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|Location||Quezon City, Philippines|
|Hosted by|| Cinema One |
|No. of films||15|
|Language||Filipino and/or other Philippine languages|
The Cinema One Originals Film Festival, a division of ABS-CBN Films commonly known as Cinema One Originals, is an independent film festival in the Philippines held annually in the month of November in Quezon City. Its primary goal is to showcase the diverse talent and voices of Filipino film makers. The film festival is produced by Cinema One, a cable television network owned by ABS-CBN Corporation.
The film entries are split into two categories, Plus and Currents, based on the films' marketability.From the scripts submitted to the screening committee, five films are granted two million pesos each for the Cinema One Plus category while ten films are granted one million pesos each for the Cinema One Currents category. The selection is based on the quality of scripts and presentation of the film makers.
The film festival ran from July 29–31, 2005. The following films selected for 2005 Competition:
|Anak ng Tinapa||Jon Red||China Conjuanco, Forsythe Cordero, Soliman Cruz, Ryan Eigenmann|
|Ang Anak ni Brocka||Sigried Barros-Sanchez||Gina Alajar, Phillip Salvador, Bembol Roco, Jaclyn Jose|
|Dilim||Topel Lee||Mario Magallona, Rica Peralejo, Emilio Garcia, Archie Adamos|
|Sandalang Bahay||Mark Gary||Albert Martinez, Adriana Agcaoili, Madeleine Nicolas, Tala Santos|
|Sa North Diversion Road||Dennis Marasigan||John Arcilla, Irma Adlawan, Madeleine Nicolas|
|Sitak||Liza Cornejo||Carlo Arejola, Angeli Bayani, Daniella Cornejo, Gerry Cornejo|
The film festival ran from November 24–26, 2006. The following films selected for 2006 Competition:
|Huling Balyan ng Buhi||Sherad Anthony Sanchez||Ronald Arguelles, Jelieta Mariveles-Ruca, Marilyn Roque, Jun Lizada|
|Metlogs||Cris Pablo||Paolo Ballesteros, Tyrone Perez, Marky Lopez, Chokoleit, K Brosas|
Wilfred Allen Galila
|Chin Chin Gutierrez, Raymond Bagatsing, Andre Tiangco, Vangie Labalan|
|Raket ni Nanay||Lawrence Fajardo||Mark Gil, Sarsi Emmanuelle, Archie Adamos, Rolando Inocencio|
|Rekados||Paolo Herras||Meryll Soriano, Eula Valdez, Boots Anson-Roa, Ana Capri|
|Rome and Juliet||Connie Macatuno||Andrea del Rosario, Mylene Dizon, Rafael Rosell, Tessie Tomas|
|Seroks||Ed Lejano||Juliana Palermo, Soliman Cruz, Nathan Lopez, Gammy Lopez|
The film festival ran from November 30-December 2, 2007. The following films selected for 2007 Competition:
|Altar||Rico Maria Ilarde||Zanjoe Marudo, Nor Domingo, Dimples Romana, Dido de la Paz|
|Confessional|| Jerrold Tarog |
Ruel Dahis Antipuesto
|Publio Briones III, Jerrold Tarog, Greg Fernandez, Owee Salva|
|Maling Akala||Veronica Velasco |
Pablo Biglang-awa Jr.
