Kathryn Bernardo wins FAMAS Best Actress award; Alfred Vargas, Piolo Pascual share Best Actor trophy

Kapamilya actress Kathryn Bernardo bagged the best actress award at the recently concluded Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards 2024 held at the Manila Hotel.

With her performance in “A Very Good Girl,”Kathryn won over Maricel Soriano (“In His Mother’s Eyes”), Charlie Dizon (“Third World Romance”), Marian Rivera (“Rewind”), Sharon Cuneta (“Family Of Two”), and Eugene Domingo (“Becky & Badette”).

Kathryn first won a FAMAS Award, a German Moreno Youth Achievement Award, in 2011 along with  Sarah Lahbati, Alden Richards, Julia Montes, and Sam Concepcion.

 “Mallari” got six awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor trophy for Piolo Pascual.

Piolo shared  the Best Actor trophy  with Alfred Vargas for “Pieta”. 

Kathryn personally received her trophy during the awards night held at the Fiesta Pavilion at the Manila Hotel on Sunday night.

Piolo and Vargas won over Cedrick Juan for “Gomburza,” Ken Chan for “Papa Mascot,” Dingdong Dantes for “Rewind,” and Alden Richards for “Family of Two.”

Gloria Diaz and LA Santos were named the Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor, respectively, for their roles in the films “Mallari” and “In His Mother’s Eyes.”

Euwenn Mikaell of “Firefly” won the Best Child Actor trophy, while Elia Ilano won the Best Child Actress trophy for her performance in “Ghost Tales.”

Louie Ignacio was named Best Director for his work on “Papa Mascot,” while “Mallari” took home the Best Picture award.

The FAMAS Awards is an annual awarding event organized by the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences.Here is the list of winners for the 2024 FAMAS Awards:

Best Picture: “Mallari”

Best Actor: Piolo Pascual (“Mallari”) and Alfred Vargas (“Pieta”)

Best Actress: Kathryn Bernardo (“A Very Good Girl”)

Best Director: Louie Ignacio (“Papa Mascot”)

Best Supporting Actor: LA Santos (“In His Mother’s Eyes)

Best Supporting Actress: Gloria Diaz (“Mallari”)

Best Child Actor: Euwenn Mikael Aleta (“Firefly”)

Best Child Actress: Elia Ilano (“Ghost Tales”)

Best Screenplay” Enrico Santos (“Mallari”)

Best Editing: Benjamin Gonzales Tolentino (“Iti Mapukpukaw”)

Best Cinematography: Carlo Mendoza (“Gomburza”)

Best Production Design: Marielle Hizon (“Mallari”)

Best Musical Score: Teresa Barrozo (“Iti Mapukpukaw”)

Best Visual Effects: “Mallari”

Best Sound: “Rewind”

Best Original Song: “Finggah Lickin'” (“Becky And Badette)

Circle of Excellence Award: Vilma Santos and Christopher de Leon

Special Citation Award: Gloria Romero

Best Short Film: “Huling Sayaw ni Erlinda”

Best Documentary: “Maria” (Jennifer T. Santos)


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