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This is an incomplete list of Filipino full-length films, both mainstream and independently produced, released in theaters and cinemas in 2014.

Top ten grossing films[edit]

Rank Film Production outfit Domestic gross1 Source
1. The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin Star Cinema, Viva Films ₱ 455,000,000 (est.) [1]
2. Starting Over Again Star Cinema ₱ 410,188,028 [2]
3. Bride for Rent Star Cinema ₱ 326,958,425 [3]
4. She's Dating the Gangster Star Cinema ₱ 254,426,481 [4]
5. Feng Shui 2 Star Cinema, K Productions ₱ 244,000,000 (est.) [1]
6. English Only, Please Quantum Films ₱ 135,000,000 (est.) [5]
7. Maybe This Time Star Cinema, Viva Films ₱ 134,638,610 [6]
8. Da Possessed Star Cinema, Regal Entertainment ₱ 122,698,866 [7]
9. Diary ng Panget: The Movie Viva Films ₱ 119,534,657 [8]
10. The Gifted Viva Films, MVP Pictures ₱ 78,405,698 [9]
Note
  1. ^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]

January–March[edit]

Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
January 15 Bride for Rent Star Cinema Mae Czarina Cruz (director); Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Pilita Corrales, Tirso Cruz III, and Dennis Padilla Romance, Comedy, Drama [10]
January 22 Mumbai Love Capestone Pictures, Solar Entertainment Corporation Benito Bautista (director); Solenn Heussaff, Kiko Matos, Raymond Bagatsing, Jayson Gainza, Ronnie Lazaro, and Martin Escudero, Reggie Averia Romance, Comedy [11][12]
January 26 Luhod sa Harapan Silver Line Multi-Media Inc. Paul Singh Cudail (director/writer); Nino Abel, Benny Andaya, and Cristy Atienza Drama [13][14]
January 29 Sa Ngalan ng Ama, Ina, at mga Anak RCP Productions, Star Cinema Jon Villarin (director); Robin Padilla, Mariel Rodriguez, Kylie Padilla, Bela Padilla, Daniel Padilla, Mathew Padilla, RJ Padilla, Kiray, Kathryn Bernardo, and Christopher De Leon Action, Drama [15][16][17]
February 12 Starting Over Again Star Cinema Olivia M. Lamasan (director); Piolo Pascual, Toni Gonzaga, and Iza Calzado Romance, Comedy, Drama [18][19]
Basement Coffee House Productions, Springboard Film Productions, GMA Films Topel Lee (director); Ellen Adarna, Enzo Pineda, Sarah Lahbati, Pilita Corrales, Louise delos Reyes, Kristofer Martin, and Teejay Marquez Horror, Suspense-Thriller [20]
February 19 ABNKKBSNPLAko: The Movie Viva Films Mark Meily (director); Jericho Rosales, Andi Eigenmann, and Meg Imperial Comedy [21]
February 26 Third Eye Regal Films Aloy Adlawan (director); Carla Abellana, Alex Vincent Medina, Ejay Falcon, Camille Prats, and Denise Laurel Horror [21][22]
Cattleya: An OFW Story One World Production International Films Joric Raquiza (director); Glaiza de Castro, and Jonalyn Viray Drama [23]
Unfriend Centerstage Productions, Beyond The Box, Solar Entertainment Corporation Joselito Altarejos (director); Angelo Ilagan, Sandino Martin, and Boots Anson-Roa Crime, Romance, Drama [24]
Tatlong Beses Isang Araw: 3 Times A Day AB Pride Production Benny Andaya (director/writer); Nino Abel, Andrew Basco, and Fernan del Valle Drama [25][26]
Kabaro Triple M Entertainment Productions Francis Jun Posadas (director/writer); Mara Lopez, Krista Miller, Marcus Madrigal, and Maria Isabel Lopez Romance [27][28]
Pikyaw Multimedia Arts & Graphics Ensemble Arnold Fuentes (director); Augustus Alolor, Marylour Avila, and Anabel Balane Animation [29]
March 11 Norte, the End of History
*(2014 commercial release)
(limited release)
Kayan Productions, Wacky O Productions Lav Diaz (director); Sid Lucero, Archie Alemania and Angeli Bayani Drama
March 13 Kamandag ni Venus Teknikolour Film Productions Zaldy Damun and Bunch Cortez (directors); Rajah Montero, Apple Angeles, and Rob Sy Horror [30][31]
March 19 Flying Kiss Department of Health, Sinehan Advocacy Media Projects Chris Pablo (director); Carl Guevarra, Wynwyn Marquez, Fabio Ide, Maria Isabel Lopez, and Ate Gay Comedy, Romance, Advocacy [32][33][34]
Mana La Sallian Education Innovators Foundation, Inc. Gabriel Fernandez (director/writer); Fides Cuyugan-Asensio, Tetchie Agbayani, Ricky Davao, Jaime Fabregas, Cherie Gil, Mark Gil, and Epi Quizon Drama, Horror [14][35]

