List of Filipino films in 2013

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This is a complete list of Filipino full-length films released in theaters and cinemas in 2013.

Top ten grossing films[edit]

Rank Film Production outfit Domestic gross1 Source
1. Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy Star Cinema, Viva Films ₱ 429,147,428 [1]
2. It Takes a Man and a Woman Star Cinema, Viva Films ₱ 405,324,507 [2]
3. My Little Bossings OctoArts Films ₱ 393,000,000 (est.) [3]
4. Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay Star Cinema, Regal Films ₱ 200,000,000 (est.) [4]
5. Four Sisters and a Wedding Star Cinema ₱ 145,029,261 [5]
6. She's the One Star Cinema ₱ 138,564,167 [6]
7. Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? Star Cinema ₱ 102,368,727 [7]
8. Bromance: My Brother's Romance Skylight Films ₱ 73,848,739 [8]
9. A Moment In Time Star Cinema ₱ 64,543,391 [9]
10. Call Center Girl Star Cinema, Skylight Films ₱ 61,847,422 [10]
Note
  1. ^ Box Office Mojo, a reliable third party box office revenue tracker, does not track any revenues earned during any Metro Manila Film Festival editions. So the official figures by film entries during the festival are only estimates taken from any recent updates from credible and reliable sources such as a film's production outfit, or from any news agencies. Also, Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) did not release the official gross sales of each of the films. To verify the figures, see individual sources for the references.
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Films[edit]

More than a 100 full-length films were released in the Philippines, most of them were independently produced.[11][12]

January–March[edit]

Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
January 23 Menor de Edad Viva Films Joel Lamangan (Director), Raquel Villavicencio (Script and Screenplay); Meg Imperial, Ara Mina, Wendell Ramos, Chynna Ortaleza, Jaycee Parker, and Almira Muhlach Drama [13][14]
January 30 Seduction Regal Films Peque Gallaga (Director), and Aloy Adlawan (Writer); Richard Gutierrez, Solenn Heussaff, Sarah Lahbati, Mark Gil, Jay Manalo, Yayo Aguila, and Al Tantay Romance, drama [15][16]
February 6 I Love You, Pare Ko1 Krix Film Productions Neal Tan (Director), Riqui Cardema (Producer and Script); Rocco Nacino, Rodjun Cruz, Arnell Ignacio, and Tita Swarding Comedy, romance, drama [17][18][19]
Gabriel (Ito ang Kuwento Ko)1 Sun Stars Films Ronald M. Rafer (Director); Joyce Ching, Marife Necesito, Lester Lucas, Joana Marie Tan, John Relucio, and Simon Ibarra Drama [20][21][22]
February 13 A Moment in Time Star Cinema, Dreamscape Cinema Emmanuel Quindo Palo (Director), Rondel Lindayag (Screenplay); Julia Montes, Coco Martin, Cherie Gil, Gabby Concepcion, and Zsa Zsa Padilla Romance, drama [23][24]
February 20 Gapang1 Greendie Film Productions Don Bautista (Director); Miguel Alcantara, TJ Alonzo, Merwin Castro, and Jacob Diaz Drama [25]
February 27 Alfredo S. Lim: The Untold Story CM Films Cesar Montano (Director and Screenplay), Enrique Ramos (Screenplay); Cesar Montano, Alessandra de Rossi, Nonie Buencamino, Tirso Cruz III, Gina Pareno, Spanky Manikan, Gloria Romero, Marc Abaya, Alwyn Uytingco, and Alvin Anson Biopic, action, drama [26][27]
March 6 The Fighting Chefs Rockets Productions, Viva Films Ronnie Ricketts (Director); Ronnie Ricketts, Arci Munoz, Mark Gil, Boy Logro, Vandolph Quizon, Joross Gamboa, and Hero Angeles Comedy, action, drama [28][29][30]
March 20 Pagari (Mohammad-Abdulahh)1 Goldmine Entertainment Productions Robby Tarroza (Director), Bing Nellasca (Producer); Arkin del Rosario, Teejay Marquez, Via Veloso, Rose Jordan, Inigo Cruz, Mel Martinez, Marlon Mance, and Fiona McKenzi Drama [31]
March 30 It Takes a Man and a Woman Star Cinema, Viva Films Cathy Garcia-Molina (Director), Carmi Raymundo (Writer and Screenplay); John Lloyd Cruz, Sarah Geronimo, Isabelle Daza, Rowell Santiago, Johnny Revilla, Bing Pimentel, Al Tantay, Irma Adlawan, Miles Ocampo, Andrei Garcia, Matet de Leon, Joross Gamboa, Gio Alvarez, and Guji Lorenzana Romance, comedy, drama [32]

