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Golden Screen Awards: Will the indies rule?

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Golden Screen Awards: Will the indies rule? FUNFARE By Ricardo F. Lo 
April 22, 2009 12:00 AM 


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The (6th) Golden Screen Awards of the Entertainment Press Society Incorporated (not to be confused with the Star Awards of the Philippine Movie Press Club) will be given away on April 30 at the Metro Bar in Quezon City, with indie films dominating the roster of nominees.

As usual, Funfare will hazard a “fearful” (because I could fall flat on my face, you know...Ouch!!!) forecast.

Here we go:

Best Performance by An Actress in a Leading Role Musical or Comedy

  • Who might win — Boots Anson-Roa (Love Birds)
  • Who will win — Ai-Ai delas Alas (Ang Tanging Ina N’yong Lahat)
  • Who should win — Gloria Romero (Fuschia)

Best Performance by An Actor in a Leading Role Musical or Comedy

  • Who might win — Robert Arevalo (Fuschia)
  • Who will win — John Lloyd Cruz (A Very Special Love)
  • Who should win — Eddie Garcia (Fuschia)

Best Performance by An Actress in a Supporting Role (Drama, Musical or Comedy)

  • Who might win — Tessie Tomas (Ploning)
  • Who will win — Cherry Pie Picache (Boses)
  • Who should win — Eugene Domingo (100)

Best Performance by An Actor in a Supporting Role (Drama, Musical or Comedy)

  • Who might win — Coco Martin (Jay)
  • Who will win — Yul Servo (Brutus) or Ricky Davao (Boses)
  • Who should win — Emilio Garcia (Walang Kawala)

Breakthrough Performance by An Actress

  • Who might win — Chariz Solomon (My Bestfriend’s Girlfriend)
  • Who will win — Rhea Medina (Brutus)
  • Who should win — KC Concepcion (For The First Time)

Breakthrough Performance by An Actor

  • Who might win — Cedric Amit (Ploning)
  • Who will win — Coke Bolipata (Boses)
  • Who should win — Kenjie Garcia (Ang Lihim ni Antonio)

Best Direction

  • Who might win — Dante Nico Garcia (Ploning)
  • Who will win — Chris Martinez (100)
  • Who should win — Cathy Garcia Molina (A Very Special Love)

Best Motion Picture Drama

  • Which one might win — Ploning
  • Which one will win — 100
  • Which one should win — Jay

Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

  • Which one might win — A Very Special Love
  • Which one will win — My Bestfriend’s Girlfriend
  • Which one should win — Fuschia

Congratulations in advance to those who will win.

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