MANILA, Philippines – The Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences, Inc. (FAMAS) has announced the nominees for this year' FAMAS Awards, scheduled on Sunday, December 4, at the Century Park Hotel.
Andi Eigenmann has two nominations for Best Actress for the movies Angela Markado and Tragic Theatre. Bea Alonzo was also nominated for Best Actress twice for the movies A Second Chance and The Love Affair.
Bea's leading man John Lloyd Cruz was nominated for Best Actor for A Second Chance. Daniel Padilla and James Reid also scored nominations under the Best Actor category for the movies Crazy Beautiful You and Para sa Hopeless Romantic, respectively. They will be up against Dennis Trillo for Felix Manalo, Coco Martin in You're My Boss, Francisco Guinto for Ari: My Life with A King, John Estrada in Tragic Theatre, Paolo Contis in Angela Markado, Piolo Pascual in Silong, and Richard Gomez in The Love Affair.
The FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Awards will be given to actress Gloria Sevilla, while Batangas Representative Vilma Santos-Recto is the recipient of this year's Presidential Award.
Robin Padilla will receive the Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award, while a posthumous award will be awarded to the late German Moreno.
Piolo Pascual, Jean Garcia, Sunshine Dizon, Enchong Dee, and Robi Domingo will host the show.
Here is the full list of nominees.
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Child Performer
Best Musical Score
Best Theme Song
Best Production Design
Best Visual Effects
FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Awardee – Gloria Sevilla
Presidential Award – Vilma Santos-Recto
Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award – Robin Padilla
Dr. Jose Perez Memorial Award – Jojo Gabinete
Art M. Padua Memorial Award – Danny Dolor
German Moreno Youth Achievement Awards
Special Citation Award for Ensemble of Supporting Actors (Angela Markado movie)
Recognition Award for Outstanding Peformance – Arnold Reyes
2016 Advocacy Film – EDSA
Father of Visual Poetry – Doc Penpen B. Takipsilim
Special Citation – Chief Public Attorney Dr. Persida V. Rueda Acosta for championing the cause of eliminating violence against women
Posthumous Award – German Moreno