Famas Awards 2023: ‘Family Matters’ dominates 2023 FAMAS Awards

On Sunday, the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences named the winners of its 71st anniversary edition which is more than a week after it released the list of nominees. You are required to read the article for more details and information about the same. Follow us around for all the valuable insights and fresh updates at the PKB News.

famas awards 2023

Famas Awards 2023

Reportedly, Nadine Lustre wins the second FAMAS Best Actress Plum in the Awards 2023. On Sunday night, Nadine Lustre proved her undeniable acting powers again and solidified her status as a cinematic force to be honored with as she clinched her second FAMAS Best Actress award. She held her first FAMAS trophy in 2019 for Viva Films’ box office drama-love story, “Never Not Love You,” However, four years later, for a very different role,
Lustre played Emily in “Greed,” a woman driven by ambition, desire, and an unwavering hunger for success. Emily is a character that defines easy categorization by embodying both vulnerability and strength and allowing the actress to explore the intricate nuances of human emotions on the big screen. However, the 2023 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards belonged to “Family Matters,” with the 2022 Metro Manila Film Festival entry sweeping the most recognitions and establishments.

The extraordinary family drama dominated the awards night, securing an impressive four trophies, including the Best Picture title. Director Nuel Naval guided the film to victory, while Noel Trinidad, who played an aging family role longing for more time with his brood, shone brightly as he received the Best Actor award which is produced by Cineko Productions and Top Story. Nikki Valdez’s extraordinary talent as a devoted daughter was recognized with the Best Supporting Actress accolade, giving her another win for the film, along with Best Editing by Beng Bandung. Despite the family drama’s sweep, the rich diversity of Filipino cinema was well represented nonetheless, with “Blue Room,” a remarkable entry from the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival and claiming its fair share of appreciation. Below is the list of winners of the award night.

Best Actor – Noel Trinidad (‘Family Matters’)

Best Actress – Nadine Lustre (‘Greed’)

Best Supporting Actor – Sid Lucero (‘Reroute’)

Best Supporting Actress – Nikki Valdez (‘Family Matters’)

Best Picture – ‘Family Matters’

Best Director: Ma-an Asuncion-Dagñalan (‘Blue Room’)

Best Screenplay – ‘La Traidora’

Best Editing – ‘Family Matters’

Best Sound – ‘Reroute’

Best Production Design – ‘Leonor Will Never Die’

Best Cinematography – Neil Daza for ‘Blue Room’

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