April–June[edit]

Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
April 10 Bad Romance1 ArgonVision Ian Del Carmen (Director), Irvin Malcolm (Screenplay); Janelle Manahan, Mercedes Cabral, Aiza Seguerra, Rey PJ Abellana, Archie Alemania, Jayson Gainza, Ogie Diaz, Raul Morit, Flor Salanga, Karen Gallman, and Francis Lopez Romance, comedy, suspense, thriller [33][34]
April 17 Coming Soon Fearless Productions, Brownsugar Entertainment Martin Rey Aviles (Director); Boy 2 Quizon, Andi Eigenmann, Glaiza de Castro, Dominic Roco, Carla Humphries, and Cholo Barretto Comedy [35][36]
Bayang Magiliw1 Teamwork Film Productions Gil M. Portes (Director), Enrique V. Ramos (Writer); Wendell Ramos, Giselle Tongi, Arnold Reyes, Jackie Lou Blanco, Lloyd Samartino, Racquel Villavicencio, Althea Vega, Sue Prado, Princess Manzon, Rob Sy, Benjie Felipe, Tony Mabesa, Dax Alejandro, Jess Evardone, and Ellen Adarna Political satire, comedy, drama [37][38]
May 1 The Bride and the Lover Regal Films Joel Lamangan (Director); Lovi Poe, Jennylyn Mercado, Paulo Avelino, Alex Castro, Hayden Kho, Tim Yap, Joem Bascon, Arron Villaflor, Kat Alano, Carla Dunareanu, Cai Cortez, Carlo Gonzales, Ariel Ureta, Timmy Cruz, Buboy Garovillo, and Tom Rodriguez Romance, drama [39][40]
May 8 Leona Calderon1 None Jowee Morel (Director and Writer); Pilar Pilapil, Imelda de los Reyes, Junix Inocian, Greg Canestrari, and Irene Alano Drama, romance, comedy [41][42]
May 15 Bromance: My Brother's Romance1 Skylight Films Wenn V. Deramas (Director); Zanjoe Marudo, Cristine Reyes, Abbie Bautista, Arlene Muhlach, Boom Labrusca, Manuel Chua, Joey Paras, Lassy Marquez, Nikki Valdez, and Joy Viado Comedy [43][44]
June 5 Juana C. the Movie Laganap Productions Jade Castro (Director); Mae Paner, John James Uy, Niño Muhlach, Annicka Dolonius, Joel Torre, Ronnie Lazaro, Soxy Topacio, and Joel Lamangan Political satire, comedy [45][46]
June 12 Dance of the Steel Bars GMA Films, Portfolio Films International Cesar Apolinario (Director), Marnie Manicad (Director); Dingdong Dantes, Patrick Bergin, Joey Paras, Ricky Davao, Thou Reyes, and Mon Confiado Drama, dance [47][48]
June 19 Bangungot1 ATG Entertainment Production Jun Pereira (Director); Empress Schuck, Joross Gamboa, Kiray Celis, Nikolai Andico, and Francis Lopez Horror [49]
Kapit sa Patalim1 EFB Film Productions Lao G. Mira (Director); Melissa Mendez, Marvin Yap, Aldrico Padilla Drama [50][51]
June 26 Four Sisters and a Wedding Star Cinema Cathy Garcia-Molina (Director); Angel Locsin, Toni Gonzaga, Bea Alonzo, Shaina Magdayao, Enchong Dee, Coney Reyes, Sam Milby, Angeline Quinto, Carmi Martin, Boboy Garovillo, Janus del Prado, and Bernard Palanca Drama, comedy [52][53]

July–September[edit]

