Chito S. Roño

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Chito S. Roño
Born
Chito S. Roño (Chito S. Roño Veloso)

(1954-04-26) April 26, 1954 (age 64)
Other namesSixto Kayko, Chito S.Rono Master Director
Occupationdirector, writer. TV Director
Years active1986–present
Known forNarito Ang Puso Ko, Separada, Private Show, Laro Sa Baga, Babae Sa Bintana, Bata Bata Paano Ka Ginawa? Feng Shui, Sukob,and Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara (1995 Remake) The Healing, The Ghost Bride Etiquette For Mistresses and Spirit Warriors franchise

Chito S. Roño (born April 26, 1954), also known as Sixto Kayko, is a Filipino writer, film producer and film director known for his expansive vision and special-effects-heavy films, most notably Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure (2001) for which he won the Metro Manila Film Festival for best director.[1] He is also known for his 1997 film Nasaan ang Puso which earned him his first MMFF for best director.

Filmography and Personal Life[edit]

From 1986 to present Chito Saldana Veloso Roño or Sixto Kayko or Chito S Roño is a Critically Acclaimed Film Director

Film Director[edit]

Television Director[edit]

Year Title Network
2004 Spirits ABS-CBN
2007 Mars Ravelo's Lastikman ABS-CBN
2010 Magkano Ang Iyong Dangal? ABS-CBN
2011 Imortal ABS-CBN
2013 Maria Mercedes ABS-CBN

Writer[edit]

Film Producer[edit]

  • Hula (2011)

Film Editor[edit]

  • Itanong Mo sa Buwan (1988)

Awards[edit]

Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
1997 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Director Nasaan ang Puso? Won
2001 Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure Won
Best Original Story (with Roselle Monteverde-Teo and Roy Iglesias) Won
Best Screenplay (with Roy Iglesias) Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Capino, Jose B. (November 10, 2010). Dream Factories of a Former Colony: American Fantasies, Philippine Cinema. U of Minnesota Press. pp. 89–. ISBN 978-0-8166-6972-1. Retrieved May 8, 2011.

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