April–June[edit]

Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
April 2 Diary ng Panget Viva Films Andoy Ranay (director); Nadine Lustre, Yassi Pressman, Andre Paras, and James Reid Teen Romance, Comedy [36]
Echoserang Frog Scenema Concepts International Joven Tan (director); Shalala Comedy, Gay Themed [37][38][39]
April 9 Bang Bang Alley Curve Entertainment Inc., Nimbus Film Production Ely Buendia, Yan Yuzon, and King Palisoc (directors); Megan Young, Bela Padilla, Joel Torre, and Art Acuña Crime Anthology [40][41]
DotA: Nakakabaliw Manchester Talent Productions Films Marivic Cuyugan (director), James Matthew, Joyce Ching, Joanna Elle, and Jaypee Adalen Romance, Comedy, E-Sports [42]
April 19 Da Possessed Star Cinema, Regal Entertainment Joyce Bernal (director); Vhong Navarro and Solenn Heussaff Comedy, Horror [43]
May 7 So It's You Regal Entertainment Jun Lana (director), Carla Abellana, Tom Rodriguez, and JC de Vera Drama, Romance, Comedy [44]
Full Moon Lovely Nell Entertainment Dante Pangilinan (director), Derrick Monasterio, and Barbie Forteza Horror, Action, Romance [45]
May 28 Maybe This Time Star Cinema, Viva Films Jerry Lopez-Sineneng (Director); Sarah Geronimo, Coco Martin, and Ruffa Gutierrez Drama, Romance [46][47]
June 11 My Illegal Wife Star Cinema, Skylight Films Tony Y. Reyes (director); Zanjoe Marudo, and Pokwang Romantic Comedy [48]
June 18 Ang Bagong Dugo 3J's Film and Entertainment Production Inc. Val Iglesias (director); Joem Bascon, and Mark Gil Drama [49]
June 30 Last Trip to Paradise MFTWorks Films, Transition Films Archie Del Mundo (director/writer); Allan Ibanez Drama [50]

July–September[edit]

