PHOTOS: Cinema One Originals 2012 awards
Rappler's exclusive photos from the December 3 awards night

'BAYBAYIN' SISTERS. Assunta and Alessandra de Rossi, stars of Auraeus Solito's second film in the Palawan trilogy. All photos by Edric Chen

MANILA, Philippines – Cinema One Originals 2012 held their awards night last December 3 at the Dolphy Theater in ABS-CBN in Quezon City.

Catnip by Kevin Dayrit won the most number of awards:

  • Best Musical Score 
  • Best Editing 
  • Best Screenplay 
  • Best Director 

Best Actress and Best Actor went to Mara Lopez and Alex Medina respectively, both for Palitan by Ato Bautista.

Best Picture went to Pascalina by Pam Miras. (For the complete list of winners, click here.)

Check out Rappler’s photos from the awards night:

Eric Santos opened the program with a song number

Megan Young and Matteo Guidicelli hosted the program

Markki Stroem of 'Slumber Party'

Ma. Isabel Legarda accepting the prize for the Audience Choice award for 'Melodrama Negra'

The cast of 'Melodrama Negra'

Tara Cabullo (right) presenting the SunShorts Viewer's Choice Award to '1945' by Jun Reyes

Carlo Aquino and Alfred Vargas (with a lady) presenting the first batch of awards

Kevin Dayrit of 'Catnip' accepting the award for Best Musical Score. The film went on to win 3 other awards.

Michael Espanol for 'Mariposa sa Hawla ng Gabi'

Danilo Salas III for 'Anak Araw'

Phillip Salvador, Joyce Bernal and Sid Lucero presenting the second batch of awards

Best Supporting Actress Ria Garcia for 'Melodrama Negra'

Mara Lopez and Alex Medina, Best Actress and Best Actor, for 'Palitan'

Alex Medina for 'Palitan'

Filmmaker Lore Reyes presenting the Special Award to Peque Gallaga

'Oro, Plata, Mata' director Peque Gallaga accepting the award from Reyes

Gallaga said he was not prepared to accept such a citation

Paolo Bertolin, Erich Gonzales, Assunta de Rossi and Stephen Cremin present the final batch of awards

Special Jury Prize winner Arnel Mardoquio for 'Ang Paglalakbay ng mga Bituin sa Gabing Madilim'

Best Picture is 'Pascalina' by Pam Miras


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