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Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
July 3 My Lady Boss GMA Films, Regal Films Jade Castro (Director); Marian Rivera, Richard Gutierrez, Tom Rodriguez, Rocco Nacino, Matet de Leon, Benjie Paras, Maricel Laxa, Pinky Amador, Jackielou Blanco, Sandy Andolong, and Ronaldo Valdez Romance, comedy, drama [54]
July 17 Tuhog1 Skylight Films Veronica Velasco (Director); Eugene Domingo, Leo Martinez, Enchong Dee, Empress Schuck, Jake Cuenca, Manuel Chua, and Nikki Valdez Dark comedy [55][56]
Boy Kabayo1 Silverline Multimedia G.A. Villafuerte (Director); Marco Ronquillo, Kael Reyes, Lang Lopez, John Park, Ahvie Cojuangco, Paolo Salvatierra, Marion Barrera, and Yohan Villacorta Adult, drama [57]
July 24 Daniel Rapido1 RQC Production Dyzal M. Damun (Director); Fernando Caribio Jr., Iwa Moto, Roi Vinzon, Raiza Ruiz, Joel Ortega, Danny Labra, and Eddie Tuazon Action, drama [58]
July 262 Ekstra: The Bit Player1 Quantum Films Jeffrey Jeturian (Director) Zig Dulay (Screenplay), Antoinette Jadaone (Screenplay), Jeffrey Jeturian(Screenplay); Vilma Santos, Marlon Rivera, Vincent de Jesus, Ruby Ruiz, and Tart Carlo Comedy, drama [59]
August 142 [60][61]
July 26 Amor y Muerte1 ATG Entertainment Production Ces M. Evangelista (Director); Althea Vega, Markki Stroem, Adrian Sebastian, Kuya Manzano, Amable Quiambao, Mico Palanca, RS Francisco, Moises Magisa, Lotlot Bustamante, and Chandy Rogel Historic, drama [62]
Sana Dati1 Metric Films Jerrold Tarog (Director), Ramon Ukit (Screenplay); Paulo Avelino, Lovi Poe, Benjamin Alves, Ria Garcia, and TJ Trinidad Romance, drama [63][64]
Porno1 Phoenix Features, CMB Film Services Inc. Adolfo B. Alix Jr. (Director), Ralston Jover (Screenplay); Angel Aquino, Carlo Aquino, Rosanna Roces, and Yul Servo Drama [65]
Liars1 Teamwork Film Productions Gil M. Portes (Director), Senedy Que (Screenplay); Alessandra de Rossi, Jan Harley Hicana, John Michael Bonapos, Cris Villanueva, Richard Quan, Jim Rocky Tangco, Sue Prado, Dax Alejandro, and Arnold Reyes Sports, drama [66]
July 27 Babagwa1 Quantum Films, Kalalangan Kamaru Jason Paul Laxamana (Director); Alex Vincent Medina, Joey Paras, Alma Concepcion, Kiko Matos, Nico Antonio, Chanel Latorre, Marx Topacio, Raqs Regalado, Garry Lim, and Sunshine Teodoro Drama [67]
David F.1 Cinemalaya Foundation Quester Hannah, Sid Lucero, Art Acuña, Rocky Salumbides, Mitch Valdez, Shamaine Buencamino, Anita Linda, and Eula Valdez Historic, drama [68]
Debosyon1 Voyage Studios Alvin Yapan (Director); Paulo Avelino, Mara Lopez, Ramona Rañeses, and Roy B. Dominguiano Fantasy, drama [69]
Instant Mommy1 Kris Aquino Production, Quantum Films Leo Abaya (Director); Eugene Domingo, Yuki Matsuzaki, Luis Alandy, Rico J. Puno, Shamaine Buencamino, Tuesday Vargas, and Nicco Manalo Comedy [70]
Nuwebe1 One Big Fight Productions, Monoxide Works Joseph Israel M. Laban (Director); Barbara Miguel, Jake Cuenca, Nadine Samonte, Anita Linda, Manny Castañeda, Archie Adamos, Renaissance Tuason, Mikael Liwag, Isadora Villasquez, Renerich Ocon, Mariah Fernandez, Blair Arellano, and Derick Cabrido Drama [71]
Purok 71 Cinemalaya Foundation Carlo Obispo (Director); Krystle Valentino, Miggs Cuaderno, Arnold Reyes, Angeli Bayani, Julian Trono, Carlon Matobato, and Sheenly Vee Gener Drama, comedy [72]
