PH bags 3 top awards at 36th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Awards

Published November 6, 2020, 10:59 AM

by Richa Noriega

The Philippines bagged three top awards in this year’s 36th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Awards.

The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) congratulated the winners in a Facebook post on Wednesday.

Award-winning documentary “A Thousand Cuts” directed by Ramona S. Diaz, won the Global Impact Award on Global Impact Award for Documentary Feature.

(FDCP FACEBOOK / MANILA BULLETIN)

Director Mallorie Ortega bagged the Emerging Filmmaker Award for her film “The Girl Who Left Home.”

(FDCP FACEBOOK / MANILA BULLETIN)

Meanwhile, scriptwriter Valerie Castillo Martinez won the Special Jury Award (Screenwriting) for her work on “Death of Nintendo.”

(FDCP FACEBOOK / MANILA BULLETIN)

The 36th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival was held online Sept. 24 to Oct. 31.

It featured a lineup of productions by Asian American and Pacific Islander artists from across the globe.

 
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