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Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
July 2 Overtime GMA Films Wyncy Ong (director); Richard Gutierrez, and Lauren Young Action, Thriller [51][52][53]
July 3 Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon Sine Olivia Pilipinas Lav Diaz (director); Perry Dizon, Roeder Camañag, Hazel Orencio Drama [54]
July 9 Kamkam Heaven's Best Entertainment Joel Lamangan (director); Jean Garcia, Sunshine Dizon, Lucho Ayala, Rita De Guzman, Allen Dizon, Hiro Peralta, Joyce Ching, and Elizabeth Oropesa Political Drama [55]
July 16 She's Dating the Gangster Star Cinema Cathy Garcia-Molina (director); Kathryn Bernardo, and Daniel Padilla Teen Romantic Comedy-Drama [56]
Magtiwala Ka: A Super Typhoon Yolanda Story Crystal Audio Productions Jovic Raquiza (director); Kevin Mercado, Keanna Reeves, and Andrea del Rosario Inspirational [57]
July 23 Island Dreams
*(2014 commercial release)
Kenau Pictures Production Aloy Adlawan, Gino Santos (directors); Louise delos Reyes, Alexis Petitprez, and Irma Adlawan Romance [58]
July 30 Trophy Wife Viva Films Andoy Ranay (director); Cristine Reyes, Derek Ramsay, Heart Evangelista, and John Estrada Romance, Drama, Thriller [59]
August 2 Asintado Ignacio Films Louie Ignacio (director); Aiko Melendez, Gabby Eigenmann, Rochelle Pangilinan, Jake Vargas, and Miggs Cuaderno Drama, Thriller [60]
Hari ng Tondo Carlos Siguion-Reyna (director); Robert Arevalo, Cris Villonco, Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Aiza Seguerra, and Eric Quizon Drama
Hustisya Likhang Silangan Entertainment Joel Lamangan (director); Nora Aunor, Rocco Nacino, Rosanna Roces, Sunshine Dizon, and Gardo Versoza Drama, Political thriller
The Janitor Mike Tuviera (director); Dennis Trillo, Derek Ramsay, Richard Gomez, and LJ Reyes Action, Thriller
Kasal Joselito Altarejos (director); Arnold Reyes and Oliver Aquino Drama, Romance
#Y Gino Santos (director); Elmo Magalona, Coleen Garcia, Sophie Albert, Kit Thompson, Slater Young, and Chynna Ortaleza Teen Drama
1st ko si 3rd 2 Real Florido (director); Nova Villa, Dante Rivero, and Freddie Webb Drama, Romantic Comedy
Bwaya Francis Xavier Pasion (director); Angeli Bayani Drama
Children's Show Derick Cabrido (director); Allen Dizon, Gloria Sevilla, Buboy Villar and Miggs Cuaderno Drama,
Dagitab Giancarlo Abrahan V (director); Eula Valdez, Noni Buencamino, and Martin del Rosario Romance
K’na, The Dreamweaver Ida Anita del Mundo (director); Mara Lopez, RK Bagatsing, and Alex Vincent Medina Drama
Mariquina Milo Sogueco (director); Mylene Dizon, Ricky Davao, Barbie Forteza, and Kenneth Paul Cruz Drama
Ronda Nick Olanka (director); Ai-Ai de las Alas, Julian Trono, and Carlo Aquino Drama
Separados GB Sampedro (director); Erik Santos, Alfred Vargas, Jason Abalos, Ricky Davao, Anjo Yllana, and Victor Neri Comedy
Sundalong Kanin Janice O'Hara (director); Marc Abaya, and Art Acuña Period Drama
August 6 Once a Princess Skylight Films, Regal Entertainment Laurice Guillen (director); Erich Gonzales, Enchong Dee, and JC de Vera Romance [61]
August 7 Edna Artiste Entertainment Works International Ronnie Lazaro (director); Irma Adlawan Drama [62]
August 13 Barber's Tales APT Entertainment, Octobertrain Films, Hong Kong-Asian Film Financing Jun Lana (director); Eugene Domingo, Eddie Garcia, Iza Calzado, Gladys Reyes, Sharmaine Buencamino, Noni Buencamino, and Sue Prado Drama
August 20 Talk Back and You're Dead Viva Films, Skylight Films Andoy Ranay (director); Nadine Lustre, James Reid, Joseph Marco Teen Romance, Comedy, Action [63]
Somebody to Love Regal Entertainment Joey Reyes (director); Carla Abellana, Matteo Guidicelli, Iza Calzado, Isabelle Daza, and Ella Cruz Romance, Comedy [64][65]
September 3 The Gifted Viva Films Chris Martinez (director); Anne Curtis, Cristine Reyes, and Sam Milby Romantic Comedy [66][67]
September 10 Norte, the End of History
*(2014 commercial release)
(wide release)
Kayan Productions, Origin8 Media Lav Diaz (director); Sid Lucero, Angeli Bayani, Archie Alemania, Soliman Cruz, Mailes Kanapi, Hazel Orencio, and Mae Paner Drama
September 17 Maria Leonora Teresa Star Cinema Wenn Deramas (director); Iza Calzado, Zanjoe Marudo, Jodi Sta. Maria Horror, Drama [68][69]
September 24 Dementia Regal Entertainment, Studio 5 Perci Intalan-Lana (director); Nora Aunor, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Chynna Ortaleza, Yul Servo, Bing Loyzaga, and Althea Vega Horror [70]
September 24 Walang Rape sa Bontok GMA News TV Mark Lester Menor Valle (documentarist) Documentary Film [71]
Mananayaw GMA News TV Rafael Froilan (documentarist) Documentary Film
Gitaristang Hindi Marunong Mag-skala GMA News TV Sigfred Barros-Sanchez (documentarist) Documentary Film
Ang Walang Kapagurang Paglalakbay ng Pulang Maleta GMA News TV Richard Legaspi (documentarist) Documentary Film
Gusto Nang Umuwi Ni Joy GMA News TV Jan Tristan Pandy (documentarist) Documentary Film
Agbalbalitok GMA News TV Ferdinand Balanag (documentarist) Documentary Film
A Trip to Haifa GMA News TV Nawruz Paguidopon (documentarist) Documentary Film
Kung Giunsa Pagbuhat ang Bisayang Chopsuey GMA News TV Charliebebs Gohetia (documentarist) Documentary Film
Migkahi E Si Amey Te, ‘Uli Ki Pad GMA News TV Nef Luczon (documentarist) Documentary Film
Marciano GMA News TV Ivy Universe Baldoza (documentarist) Documentary Film
Komikero Chronicles GMA News TV Keith Sicat (documentarist) Documentary Film
Note
  1. ^2 1st Ko si 3rd was also a QCinema International Film Festival entry film.