Quick Change1 Found Films Eduardo Roy Jr. (Director and Screenplay); Mimi Juareza, Jun-Jun Quitana, Miggs Cuaderno, Francine Garcia, Natashia Yumi, Filipe Martinez, Rolando Inocencio, and Sashi Giggle Drama [73]
Rekorder1 Filmex, PelikulaRed Mikhail Red (Director and Screenplay), Ian Victoriano (Screenplay); Ronnie Quizon, Mike Lloren, Buboy Villar, Earl Ignacio, Suzette Ranillo, Belinda Mariano, Lowell Conales, Joe Gruta, Archie Adamos, and Abe Pagtama Drama [74]
The Diplomat Hotel1 Quantum Films Christopher Ad Castillo (Director); Gretchen Barretto, Art Acuña, Mon Confiado, Joel Torre, and Nico Antonio Horror, drama [75]
Transit1 TEN17P Hannah Espia (Director); Jasmine Curtis Smith, Ping Medina, Irma Adlawan, Mercedes Cabral, and Marc Justine Alvarez Drama [76]
July 31 Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? Star Cinema Joyce Bernal (Director); Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Ramon Bautista, Kean Cipriano, Mylene Dizon, Freddie Webb, Tonton Gutierrez, and EJ Jallorina Comedy, romance, drama [77][78]
August 7 Raketeros Heaven's Best Entertainment, Star Cinema Randy Santiago (Director); Herbert Bautista, Dennis Padilla, Long Mejia, Andrew E., Ogie Alcasid, Joey Marquez, Mark Gil, Sam Pinto, Ryan Bang, Wendy Valdez, and RR Enriquez Comedy [79][80]
August 14 Ang Mundo sa Panahon ng Bakal1 Sampaybakod Productions, Cinelarga Mes De Guzman (Director, Writer); Jess Evardone, Japo Escobedo, Abdul John Candelario, Japo Escobedo, and Abdul John Candelario Drama [81]
August 21 Ang Huling Henya Viva Films, MVP Pictures, Simple Truth Productions Marlon Rivera (Director); Rufa Mae Quinto, Edgar Allan Guzman, Candy Pangilinan, Ayen Laurel, DJ Durano, Robert Seña, Kean Cipriano, and Ricci Chan Apocalyptic, comedy, sci-fi, action [82][83]
August 28 On the Job Star Cinema, Reality Entertainment Erik Matti (Director and Writer) Michiko Yamamoto (Writer); Piolo Pascual, Gerald Anderson, Joel Torre, Joey Marquez, Michael de Mesa, Leo Martinez, Angel Aquino, Vivian Velez, Shaina Magdayao, William Martinez, Rayver Cruz, and Empress Schuck Action, crime, thriller, drama [84]
September 4 Talamak Renaissance Entertainment Arturo San Agustin (Director); Lovi Poe, Felix Roco, Jaclyn Jose, Roi Vinzon, Jeffrey Santos, Aleck Bovick, Sunshine Garcia, and Rez Cortez Drama [85]
September 11 Sonata1, 3 Ruby's Arms Peque Gallaga (Director), Lore Reyes (Director); Cherie Gil, Chart Motus, Joshua Pineda, Chino Jalandoni, Madeleine Gallaga, Dante Amaguin, Angel Lobaton, Tanya Lopez, and Richard Gomez Drama [86][87]
Lihis1, 3 BG Productions International Joel Lamangan (Director), Ricky Lee (Writer); Jake Cuenca, Joem Bascon, Isabelle Daza, Lovi Poe, Gloria Diaz, Raquel Villavicencio, Jaime Pebanco, Tony Mabesa, and Lloyd Samartino Historical, drama [88][89]
Lauriana1, 3 BG Productions International Mel Chionglo (Director), Ricardo Lee (Screenplay); Bangs Garcia, Allen Dizon, Victor Basa, Adrian Cabido, J.C. Parker, Rich Asuncion, and Anna Luna Drama [90][91]
Ano ang Kulay ng mga Nakalimutang Pangarap?1, 3 Largarista Entertainment Joey Reyes (Director); Rustica Carpio, Angel Aquino, Ryan Agoncillo, and Bobby Andrews Drama [92][93]
