Toni Gonzaga failed to outshine the other nominees of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) awards held on December 27 after only getting one award for their movie ‘My Teacher’.
Gonzaga, who received the label ‘Most Powerful Celebrity’ from her husband Director Paul Soriano only took the ‘gender sensitivity award’ during the awards night.
The actress who’s known for ignoring her critics has yet to give any comment about the awards night.
Meanwhile, Nadine Lustre’s movie ‘Deleter’ received seven trophies during the event.
Here is the full list of the winner during the MMFF awards night:
- Best Float: My Father, Myself
- Best Child Performer: Shawn Niño Gabriel – My Father, Myself
- Best Sound: Deleter
- Best Musical Score: Nanahimik Ang Gabi
- Best Original Theme Song: Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
- Best Visual Effects: Deleter
- Best Production Design: Nanahimik Ang Gabi
- Best Editing: Deleter
- Best Cinematography: Deleter
- Gender Sensitivity Award: My Teacher
- Stars of the Night: Nadine Lustre – Deleter; Ian Veneracion – Nanahimik Ang Gabi
- Marichu Vera-Perez Maceda Memorial Award: Vilma Santos-Recto
- Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award: Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
- Gatpuno J. Villegas Cultural Award: Family Matters:
- Best Screenplay: Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
- Best Supporting Actress: Dimples Romana – My Father, Myself
- Best Supporting Actor: Mon Confiado – Nanahimik Ang Gabi
- Best Director: Mikhail Red – Deleter
- Best Actor: Ian Veneracion – Nanahimik Ang Gabi
- Best Actress: Nadine Lustre – Deleter
- 3rd Best Picture: Nanahimik Ang Gabi
- 2nd Best Picture: Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told
- Best Picture: Deleter