October–December[edit]

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Opening Title Production outfit Cast and crew Genre Source
October 1 Ibong Adarna: The Pinoy Adventure Gurion Entertainment Jun Urbano (director); Rocco Nacino, Joel Torre, Angel Aquino, Leo Martinez, Benjie Paras, Ronnie Lazaro, and Pat Fernandez Historical, Fiction [72]
*Hari ng Tondo (commercial release) Reyna Films, Star Cinema Carlos Siguion-Reyna (director); Robert Arevalo, Cris Villonco, Rez Cortez, Rafael Siguion-Reyna, Liza Lorena, Lorenz Martinez, and Aiza Seguerra Drama, Comedy
October 8 Tumbang Preso Spears Activation Company Kip Oebanda (director); Kean Cipriano, Teri Malvar, Ronnie Lazaro, Jaclyn Jose, and Sharmaine Buencamino Suspense, Thriller
*The Janitor (commercial release) APT Entertainment, Star Cinema Mike Tuviera (director); Dennis Trillo, Richard Gomez, Derek Ramsay, Ricky Davao, Irma Adlawan, LJ Reyes, and Raymond Bagatsing Action, Crime
October 15 The Trial Star Cinema Chito S. Roño (director); John Lloyd Cruz, Richard Gomez, Gretchen Barretto, Jessy Mendiola, Sylvia Sanchez, and Enrique Gil Drama, Crime, Thriller
October 22 Dilim Regal Films Jose Javier Reyes (director); Kylie Padilla, Rayver Cruz, Rafael Rosell, Ella Cruz, and Joross Gamboa Horror, Suspense, Thriller
October 29 Beauty in a Bottle Star Cinema, Quantum Films Antoinette Jadaone (director); Angelica Panganiban, Angeline Quinto, Assunta de Rossi, and Tom Rodriguez Comedy, Romance, Satire
October 29 Bacao FDCP Edgardo Vinarao (director); Michelle Madrigal, Arnold Reyes, Marife Necesito Horror
Hukluban FDCP Gil Portes (director); Kiko Matos, and Krista Miller Horror
Sigaw sa Hatinggabi FDCP Romy V. Suzara (director); Regine Angeles, China Roces, Vangie Labalan, and Richard Quan Horror
T'yanak FDCP Peque Gallaga, Lore Reyes (directors); Judy Ann Santos, Solenn Heussaff, Sid Lucero, and Tom Rodriguez Horror
November 5 Moron 5.2: The Transformation Viva Films Wenn V. Deramas (director); Luis Manzano, Billy Crawford, Marvin Agustin, DJ Durano, Matteo Guidicelli, and John Lapus Comedy
November 5 Alienasyon QCinema Arnel Mardoquio (director); Spanky Manikan, Tessie Tomas, Shamaine Buencamino Drama [73]
Cemetery Life QCinema Barbara Politsch (documentarist) Documentary
Nick & Chai QCinema Cha Escala & Wena Sanchez (documentarists) Documentary
Tigbao QCinema M. Bonifacio (director); Lou Veloso, Ronnie Lazaro, Archie Adamos Drama
Tres QCinema Jose Carreon, Edgardo "Boy" Vinarao & William Mayo (directors); Shamaine Buencamino, Menggie Cobarrubias, Mara Lopez Drama
November 9 Bitukang Manok Cinema One Originals Alec Figuracion (director); Ken Anderson, Mara Lopez, Kate Alejandrino, Chino Alfonso, Guji Lorenzana, and Teri Malvar Psychological thriller
Esprit de Corps Cinema One Originals Auraeus Solito (director); Sandino Martin, JC Santos, Lharby Policarpio Drama
Hindi Sila Tatanda Cinema One Originals Malay Javier (director), Kean Cipriano, Mara Lopez, Ketchup Eusebio, Dawn Jimenez Sci-fi, Teen
The Housekeepers Cinema One Originals Paolo O'Hara (director), Jayson Gainza, Katya Santos Comedy, Drama
Lorna Cinema One Originals Sigrid Andrea P. Bernardo (director); Sharmaine Buencamino, Maria Isabel Lopez, Racquel Villavicencio, Lav Diaz, and Felix Roco Drama, Romance
Red Cinema One Originals Jay Abello (director); Jericho Rosales Drama
Seoul Mates Cinema One Originals Nash Ang (director); Mimi Juareza, Kim Ji-soo Romance, Drama
