1976 Metro Manila Film Festival

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1976 Metro Manila Film Festival
Date 25 December 1976
Official website website
Highlights
Best Picture Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon
Most awards Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon (6)
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The 2nd Metro Manila Film Festival was held in the year 1976. It was still known as Metropolitan Film Festival at that time.

Eddie Romero's Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon received most of the awards with a total of six including the Best Film and Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Actor for Christopher de Leon. Lino Brocka's Insiang received four including Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Actress for Hilda Koronel.

A total of 10 movies were exhibited during the 10-day festival which opened for the first time on Christmas Day (December 25). JE Productions' Dateline Chicago: Arrest The Nurse Killer emerged as the Top Grosser.[1]


Entries[edit]

Title of Movie Starring Studio Director
Dateline Chicago: Arrest The Nurse Killer Joseph Estrada, Pilar Pilapil, Mailyn Herrs, Garret Blake, J.C. Marshall, Debbie Brinson JE Productions Cesar Gallardo
Barok Chiquito, Trixia Gomez, Max Alvarado, Tange, Joaquin Fajardo, Palito, Arlene Sison, Ely Roque, Jun Santos, Norma Yumul, Manuel Dagul F.H. Constantino
Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon Christopher de Leon, Gloria Diaz, Eddie Garcia, Dranreb Belleza, Leopoldo Salcedo, Rosemarie Gil, Johnny Vicar, Tsing-Tong Tsai Hemisphere Eddie Romero
Insiang Hilda Koronel, Mona Lisa, Ruel Vernal, Rez Cortez, Marlon Ramirez Lino Brocka
Minsa'y isang Gamu-gamo Nora Aunor, Jay Ilagan, Gloria Sevilla, Perla Bautista, Eddie Villamayor, Paquito Salcedo, Lily Miraflor, Leo Martinez, Nanding Fernandez, Luz Fernandez Premiere Productions Lupita Concio
Kisame Street Dolphy, Nida Blanca, Panchito, Rolly Quizon, Katy dela Cruz, Patsy, Georgie Quizon, Bentot Jr., Margie Braza, Teroy de Guzman Ading Fernando
The Rebel Hunter (True-to-Life Story of Brig. Gen. Romeo Gatan) Ramon Revilla, Sr., Boots Anson-Roa, George Estregan, Rodolfo 'Boy' Garcia, Rez Cortez, Max Alvarado Jose Yandoc
Puede Ako, Puwede Ka Pa Ba Amalia Fuentes, Romeo Vasquez, Eddie Gutierrez, Vivian Velez, Rosemarie Gil, Ike Lozada, Inday Badiday, Cloyd Robinson, Lilian Laing, Sandy Garcia Elwood Perez & Joey Gosiengfiao
Makahiya at Talahib Vilma Santos, Rudy Fernandez, Trixia Gomez and Gloria Romero, Romeo Rivera, Rocco Montalban, Robert Rivera, Max Alvarado Emmanuel Borlaza
The Interceptorrs Tony Ferrer, Ramon Zamora and George Estregan, Edna Diaz, Paquito Diaz, Charlie Davao, Vic Diaz, Max Alvarado Efren C. Pinon

Awards[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[2]

Eddie Romero, Best Director winner and Best Screenplay (with Roy C. Iglesias)
Best Film Best Director
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best Screenplay Best Cinematography
Best Editing Best Music
Best Story Best Art Direction

Multiple awards[edit]

Films with multiple awards[edit]

The following films received one or multiple awards:

Awards Film
6 Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon
4 Insiang
2 Minsa'y isang Gamu-gamo

Box Office gross[edit]

MMFF Entry Gross Ticket Sales
Dateline Chicago: Arrest The Nurse Killer P 11.0 million*
Minsa'y Isang Gamu-Gamo P 10.5 million
Kisame Street P 10.0 million
Barok P 9.5 million
The Rebel Hunter (True-to-Life Story of Brig. Gen. Romeo Gatan) P 8.0 million
Insiang P 6.0 million
Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon P 4.0 million
Puede Ako, Puwede Ka Pa Ba P 3.5 million
The Interceptors P 2.0 million
Makahiya at Talahib P 1.0 million

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
1975 Metro Manila Film Festival
Metro Manila Film Festival
1976
Succeeded by
1977 Metro Manila Film Festival