Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Cinematography

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Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Cinematography
Awarded for Best Cinematographer
Country Philippines
Presented by MMDA
First awarded 1975
Currently held by Neil Bion, Seklusyon (2016)
Website www.mmda.gov.ph/mmff/

The Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Cinematography is an award presented annually by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). It was first awarded at the 1st Metro Manila Film Festival ceremony, held in 1975; Nonong Rasca received the award for his cinematography in Kapitan Kulas and it is given to a cinematographer for work in one particular motion picture.[1] Currently, nominees and winners are determined by Executive Committees, headed by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman and key members of the film industry.[2]

Winners and nominees[edit]

1970s[edit]

Year Film Cinematographer(s) Ref
1975
(1st)
Kapitan Kulas Nonong Rasca [1]
1976
(2nd)
Insiang Conrado Baltazar [3]
1977
(3rd)
Mga Bilanggong Birhen Romeo Vitug [4]
1978
(4th)
Atsay Romeo Vitug [5]
1979
(5th)
Ang lihim ng Guadalupe Ben Lobo [6]

1980s[edit]

Year Film Cinematographer(s) Ref
1980
(6th)
Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo Rody Lacap [7]
1981
(7th)
Pagbabalik ng Panday Ver Reyes [8]
1982
(8th)
Himala Sergio Lobo [9]
1983
(9th)
Karnal Manolo Abaya [10]
1984
(10th)
Alapaap Joe Tutanes [11]
1985
(11th)
Paradise Inn Romeo Vitug [12]
1986
(12th)
Payaso Romeo Vitug [13]
1987
(13th)
Anak Badjao Apolinario Cuenco [14]
1988
(14th)
Romeo Vitug [15]
1989
(15th)
Ang Bukas ay Akin Romeo Vitug [16]

1990s[edit]

Year Film Cinematographer(s) Ref
1990
(16th)
Ama Bakit Mo Ako Pinabayaan Pedro Manding [17]
1991
(17th)
Juan Tamad at Mister Shooli sa Mongolian Barbeque (The Movie) Johnny Arajo [18]
1992
(18th)
Takbo, Talon, Tili Arnold Alvaro and Ramon Marcelino [19]
1993
(19th)
Kung Mawawala Ka Pa Romeo Vitug [20]
1994
(20th)
Ang Pagbabalik ni Pedro Penduko Ben Lobo [21][22][23]
1995
(21st)
- - [24]
1996
(22nd)
Magic Temple Joe Tutanes [25]
1997
(23rd)
Magic Kingdom Richard Padernal [26]
1998
(24th)
José Rizal Rody Lacap [27]
1999
(25th)
Muro-ami Rody Lacap [28]

2000s[edit]

Year Film Cinematographer(s) Ref
2000
(26th)
Tanging Yaman Videlle Meily [29]
2001
(27th)
Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure Neil Daza [30]
2002
(28th)
Mano Po Leslie Garchitorena [31]
2003
(29th)
Mano Po 2: My Home J. A. Tadena [32]
2004
(30th)
Panaghoy sa Suba Ely Cruz [33]
2005
(31st)
Exodus: Tales from the Enchanted Kingdom Lyle Sacris [34]
2006
(32nd)
Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di Charlie Peralta [35]
2007
(33rd)
Resiklo Jay Linao [36]
2008
(34th)
Baler Lee Briones-Meily [37]
2009
(35th)
I Love You, Goodbye Lee Briones-Meily [38]
Shake, Rattle & Roll 11 Juan Lorenzo

2010s[edit]

Year Film Cinematographer(s) Ref
2010
(36th)
Rosario Carlo Mendoza [39]
2011
(37th)
Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story Carlo Mendoza [40]
2012
(38th)
Thy Womb Odyssey Flores [41]
2013
(39th)
10,000 Hours Marissa Floirendo [42]
2014
(39th)
Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo Carlo Mendoza [43]
2015
(41st)
Nilalang Pao Orendain [44]
2016
(42nd)
Seklusyon Neil Bion [45]

Multiple awards for Best Cinematography[edit]

Throughout the history of Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), there have been cinematographers who received multiple Awards for Best Cinematography. As of 2015 (41st MMFF), 6 cinematographers have received two or more Best Cinematography awards.

Scriptwriter Record Set First year awarded Recent year awarded
Romeo Vitug 7 1997 1993
Carlo Mendoza 3 2010 2014
Rody Lacap 1980 1999
Lee Briones-Meily 2 2008 2009
Joe Tutanes 1984 1996
Ben Lobo 1979 1994

Notes[edit]


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