Bamboo Flowers1, 3 Productions 56 Maryo J. De Los Reyes (Director); Ruru Madrid, Mylene Dizon, Max Collins, Yogo Singh, Orlando Sol, Irma Adlawan, Spanky Manikan, and Diva Montelaba Drama [94][95]
Tag-araw ni Twinkle1, 3 Teamwork Productions Gil M. Portes (Director); Ellen Adarna, Dominic Roco, Rina Reyes, Pinky Amador, Marc Aqueza, Annica Dolonius, Benjie Felipe, Jess Evardone and Lester Llansang Drama [96][97]
Otso1, 3 Philippine Stagers Foundation Elwood Perez (Director); Vince Tañada, Vangie Labalan, Jordan Ladra, Cindy Liper, Gabby Bautista, Chris Lim, Kevin Posadas,Art Gabrentina, Cherry Bagtas, Patrick Libao, Jun Urbano, and Anita Linda Political, drama [98][99]
September 13 Badil1, 3 Waray Republik Chito S. Roño (Director), Rody Vera (Writer); Jhong Hilario, Dick Israel, Nikki Gil, Yayo Aguila, Mercedes Cabral, and Ronnie Quizon Political, thriller, drama [100][101][102]
September 14 Tinik1, 3 Red Sun Production Romy Suzara (Director), Raymond Diamzon (Screenplay), Emmanuel H. Borlaza (Screenplay); Ricardo Cepeda, Lemuel Pelayo, Alexis Navarro, Bembol Roco, Lance Raymundo, Angeli Bayani, and Menggie Cobarrubias Drama [103]
Bahay ng Lagim1, 3 Film Development Council of the Philippines Celso Ad. Castillo (Director); Victoria Haynes, Jaclyn Jose, Ronnie Lazaro, Bing Loyzaga, Karel Marquez, and Lovely Rivero Drama [100][104]
September 18 Momzillas Star Cinema, Viva Films Wenn V. Deramas (Director); Maricel Soriano, Eugene Domingo, Billy Crawford, Andi Eigenmann, Joey Paras, Candy Pangilinan, Divina Valencia, Luz Valdez, and Mel Martinez Comedy [105]
September 18 Ang Kwento Ni Mabuti1 CineFilipino, Cinelarga, Sampaybakod Productions Mes De Guzman (Director); Nora Aunor, Ama Quiambao, Arnold Reyes, Sue Prado, Mara Lopez, Josefina Estabillo, and Trinity Aragon Drama [106][107][108]
Huling Chacha ni Anita1 CineFilipino, Pixeleyes Multimedia, Ekweytormc Sigrid Andrea Bernardo (Director), Diwa de Leon (Music); Teri Malvar, Len-Len Frial, Solomon de Guzman, Angel Aquino, Lui Manansala, Marcus Madrigal Drama [106][109]
Ang Pabo Man ay Turkey Rin1 CineFilipino Randolph Longjas (Director), Ronald Allan Habon (Writer); Tuesday Vargas, Travis Kraft, JM De Guzman, Julia Clarete, Cai Cortez, Comedy [106][110]
Puti1 CineFilipino Mike Alcazaren (Director); Ian Veneracion, Jasmine Curtis, Lauren Young, Bryan Pagala, and Leo Rialp Psychological thriller, drama [106][111]
Mga Alaala ng Tag-ulan1 CineFilipino Ato Bautista (Director); Akihiro Blanco, Mocha Uson, Issa Litton, Lance Raymundo Pio Balbuena, and Mon Confiado Drama [106][112]
Bingoleras1 CineFilipino Ron Bryant (Director); Eula Valdez, Charee Pineda, Lisa Dino, Mercedes Cabral, Hazel Orencio, Max Eigenmann, Lou Veloso, Art Acuña, Cita Astals, Junjun Quintana, Angie Ferro, Angelina Kanapi, Ieth Inolino, Paolo Cabanero, Kiko Matos, and Ian Lomongo Comedy [106][113][114]
The Guerrilla is a Poet1 CineFilipino, Kino Arts Kiri Dalena (Director), Sari Raissa Lluch Dalena (Director); Anthony Falcon, Bong Cabrera, R.K. Bagatsing, Chanel Latorre, Lehner Mendoza Historical, docudrama [106][115]
The Muses1 CineFilipino Janice Perez (Director); Kitchie Nadal, Marvene Rom Munda, Janelle Jamer, Chicoy Romualdez Drama [106][116]