Soap Opera Cinema One Originals Remton Siega Zuasola (director), Lovi Poe, Rocco Nacino Drama
That Thing Called Tadhana Cinema One Originals Antoinette Jadaone (director); Angelica Panganiban, JM de Guzman Romance, Comedy
Violator Cinema One Originals Eduardo Dayao (director); Victor Neri, RK Bagatsing, Anthony Falcon, Joel Lamangan Drama, Horror
November 12 Relaks, It's Just Pag-ibig Spring Films, Star Cinema Irene Villamor & Antoinette Jadaone (directors); Inigo Pascual, Julian Estrada, Sofia Andres, Ericka Villongco, and Smokey Manaloto Teen, Romantic Comedy [74]
*1st Ko si 3rd (commercial release) Cinemalaya Real Florido (director); Nova Villa, Freddie Webb, and Dante Rivero Romance, Comedy [75]
November 26 Past Tense Star Cinema Mae Czarina Cruz (director); Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Ai-Ai de las Alas, Daniel Matsunaga, Melisa Cantiveros Romantic Comedy
December 10 *#Y (commercial release) Star Cinema Gino Santos (director); Elmo Magalona, Coleen Garcia, Kit Thompson, Sophie Albert, and Chynna Ortaleza Teen Drama
December 17 Gemini Blackswan Pictures Ato Bautista (director); Sheena McBride, Brigitte McBride, Mon Confiado Psychological Thriller, Drama
Magkakabaung ATD Entertainment Productions Jason Paul Laxamana (director); Allen Dizon, Gladys Reyes, and Chanel Latorre Drama
M: Mother's Maiden Name Eight Films Zig Dulay (director); Zsa Zsa Padilla, Dennis Padilla, and Nico Antonio Drama
Maratabat Blank Pages Productions Arlyn dela Cruz (director); Ping Medina, Julio Diaz, Kristoffer King Drama
Mulat Dvent Productions Maria Diane Ventura (director); Ryan Eigenmann, Loren Burgos, Jake Cuenca Drama
December 17 Gangster Lolo Cosmic Raven Ventures Productions Willy Mayo (director); Leo Martinez, Boy Alano, Soxie Topacio, Pen Medina, Bembol Roco, and Rez Cortez Comedy, Action [76]
December 25 Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo Philippians Productions & Entertainment Inc., Tuko Film Productions, Buchi Boy Films, and RCP Productions Enzo Williams (director); Robin Padilla, Vina Morales, Daniel Padilla, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Eddie Garcia, Gabby Concepcion, Jericho Rosales, and Isabel Oli Historical, Epic [77]
English Only, Please Quantum Films, Heaven's Best Entertainment Dan Villegas (director); Jennylyn Mercado and Derek Ramsay Romantic Comedy [77]
Feng Shui 2 Star Cinema, K Productions Chito Roño (director); Kris Aquino and Coco Martin Horror, Suspense [77]
Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2 Reality Entertainment, GMA Films and Agostodos Pictures Erik Matti (director); Dingdong Dantes, Isabelle Daza, and Hannah Ledesma Horror, Fantasy, Adventure [77]
Magnum Muslim.357 Scenema Concepts International, Viva Films Jun Posadas (director); E.R. Ejercito and Sam Pinto Action [77]
My Big Bossing Octoarts Films, MZET Productions, APT Entertainment Joyce Bernal, Marlon Rivera, Tony Reyes (directors); Vic Sotto, Ryzza Mae Dizon, Marian Rivera, Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure [77]
The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin Star Cinema, Viva Films Wenn V. Deramas (director); Vice Ganda, Richard Yap, Roderick Paulate, Alex Gonzaga, James "Bimby" Aquino-Yap, Karla Estrada, and Negi Comedy [77]
Shake, Rattle & Roll XV Regal Entertainment Perci Intalan-Lana, Jerrold Tarog, Yam Laranas (directors); Dennis Trillo, Carla Abellana, Matteo Guidicelli, JC de Vera, Erich Gonzales, and John Lapus Horror, Suspense [77]

