Aguinaldo biopic film, “El Presidente” dominated the 61st FAMAS Awards 2013 during the awarding ceremony held at the AFP Theater on Sunday, April 21, 2013.

Angel Locsin won the Best Actress trophy for her performance in the MMFF 2013 Best Picture “One More Try,” Angel was also awarded earlier as “Star Awards for Moview Best Actress.”

Politician actor ER Ejercito was awarded with FAMAS Best Actor for the movie, El Presidente, the movie was also the big winner in the awarding ceremony bagging 12 awards including the Best Picture and Best Director to name a few.

FAMAS Awards

Here are the 61st FAMAS Awards 2013: List of Winners:

Best Picture Best Production Design
“El Presidente” “El Presidente”
Best Director Best Special Effects
Mark Meily, “El Presidente” “El Presidente
Best Actress Advocacy Film Award
Angel Locsin, “One More Try” “Larong Bata”
Best Actor FPJ Lifetime Achievement Award
ER Ejercito, “El Presidente” Jeorge Estregan aka ER Ejercito
Best Supporting Actress Arturo M. Padua Memorial Award
Jacklyn Jose, “A Secret Affair” Cristy Fermin
Best Supporting Actor Dr. Jole Perez Memorial Award
Cesar Montano, “El Presidente” Butch Francisco
Best Child Actress Grand Award
Barbara Miguel, “Migrante” MMDA and MMDA Chairman Francis Tolention
Best Child Actor Special Recognition Award
Miguel Vergara, “One More Try” German Moreno
Best Screenplay German Moreno Youth Achievement Award
“El Presidente” Ruru Madrid, Xian Lim, Joyce Ching & Janella Salvador
Best Cinematography Exemplary Award for Public Service
“El Presidente” Victor B. Endriga, PhD and Dean Amado Domingo Valdez
Best Editing Champion of Humanitaraian Service
“El Presidente” Dr. Ricardo B. Pascasio
Best Sound and Musical Score Great Shape Award
“El Presidente” Benjamin Alves
Best Original Theme Song Celebrity Skin of the Night Award
Aking Inang Bayan, “El Presidente” Maxene Magalona
Best Story PhilNews.Ph
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