1992 Metro Manila Film Festival

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1992 Metro Manila Film Festival
Date 25 December 1992
Official website website
Highlights
Best Picture Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang
Most awards Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang (5)
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The 18th Metro Manila Film Festival was held in 1992.

Screen hearthrob and matinee idol Aga Muhlach copped his first major award by winning the Best Actor trophy for the movie, Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal. The movie also won three other awards including the Best Original Theme Song by the same title of the film for Alex Mallillin. Meanwhile, VIVA Films' Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang was adjudged the festival's Best Picture as well as four other awards including the Best Director for Ike Jarlego, Jr. among others. Other awardees include Best Actress for Gina Alajar, Best Supporting Actress for Sylvia Sanchez and Best Child Performer for I.C. Mendoza. In addition, this year's festival introduces the new category for Best Float, received by the team of Okay Ka Fairy Ko, Part 2 movie.[1][2]

Entries[edit]

Title of Movie Starring Studio Director
Official Entries
Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang Eddie Garcia, Eddie Gutierrez, Pinky de Leon, Kier Legaspi, Joko Diaz, Mia Pratts, Ramon Christopher VIVA Films Ike Jarlego, Jr.
Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal Aga Muhlach, Ariel Rivera and Lea Salonga Octoarts Films Jose Javier Reyes
Engkanto Janice de Belen, Francis Magalona, Raul Zaragosa, Maila Gumila, Emon Ramos, Apple Pie Bautista, Suisan Lozada, Cita Astals and Roderick Paulate Tata Esteban
Okay Ka Fairy Ko, Part 2 Vic Sotto, Aiza Seguerra, Tweetie de Leon, Tetchie Agbayani, Ruby Rodriguez, Jinky Oda, Bayani Casimiro, Jr., Charito Solis Regal Films and M-Zet Productions Tony Reyes
Shake, Rattle & Roll IV Regal Films Peque Gallaga and Lore Reyes
Takbo Talon Tili Rene Requiestas, Rita Avila, Raymond Gutierrez, Richard Gutierrez, Sheryl Cruz & Romnick Sarmenta Seiko Films Efren Jarlego
Other entries
Boy Recto Moviestars Production
Manila Boy Pioneer Films

Winners and nominees[edit]

Awards[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[3]

Ariel Rivera, Best Supporting Actor winner
Joseph Estrada, Special Recognition Award recipient
Nora Aunor, "Gawad ng Natatanging Pagkilala" recipient
Best Film Best Director
  • Ike Jarlego, Jr. – Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best Art Direction Best Cinematography
  • Arnold Alvaro and Ramon Marcelino - Takbo, Talon, Tili!
Best Child Performer Best Editing
  • Ike Jarlego, Jr. - Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang
Best Story Best Screenplay
  • Humilde ‘Meek’ Roxas – Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang
  • Ricky Lee and Jose Bartolone – Takbo, Talon, Tili!
Best Original Song Best Music
  • Alex Mallillin – Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal
  • Dionisio Buencamino – Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal
Best Visual Effects Best Make-up
Best Sound Recording Best Float
  • Rolly Ruta - Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang
Gatpuno Antonio J. Villegas Cultural Awards

Special awards[edit]

Special Recognition Award Joseph Estrada
Joey Lina
Gawad ng Natatanging Pagkilala Nora Aunor
Male Star of the Night Bernard Bonnin
Female Star of the Night Tetchie Agbayani

Multiple awards[edit]

Films with multiple awards[edit]

The following films received one or multiple awards:

Awards Film
5 Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang
4 Shake, Rattle & Roll IV
Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal
Takbo Talon Tili!
3 Okay Ka Fairy Ko! Part 2
1 Engkanto

Ceremony Information[edit]

The following are the key persons during the "Gabi ng Parangal" held in the PICC Reception Hall on December 28.[2]

Gretchen Barretto
Miguel Rodriguez
Maritoni Fernandez

Box Office gross[edit]

MMFF Entry Gross Ticket Sales
Okay Ka, Fairy Ko, Part 2 P 45.8 million*
Shake, Rattle & Roll IV P 38.0 million
Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal P 34.0 million
Andres Manambit: Angkan ng Matatapang P 28.5 million
Engkanto P 16.2 million
Takbo Talon Tili! P 13.0 million
Manila Boy P 10.0 million
Boy Recto P 8.0 million

References[edit]

  1. ^ "THE 1992 METRO MANILA FILM FESTIVAL: AGA MUHLACH TOPS AWARDS; "ANDRES MANAMBIT" BEST PICTURE". Video 48. Retrieved 2014-04-14.
  2. ^ a b Salterio-Gatdula, Leah. "A night for first-time winners in the MMFF '92 'Gabi ng Parangal'". Philippine Daily Inquirer. December 30, 1992. Newspaper Print.
  3. ^ "Metro Manila Film Festival: Awards for 1992". Internet Movie Database. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
1991 Metro Manila Film Festival
Metro Manila Film Festival
1992
Succeeded by
1993 Metro Manila Film Festival