|Jodi Sta. Maria, Victor Basa|
|Prinsesa||Lawrence Fajardo||Romnick Sarmenta, Trina Legaspi, Archie Adamos, Shamaine Buencamino|
|Tambolista||Adolfo Alix, Jr.||Jiro Manio, Sid Lucero, Coco Martin, Anita Linda|
The film festival ran from December 3–10, 2008. The following films selected for 2008 Competition:
|Alon||Ron Bryant||Mark Gil, Charee Pineda, Eula Valdez|
|Dose||Senedy Que||Yul Servo, Fritz Chavez, Emilio Garcia|
|Imburnal||Sherad Anthony Sanchez||Brian Monterola, Jelieta Mariveles-Ruca, Allen Lumanog|
|Kolorete||Ruelo Lozendo||Roeder, Jean Judith Javier, Angeli Bayani|
|MotorCYCLE||Jon Red||Jason Abalos, Nonie Buencamino, Kat Alano|
|UPCAT||Roman Olivarez||Felix Roco, Joseph Roble, Hiyasmin Neri|
|Yanggaw||Richard Somes||Ronnie Lazaro, Joel Torre, Tetchie Agbayani|
The film festival ran from November 13–17, 2009. The following films selected for 2009 Competition:
|Bala-Bala||Melvin Brito||Micah Muñoz, Rold Salamat, Angel Jacob, Jao Mapa|
|Paano ko Sasabihin?||Richard Legaspi||Erich Gonzales, Enchong Dee|
|Maximus & Minimus||Nap Jamir||Cai Cortez, Mikel Campos, Malou Crisologo, Baron Geisler|
|Si Baning, Si Maymay at ang Asong Si Bobo||Rommel Tolentino||Joana Jean Evangelista, Jan Harley Hicana, Simon Ibarra, Gene Karley Largueza|
|Wanted: Border||Ray Gibraltar||Rosanna Roces, Joy Louise Evidente, Kristoffer Rhys Grabato, Publio Briones III|
The film festival ran from November 10–16, 2010. The following films selected for 2010 Competition:
|Ang Damgo ni Eleuteria Kirschbaum||Remton Zuasola||Donna Gimeno, Suzette Ranillo, Alex Uypuanco|
|Astro Mayabang||Jason Paul Laxamana||Arron Villaflor, Megan Young, John Lapus, Marco Morales|
|Dagim||Joaquin Pedro Valdes||Marc Abaya, Luis Alandy, Bembol Roco|
|Ishmael||Richard Somes||Ronnie Lazaro, Mark Gil, Pen Medina|
|Layang Bilanggo||Michael Angelo Dagnalan||Pen Medina, Miriam Quiambao, Mailes Kanapi|
|Third World Happy||EJ Salcedo||Sam Milby, Jodi Sta. Maria|
|Tsardyer||Sigfreid Barros-Sanchez||Dimples Romana, Jhong Hilario|
The film festival ran from November 9–15, 2011. The following films selected for 2011 Competition:
|Anatomiya ng Korupsiyon||Dennis Marasigan||Maricar Reyes, Sid Lucero|
|Big Boy||Shireen Seno||Ian Lomongo, Pam Miras|
|Cartas de la Soledad||Gutierrez 'Teng' Mangansakan II||Perry Dizon, Mayka Lintongan, Alexis Libres|
|Di Ingon Nato (Not Like Us)||Ivan Zaldarriaga |
|Ka Oryang||Sari Dalena||Alessandra de Rossi, Joem Bascon, Emilio Garcia, Alex Vincent Medina|
|Mga Anino sa Tanghaling Tapat||Ivy Universe Baldoza||Martha Nikko Comia, Althea Vega|
|My Paranormal Romance||Victor Villanueva||Phoebe Kaye Fernandez, Van Roxas, Paul Jake Castillo, Publio Briones III|
|Sa Ilalim ng Tulay||Earl Bontuyan||Bong Cabrera, Cris Pasturan|
|Sa Kanto ng Ulap at Lupa||Mes de Guzman||Japo Escobedo, Jeremie Cercenia, Zanderson Vicente|
|Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay||Antoinette Jadaone||Lilia Cuntapay, Geraldine Villamil|
The film festival ran from November 28-December 9, 2012.
