‘On the Job’ and ‘Boy Golden’ big winners at FAMAS

By , on July 14, 2014


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MANILA – KC Concepcion and ER Ejercito (Jeorge Estregan) took home the Best Actress and Best Actor awards from the 62nd Annual FAMAS Awards Night for their movie “Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill.”

Former Laguna governor ER Ejercito bested three other actors in the category: ‘Bossing’ Vic Sotto for “My Little Bossings,” Coco Martin for “A Moment in Time,” and co-stars Piolo Pascual and Gerald Anderson for “On The Job.”

Speaking of “On The Job.” The Erik Matti film won Best Director, Best Story, Best Screenplay, Best Sound, Best Editing, and of course Best Director — making it one of the most awarded films of the night.

Meanwhile, KC won over Ms. Lorna Tolentino for “Burgos” and the triple threat acting of Toni Gonzaga, Bea Alonzo, and Angel Locsin on “Four Sisters and a Wedding.”

Here is the list of FAMAS winners from Sunday night.

Best Picture: On The Job
Best Actor: ER Ejercito (Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill)
Best Actress: KC Concepcion (Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill)
Best Director: Erik Matti (On The Job)
Best Supporting Actor: Pen Medina (10,000 Hours)
Best Supporting Actress: Bela Padilla, (10,000 Hours)
Best Child Performer: Adrian Cabido (Lauriana)
Best Screenplay: Michiko Yamamoto and Erik Matti (On The Job)
Best Cinematography: Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill
Best Editing: On The Job
Best Story: On The Job
Best Sound: On The Job
Best Musical Score: Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill
Best Visual Effects: Pagpag
Best Theme Song: Abra (Midas) and Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill
Best Special Effects: Kung Fu Divas

With reports from ABS-CBN, The Philippine Star, and Fashion Pulis