1980 Metro Manila Film Festival
|1980 Metro Manila Film Festival|
|Date||December 25, 1980to January 3, 1981|
|Best Picture||Taga Sa Panahon|
|Most awards||Brutal, Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo, Langis at Tubig and Taga Sa Panahon (2)|
The 6th Metro Manila Film Festival was held in 1980.
Fernando Poe, Jr. had his first Panday film, the undisputed top grosser of the festival; Nora Aunor had two entries: Lino Brocka's Bona and Laurice Guillen's Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo; Vilma Santos came up with Danny Zialcita's Langis at Tubig; Amy Austria in Marilou Diaz-Abaya's Brutal. Other entries were Basag with Alma Moreno, Taga Sa Panahon with Christopher De Leon and Bembol Roco, and three comedy films: Tembong with Nino Muhlach, Kape't Gatas with Chiquito and Julie Vega, and Dang-Dong with Andrea Bautista (daughter of Ramon Revilla, Sr.).
The Festival's Best Picture was awarded to Premiere Productions' Taga sa Panahon. The awards were spread equally and the category for Best Child Performer was first introduced in this year received by Julie Vega.
|Basag||Mat Ranillo III, Vivian Velez, Alma Moreno||Showbiz||Van Ludor|
|Bona||Nora Aunor, Phillip Salvador||NV Productions||Lino Brocka|
|Brutal||Amy Austria, Gina Alajar, Jay Ilagan||Bancom Audiovision||Marilou Diaz-Abaya|
|Dang-Dong||Susan Valdez, Eddie Garcia, George Estregan, Andrea Bautista||Imus Productions||Efren Pinon|
|Kape't Gatas||Chiquito, Julie Vega||Larry Santiago Productions||Ric Santiago|
|Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo||Nora Aunor, Christopher de Leon, Rollie Quizon||Lea Productions||Laurice Guillen|
|Langis at Tubig||Vilma Santos, Dindo Fernando, Amy Austria||Sining Silangan||Danny L. Zialcita|
|Ang Panday||Fernando Poe, Jr., Liz Alindogan, Paquito Diaz, Max Alvarado, Lito Anzures, Bentot, Jr.||FPJ Productions||Ronwaldo Reyes|
|Taga sa Panahon||Christopher De Leon, Bembol Roco, Chanda Romero, Cherie Gil, Suzette Ranillo, Michael de Mesa||Premiere Productions||Augusto Buenaventura|
|Tembong||Niño Muhlach, Ricky Belmonte, Boots Anson-Roa, Azenth Briones, Eddie Garcia||D'Wonder Films||J. Erastheo Navoa|
Winners and nominees
|Best Film||Best Director|
|Best Actor||Best Actress|
|Best Sound Engineering||Best Cinematography|
|Best Music||Best Story|
|Best Screenplay||Best Child Performer|
|2||Taga Sa Panahon|
|Langis at Tubig|
|Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo|
Second Golden Age of Philippine film
The period of the Philippine film's artistic accomplishment begins in 1975 (three years after Ferdinand Marcos' declaration of Martial Law) and ending in the February 1986 People Power Revolution where Marcos lost his power. Nora Aunor's Bona and Himala in 1980 and 1982 respectively (both official entries of MMFF) achieves to represent the period where the accomplishments of two government institutions contributed to the emergence of New Cinema in the 1970s and 1980s. Her films are cinematically accomplished despite being politically engaged films, and the MMFF is able to make these films flourish during this period.
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- "Metro Manila Film Festival: Awards for 1980". Internet Movie Database.
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- Kim, Youna (2012). Women and the Media in Asia: The Precarious Self. Macmillan Publishers Limited: England. Print.
1979 Metro Manila Film Festival
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