The following films contending for 2012 Plus Category:
|Baybayin||Auraeus Solito||Alessandra de Rossi, Assunta de Rossi, Adrian Sebastian|
|Mater Dolorosa||Adolfo Alix, Jr.||Gina Alajar, Alessandra de Rossi, Cogie Domingo, Carlo Aquino, Joem Bascon, Mercedes Cabral|
|Mariposa sa Hawla ng Gabi||Richard Somes||Erich Gonzales, Alfred Vargas, Joel Torre|
The following films contending for 2012 Currents Category:
|Aberya||Christian Linaban||Will Devaughn, Mercedes Cabral, Iwa Moto, Nicholas Varela|
|Anak Araw||Gym Lumbera||Jay De La Vega|
|Ang Paglalakbay Ng Mga Bituin Sa Gabing Madilim||Arnel Mardoquio||Fe “Gingging” Hyde, Irish Karl Monsanto, Roger Gonzales, Glory Pearl Dy|
|Catnip||Kevin Dayrit||Lauren Young, Maxene Magalona|
|Edsa XXX||Khavn De La Cruz||Epy Quizon, Althea Vega, Sheree Cabrera, Bong Cabrera|
|Mamay Umeng||Dwein Baltazar||Sue Prado|
|Melodrama Negra||Ma. Isabel Legarda||Gee Canlas, Bong Cabrera, Sheng Belmonte, Ria Garcia, Mara Lopez, Bembol Roco|
|Palitan||Ato Bautista||Mara Lopez, Alex Vincent Medina, Mon Confiado|
|Pascalina||Pam Miras||Maria Veronica Santiago, Peewee O’Hara, Cara Eriguel, Alex Vincent Medina|
|Slumber Party||Emmanuel Dela Cruz||Markki Stroem, Archie Alemania, RK Bagatsing|
The film festival ran from November 11–19, 2013.
The following films contending for 2013 Plus Category:
|Alamat ni China Doll||Adolfo Alix, Jr.||Angelica Panganiban, Cherry Pie Picache, Cesar Montano, Phillip Salvador|
|Kabisera||Alfonso “Borgy” Torre III||Joel Torre, Art Acuña, Bing Pimentel, Bernard Palanca, Ketchup Eusebio, Meryll Soriano|
|Sitio||Mes de Guzman||John Prats, Ria Garcia, Anja Aguilar, Arnold Reyes|
|Woman of the Ruins||Keith Sicat||Alessandra de Rossi, Art Acuña, Chanel Latorre, Elizabeth Oropesa, Peque Gallaga|
|Blue Bustamante||Miko Livelo||Joem Bascon, Jun Sabayton, Dimples Romana, Jhiz Deocareza|
The following films contending for 2013 Currents Category:
|Angustia||Kristian Cordero||Alex Vincent Medina, Maria Isabel Lopez, Michelle Smith|
|Ang Pagbabalat ng Ahas||Timmy Harn||Mervin Brondial, Kay Brondial, Sebastian Karl Sanchez, Jaime Fabregas|
|Islands||Whammy Alcarazen||Luis Alandy, Benjamin Alves, Meryll Soriano, Irma Adlawan, Peque Gallaga|
|Bukas Na Lang Sapagkat Gabi Na||Jet Leyco||Nika Santiago, Raul Morit, Dan de Guzman|
|Iskalawags||Keith Deligero||Kerwin Otida, Reynaldo Formentera, Windel Otida|
|Philippino Story||Benjamin Garcia||Mark Gil, Jun-Jun Quintana, Benjamin Alves|
|Shift||Siege Ledesma||Yeng Constantino, Felix Roco|
|Bendor||Ralston Jover||Vivian Velez, Chanel Latorre|
|Riddles of my Homecoming||Arnel Mardoquio||Fe Hyde, Perry Dizon, Madz Garcia|
|Saturday Night Chills||Ian Loreños||Rayver Cruz, Matteo Guidicelli, Joseph Marco|
The film festival ran from November 9 to 18, 2014. There is only one category for 2014. Ten full-length feature films competed this year. (There were also screenings for six short films, five restored classics, and seven Asian films.) The following are the contending films:
|The Babysitters||Paolo O'Hara||Jason Gainza, Katya Santos, Jhiz Deocareza|
|Bitukang Manok||Alec Figuracion||Missy Maramara, Guji Lorenzana, Ken Anderson, Mara Lopez, Teri Malvar|
|Esprit de Corps||Kanakan-Balintagos||Sandino Martin, JC Santos, Lharby Policarpio, Garry Lim|