October–December[edit]

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Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
October 2 Kung Fu Divas Reality Entertainment, The O&Co. Picture Factory Onat Diaz (Director, Writer, Screenplay); Ai Ai delas Alas, Marian Rivera, Roderick Paulate, Gloria Diaz, Edward Mendez, Nova Villa, Ruffa Gutierrez, Martin Escudero, Roy Alvarez, Precious Lara Quigaman, and Bianca Manalo Fantasy, comedy, action [117][118]
October 3 Gaydar1 Vim Yapan-Alem Chua Productions, Quantum Films Alvin Yapan (Director, Writer), Alemberg Ang (Producer); Pauleen Luna, Tom Rodriguez, Rafael Rosell, Benedict Campos, Johnron Tañada, Olive Nieto, and Dennis Marasigan Comedy [119][120]
Hello, World1 Punch Kick Joel Ferrer (Director); Victor Medina, Reuben Uy, Trixie Dauz, Cesca Lee, Pen Medina, Regine Palma, and Philippe Quintos Comedy [120][121]
Lucas Nino1 Peliculas Los Otros John Torres (Director); Cheeno Dalog Ladera, and Edilberto Marcelino Drama [120][122]
October 9 Metro Manila Chocolate Frog Films Sean Ellis (Director); Jake Macapagal, Althea Vega, John Arcilla Crime, drama [123]
October 16 She's the One Star Cinema Mae Cruz (Director), Vanessa Valdez (Writer); Bea Alonzo, Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil, Maricar Reyes, Liza Soberano, Perla Bautista, Pinky Amador, Tony Mabesa, RS Francisco, Guji Lorenzana, Coleen Garcia, Daniel Matsunaga, LJ Reyes, and Erika Padilla Comedy, romance, drama [124][125][126]
October 23 Bekikang Viva Films Wenn V. Deramas (Director); Joey Paras, Tom Rodriguez, JM Ibañez, Tirso Cruz III, Carla Humphries, Janice de Belen, Atak Arana, Lassy Marquez, and Nikki Valdez Comedy, drama [127]
November 6 Status: It's Complicated Regal Films Chris Martinez (Director, Writer) Jose Carreon (Screenplay); Eugene Domingo, Jake Cuenca, Paulo Avelino, Solenn Heussaff, Maja Salvador, Clarence Delgado, RR Enriquez, Beatriz Saw, RR Enriquez, Lovi Poe, Marx Topacio, and Madz Nicolas Comedy [128]
Sapi Centerstage Productions, Solar Entertainment Brillante Mendoza (Director), Henry Burgos (Screenplay); Baron Geisler, Meryll Soriano, and Dennis Trillo Horror [129]
November 12 Kabisera1 Reality Entertainment Borgy Torre (Director), Vicente Garcia Groyon (Writer); Joel Torre, Arthur Acuña, Ketchup Eusebio, Bernard Palanca, Bing Pimentel, and Meryll Soriano Action, thriller [130][131]
Woman of the Ruins1 Kino Arts Alessandra de Rossi, Arthur Acuña, Chanel Latorre, Elizabeth Oropesa, Peque Gallaga, Joe Gruta, and Moises Magisa Drama [132]
Philippino Story1 None Benji Garcia (Director, Writer, Screenplay); Mark Gil, Jun Jun Quintana, Nor Domingo, Kimmy Maclang, and Rolando Inocencio Drama [133]
Shift1 Outpost Visual Frontier Siege Ledesma (Director, Writer); Yeng Constantino, Felix Roco, Matthew Valeña, Alex Medina, Romance, drama [134]
Alamat ni China Doll1 Phoenix Features Angelica Panganiban, Phillip Salvador, Cesar Montano, Anita Linda, Allan Paule, Carlo Aquino, Evelyn Vargas, Cherry Pie Picache, and Yul Servo Drama [135]
Saturday Night Chills1 None Ian Loreños (Director); David Chua, Rayver Cruz, Matteo Guidicelli, and Joseph Marco Drama [136]
Bendor1 Epicmedia, Bigtop Media Productions Ralston Jover (Director), Marizaly J. Quitania (Writer); Vivian Velez, Evelyn Vargas, Simon Ibarra, Sue Prado, and Lester Llansang Drama [137]
Angustia1 Cine Rinconada Khristian Cordero (Director, Writer); Alex Medina, Maria Isabel Lopez, Jazmin Llana, Victor Loquias, Michelle Smith, and Frank Peñones Jr. Drama [138]
Islands1 FFF, Outpost Visual Frontier Whammy Alcazaren (Director, Writer, Screenplay); Luis Alandy, Benjamin Alves, Meryll Soriano, Peque Gallaga, Irma Adlawan, and Marita Zobel Science fiction, drama [139]
Bukas na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na1 Barong Tagalog, Hubert Bals Fund Jet Leyco (Director, Writer), Norman Wilwayco (Writer); Raul Morit, Lemuel Silvestre, Maria Veronica Santiago, Jack Yabut, Dan De Guzman, and Hector Macaso Drama [140]
Riddles of My Homecoming1 BordWerkz Productions, Hyde Out Entertainment Arnel Mardoquio (Director, Writer); Fe GingGing Hyde, Perry Dizon, Madz Garcia, Jeff Sabayle, and Jillian Khayle Barbarona Drama [141]
Blue Bustamante1 Creative Programs, Punch Kick Miko Livelo (Director, Writer), John Elbert Ferrer (Writer); Joem Bascon, Dimples Romana, Jhiz Deocareza, Gerard Go, Hirohisa Nakamura, Jun Sabayton, and Mari Koduka Comedy [142]
Iskalawags1 Deligero & Co. Keith Deligero (Director, Writer, Screenplay); Gale Osorio (Writer, Screenplay); Kerwin Otida, Reynaldo Formentera, Windel Otida, Johnreil Lunzaga, Joriel Lunzaga, and Micko Maurillo Drama [143]
Pagbabalat ng Ahas1 None Timmy Harn (Director, Writer), Pamela Miras (Writer); Mervyn Brondial, Kay Conlu-Brondial, Karl Sebastian Sanchez, Roxlee, and Charles Aaron Salazar Drama [144]
Sitio1 Cinelarga, Colorista Mes De Guzman (Director, Writer); John Prats, Ria Garcia, Arnold Reyes, R.K. Bagatsing, Anja Aguilar, and Biboy Ramirez Drama [145]
November 27 When the Love Is Gone Viva Films, Multivision Pictures Andoy Ranay (Director), Keiko Aquino (Writer, Screenplay); Cristine Reyes, Gabby Concepcion, Alice Dixson, Andi Eigenmann, and Jake Cuenca Romance, drama [146]