Awards[edit]

Local[edit]

The following first list shows the Best Picture winners at the four major film awards: FAMAS Awards, Gawad Urian Awards, Luna Awards and Star Awards; and at the three major film festivals: Metro Manila Film Festival, Cinemalaya and Cinema One Originals. The second list shows films with the most awards won from the three major film awards and a breakdown of their total number of awards per award ceremony.

International[edit]

The following list shows Filipino films (released in 2014) which were nominated or won awards at international industry-based awards and FIAPF-accredited competitive film festivals.

Award/Festival Category Nominee Result Ref.
8th Asian Film Awards Best Actress Eugene Domingo, Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber's Tales) Nominated [84]
9th Asian Film Awards Best Director Lav Diaz, Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon (From What Is Before) Nominated [85]
8th Asia Pacific Screen Awards Best Performance by an Actress Nora Aunor, Hustisya (Justice) Nominated [86]
Best Screenplay Giancarlo Abrahan, Dagitab (Sparks) Nominated
9th Asia Pacific Screen Awards Best Performance by an Actress Shamaine Buencamino, Lorna Nominated [87]
2nd ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards Best Actor Allen Dizon, Magkakabaung Nominated [88]
Best Supporting Actor Nico Antonio, Red Nominated
Best Film Photography Bernard Dacanay, Red Nominated
67th Locarno Film Festival Golden Leopard Lav Diaz, Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon (From What Is Before) Won [89]
26th Tokyo International Film Festival Best Actress Eugene Domingo, Mga Kuwentong Barbero (Barber's Tales) Won [90]

See also[edit]

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