|Hindi Sila Tatanda||Malay Javier||Kean Cipriano, Dawn Jimenez, Mara Lopez, Ketchup Eusebio||Best Musical Score (Tengal Drilon)|
|Lorna||Sigrid Andrea Bernardo||Shamaine Buencamino, Lav Diaz, Felix Roco, Maria Isabel Lopez, Raquel Villavicencio||Best Supporting Actress (Maria Isabel Lopez)|
|Red||Jay Abello||Jericho Rosales, Mercedes Cabral, Nico Antonio, Mylene Dizon, JM Rodriguez||Best Screenplay (Jay Abello & Dwight Gaston)|
|Seoul Mates||Nash Ang||Mimi Juareza, Ji Soo|
|Soap Opera||Remton Zuasola||Lovi Poe, Rocco Nacino, Bugoy Cariño, Matt Daclan, Natileigh Sitoy, Chris Perris, Lex Zander Flores, Mercedes Cabral||Best Actor (Matt Daclan)|
|That Thing Called Tadhana||Antoinette Jadaone||Angelica Panganiban, JM de Guzman|
|Violator||Eduardo Dayao||Joel Lamangan, Victor Neri,Alfie Apodaca, RK Bagatsing, Anthony Falcon, Andy Bais|
The film festival ran from November 9 to November 17, 2015. There are nine films in competition for this year, which had the tagline "Kakaiba Ka Ba?" There were also screenings for two special presentation films, four Filipino classics, 10 short films, and 12 foreign films.
|Baka Siguro Yata||Joel Ferrer||Bangs Garcia, Dino Pastrana, Cherie Gil, Ricky Davao|
|Bukod Kang Pinagpala||Sheron Dayoc||Bing Pimentel, Maxie Eigenmann, Paolo Paraiso, Lou Veloso|
|The Comeback||Ivan Andrew Payawal||Kaye Abad, Sheena Ramos, Adrienne Vergara, Julia Enriquez, Bea Galvez, Matt Evans, Patrick Garcia|
|Dahling Nick||Sari Dalena||Raymond Bagatsing, Alessandra de Rossi, Maria Isabel Lopez|
|Dayang Asu||Bor Ocampo||Ricky Davao, Junjun Quintana, Inna Tuason|
|Hamog||Ralston Jover||Zaijan Jaranilla, Therese Malvar, Sam Quintana, Bor Lentejas, OJ Mariano, Anna Luna|
|Manang Biring||Carl Joseph Papa||Erlinda Villalobos, Mailes Kanapi|
|Mga Rebeldeng May Kaso||Raymond Red||Felix Roco, Nicco Manalo, Epy Quizon, Earl Ignacio, Angela Cortez|
|Miss Bulalacao||Ara Chawdhury||Russ Ligtas, Tessie Tomas, Chai Fonacier, Mon Confiado, Ferdinand Mesias|
The film festival ran from November 14 to 22, 2016. There are ten films in competition for this year, which had the tagline "Anong tingin mo?" The competition also opened itself to documentaries.
|Forbidden Memory||Teng Mangansakan|
|Piding||Paolo Picones and Gym Lumbera|
|People Power Bombshell: The Diary of Vietnam Rose||John Torres|
|2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten||Petersen Vargas||Khalil Ramos, Ethan Salvador, Jameson Blake, Ana Capri, Peewee Ohara, Jomari Angeles, Joel Saracho, Mean Espinosa|
|Baka Bukas||Samantha Lee||Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Louise delos Reyes, Kate Alejandrino, Gio Gahol, Nelsito Gomez, Cheska Iñigo, Lexter Tarriela|
|Lily||Keith Deligero||Shaina Magdayao, Rocky Salumbides, Natileigh Sitoy|
|Si Magdalola at Ang Mga Gago||Jules Katanyag||Peewee O'Hara, Ricky Davao, Rhen Escaño, Josh Bulot, Gio Gahol|
|Every Room is a Planet||Malay Javier||Rap Fernandez, Valeen Montenegro, Antoinette Taus|
|Malinak Ya Labi||Jose Abdel Langit||Angeline Quinto, Allen Dizon, Althea Vega, Marcus Madrigal, Menggie Cobarrubias, Dexter Doria, Richard Quan, Luz Fernandez|
|Tisay||Borgy Torre||JC De Vera, Nathalie Hart, Joel Torre|
The film festival ran from November 13 to 28, 2017. There are nine films in competition for this year, which had the tagline "Walang takot!" The competition also opened itself to documentaries.