Call Center Girl Star Cinema, Skylight Films Don Cuaresma (Director); Pokwang, Enchong Dee, Jessy Mendiola, John Lapus, Ejay Falcon, K Brosas, Chokoleit, Arron Villaflor, Ogie Diaz, Alex Castro, Dianne Medina, and Natasha Cabrera Comedy, drama [147][148]
December 11 Morgue Digimar Films Joven Tan (Director); Mark Herras, Bugoy Cariño, Rich Asuncion, J.C. Parker, Anita Linda, Ronnie Lazaro, and Robert Villar Horror, drama [149]
December 18 Ang Misis ni Meyor Eightfold Path Cinema Archie Del Mundo (Director); Marife Necesito, Angie Ferro, Marco Morales, Joem Bascon, Miles Canapi, Maria Isabel Lopez, and Julio Diaz Drama [150]
December 18 Ang Maestra1 Pixel Works Enterprise, Scenema Concept International Joven Tan (Director, Writer); Perla Bautista, Vaness del Moral, Jenine Desiderio, Dexter Doria, Mel Kimura, and Lui Manansala Drama [151][152]
Dukit1 Center Stage Productions Armando Lao (Director), Honie Alipio (Writer); Willy Layug, Raquel Villavicencio, Bor Ocampo, Bambalito Lacap, Thea Lelay, Rhea Lim, Mark Joseph Griswold, and Grace Martinez Drama [152][153]
Saka-Saka1 Cinebro Toto Natividad (Director); Ejay Falcon, Joseph Marco, Toby Alejar, Mon Confiado, Baron Geisler, and Gigi Locsin Action, drama [154][155]
Island Dreams1 Kenau Pictures Production Aloy Adlawan (Director), Gino M. Santos (Director), Aloy Adlawan (Writer); Louise delos Reyes, Alexis Petitprez, Irma Adlawan, Chanel Latorre, Natasha Villaroman, Hector Macaso, Junar Vidal, and Ronaldo Baxafra Romance, comedy [152]
Mga Anino ng Kahapon1 Vim Yapan-Alem Chua Productions Alvin Yapan (Director, Writer); Agot Isidro, TJ Trinidad, Carlo Cruz, Carl Acosta, and Upeng Galang-Fernandez Drama [152]
December 21 How to Disappear Completely1 Cinematografica, Hubert Bals Fund Shamaine Buencamino, Noni Buencamino, Ness Roque, Ronnie Martinez, and Abner Delina Horror [156]
Boogie1 None Rommel Tolentino (Director) Drama [157]
December 25 Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy Star Cinema, Viva Films Wenn V. Deramas (Director), Alyz Henrich (Screenplay); Vice Ganda, Maricel Soriano, Joey Marquez, Ruffa Gutierrez, Cristine Reyes, JC De Vera, Ejay Falcon, Kiray Celis, and Xyriel Manabat Comedy [158][159]
My Little Bossings OctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions, APT Entertainment, Kris Aquino Productions Marlon Rivera (Director), Bibeth Orteza (Screenplay); Vic Sotto, Kris Aquino, Ryzza Mae Dizon, Bimby Aquino-Yap, Jaclyn Jose, Aiza Seguerra, Jose Manalo, Paolo Ballesteros, and Barbie Forteza Comedy [160][161]
Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel Spring Films, MJM Productions, Quantum Films Chris Martinez (Director, Writer); Eugene Domingo, Sam Milby, Ariel Ureta, Miriam Quiambao, Moi Bien, Mura, Joel Torre, Angel Aquino, Kiray Celis, Dawn Zulueta, Lovi Poe, and Benjamin Alves Comedy, action [162][163]
Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay Star Cinema, Regal Films Frasco S. Mortiz (Director), Joel Mercado (Writer, Screenplay); Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, Shaina Magdayao, Paulo Avelino, Clarence Delgado, Matet de Leon, Janus del Prado, Miles Ocampo, CJ Navato Michelle Vito, Dominic Roque, Dominic Ochoa, and Manuel Chua Horror, drama [164][165]
10,000 Hours Philippine Film Studios Inc. Joyce Bernal (Director), Ryllah Epifania Berico (Writer), Keiko Aquino (Writer); Robin Padilla, Bela Padilla, Pen Medina, Joem Bascon, Michael de Mesa, Mylene Dizon, Alden Richards, and Carla Humphries Action, drama [166][167]
Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir Wings Entertainment Francis O. Villacorta (Producer-Writer-Director) Rocco Nacino, Christian Vasquez, Jestoni Alarcon, Ryan Eigenmann, Robert Correa, Victor Basa, Carlo Gonzales, Andrew Schimmer, Arthur Solinap, and Mico Palanca Biographical, drama [168]
Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill, the Arturo Porcuna Story Scenema Concept International, Inc. Chito S. Roño (Director), Catherine O. Camarillo (Screenplay), Guelan Varela-Luarca (Screenplay); Jeorge Estregan, KC Concepcion, Joem Bascon, John Estrada, Tony Razon, Tonton Gutierrez, Leo Martinez, Gloria Sevilla, Eddie Garcia, Jhong Hilario, Baron Geisler, Roi Vinzon, and John Lapus Action, drama [169]
Kaleidoscope World iAct Productions Liza Cornejo (Director); Sef Cadayona, Yassi Pressman, Mayton Eugenio, Alma Concepcion, Alireza Libre, Pilar Pilapil, Arnold Reyes, Brylle Mondejar, and William Angeles Dance, drama [170]
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v ww x y z aa bb cc dd ee ff gg hh ii jj kk ll mm nn oo pp qq rr ss tt uu vv ww xx yy zz aaa bbb ccc ddd eee fff ggg hhh iii jjj kkk lll mmm nnn ooo ppp qqq rrr Film is an independently-produced film.
  2. ^ a b July 26 is Ekstra: The Bit Player's festival screening. August 14 is the film's commercial release nationwide.[171]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j All ten Sineng Pambansa films had an extended run from October 11 until October 17, 2013. Previously, the ten films were screened from September 11 to September 17, 2013.[172]