|Bundok Banahaw, Sacred and Profane||Dempster Samarista|
|Haunted: A Last Visit to the Red House||Phyllis Grande|
|Changing Partners||Dan Villegas||Agot Isidro, Anna Luna, Jojit Lorenzo, Sandino Martin|
|Si Chedeng at Si Apple||Fatrick Tabada & Rae Red||Gloria Diaz, Elizabeth Oropesa|
|Nervous Translation||Shireen Seno||Jana Agoncillo, Sid Lucero|
|Paki||Giancarlo Abrahan||Dexter Doria, Shamaine Buencamino, Ricky Davao, Noel Trinidad, Eula Valdes, Ina Feleo|
|Historiographika Errata||Richard Somes||Joem Bascon, Alex Medina, Nathalie Hart, Max Eigenmann, Jess Mendoza, Rafa Siguion-Reyna, Jett Pangan, Basti Artadi, Kean Cipriano, Dong Abay, Kevin Roy, Sarah Abad, Alvin Anson, Paolo Paraiso, Chickoy Pura, Robert Javier, Manu Respall|
|Throwback Today||Joseph Teoxon||Carlo Aquino, Empress Schuck, Annicka Dolonius, Allan Paule, Benj Manalo, Kat Galang|
|Nay||Kip Oebanda||Sylvia Sanchez, Enchong Dee, Jameson Blake|
The film festival ran from October 12 to 21, 2018. There are nine films in competition for this year, which had the tagline "I Am Original", encompassing the theme of what it truly means to be human. The competition also opened itself to short films.
|A Short History of a Few Bad Things||Keith Deligero||Victor Neri, Jay Gonzaga|
|Asuang||Raynier Brizuela||Alwyn Uytingco, Jon Lucas, Chai Fonacier, Nats Sitoy, Jun Sabayton|
|Bagyong Bheverlynn||Charliebebs Gohetia||Rufa Mae Quinto|
|Double Twisting Double Back||Joseph Abello||Joem Bascon, Tony Labrusca|
|Hospicio||Bobby Bonifacio||Loisa Andalio, Mary Joy Apostol, Ana Abad Santos|
|Mamu; and A Mother Too||Rod Singh||Iyah Mina, Arron Villaflor, EJ Jallorina|
|Never Tear Us Apart||Whammy Alcazaren||Ricky Davao, Meryll Soriano, Jasmine Curtis-Smith|
|Paglisan||Carl Joseph Papa||Ian Veneracion, Eula Valdes|
|Pang MMK||John Lapus||Neil Coleta, Nikki Valdez, Joel Torre, Ricky Davao, Cherry Pie Picache|
The film festival ran from November 7 to 17, 2019. There are eight films in this year competition, which had the tagline "I Am Original, Kaya Mo?".
Best Short Film
Student Film Award
|Lucid||Natts Jadaone, Victor Villanueva and Dan Villegas||Alessandra De Rossi, JM de Guzman|
|Metamorphosis||J.E. Tiglao||Gold Aceron, Ivan Padilla, Iana Bernardez, Yayo Aguila, Ricky Davao|
|O||Kevin Dayrit||Anna Luna, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Lauren Young, Sarah Carlos, IV of Spades|
|Sila Sila||Giancarlo Abrahan||Gio Gahol, Topper Fabregas|
|Tayo Muna Habang Hindi Pa Tayo||Denise O’Hara||JC Santos, Jane Oineza|
|Tia Madre||Eve Baswel||Jana Agoncillo, Cherie Gil|
|Utopia||Dustin Celestino||Joem Bascon, Enzo Pineda, Arron Villaflor, Karen Toyoshima|
|Yours Truly, Shirley||Nigel Santos||Rayt Carreon, Dennis Padilla, Regine Velasquez|
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