Awards ceremonies[edit]

These awards were given in 2014 for the film produced and made in 2013

Award ceremony Best Picture Best Director Best Actor Best Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Original Screenplay Ref.
62nd FAMAS Awards On the Job Erik Matti
On the Job
Jeorge Estregan
Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill
KC Concepcion
Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill
Pen Medina
10,000 Hours
Bela Padilla
10,000 Hours
Michiko Yamamoto and Erik Matti
On the Job
[173]
37th Gawad Urian Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan Hannah Espia
Transit
Joel Torre
On the Job
Angeli Bayani
Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan
Junjun Quintana Gino Quintana
Philippino Story
Angel Aquino
Ang Huling Cha-Cha ni Anita
Lav Diaz and Rody Vera
Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan
[174]
31st Luna Awards TBA
30th Star Awards Erik Matti
On the Job
Vice Ganda
Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy
KC Concepcion
Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill
Joey Marquez
On the Job
Angel Aquino
Ang Huling Cha-Cha ni Anita
Michiko Yamamoto and Erik Matti
On the Job
[175]
24th Young Critics Circle Awards Porno N/A Best Performer/s

Carlo Aquino
Porno
Jhong Hilario
Badil

Ralston Jover
Porno
16th Gawad Pasado Erik Matti
On the Job
Toni Gonzaga, Bea Alonzo, Angel Locsin, Shaina Magdayao
Four Sisters and a Wedding
[176]
12th Gawad Tanglaw Transit Hannah Espia
Transit
Joel Torre
On the Job
Vilma Santos
Ekstra
Ricky Lee
Lauriana
[177]
11th Golden Screen Awards Hannah Espia
Transit
Joey Paras
, Dance of the Steelbars
Angel Aquino
Ang Huling Cha cha ni Anita
Giancarlo Abrahan, Hannah Espia
Transit
[178]

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