Jun Lana wins best director at Madrid film fest-A A +A
Sunday, July 20, 2014
JUN Lana won best director for "Barber's Tale" (Mga Kuwentong Barbero) at the 3rd Madrid International Film Festival.
Held Saturday evening in Spain, Lana bested 15 other nominees in the Best Director of a Foreign Language Feature Film category.
He personally received the award and was joined by co-producers Perci Intalan and Ferdinand Lapuz, and lead actress, Eugene Domingo.
Photos taken from Ferdinand Lapuz's Facebook account. (Sunnex)
Domingo, who took home an acting award last October at the 26th Tokyo International Film Festival for the same movie, was also nominated in the Best Actress category.
"Barber's Tales" (Mga Kwentong Barbero) is Lana's second in a trilogy of films about small town Philippines that started with "Bwakaw" in 2012.
The movie is set in a remote province in the country at the onset of martial law in the early 1970s.
The story revolves around the free-spirited and newly widowed Marilou, played by Domingo, who inherited from her husband their town's only barbershop.
Other stars featured in the movie are Gladys Reyes, Shamaine Buencamino, Nonie Buencamino, Niccolo Manolo, Iza Calzado, and Eddie Garcia.
Here’s the list of winners in the Film Category at the 2014 Madrid International Film Festival:
Best Film: “Fish in the Sky” by Erica Fan
Best Director: Henrik Bech Poulsen (“Helen Alone”)
Best Lead Actress: Claribelle Pagan (“Know How”)
Best Lead Actor: Paul Alexandro (“3:13”)
Best Supporting Actress: Alice Krige (“Jail Caesar”)
Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Baldwin (“Helen Alone”)
Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film: “The Precipice”
Best Producer of a Feature Film: Alice Krige and Paul Schoolman (“Jail Caesar”)
Best Story: “Fish in the Sky”
Talented New Director: Erica Fan (“Fish in the Sky”)
Best Editing of a Film: “Forever Nevermore”
Best Feature Film: “Third Row Centre” by Lloyd Handley
Best Music in Film: “Great Voices Sing John Denver”
Best Cinematography: “Picnic”
Best Costume: “The Falling Feather”
Best Animation: “The Gold Sparrow”
Best Soundtrack: “Nate & Vinnie”
Best Make Up & Hair: “Know How”
Best Foreign Language Documentary: “Emergency Exit”
Best Foreign Language Feature Film: “Late Spring”
Best Director of a Foreign Language Feature Film: Jun Robles Lana (“Barber’s Tales”)
Best Lead Actor in a Foreign Language Film: Yusril Ihza Mahendra (“Legend of the East”)
Best Lead Actress in a Foreign Language Film: Seo-Hyung Kim (“Late Spring”)
Best Supporting Actor in a Foreign Language Film: Jingjing Qu (“The Falling Feather”)
Best Supporting Actress in a Foreign Language Film: Wang Hui Qian (“Legend of the East”)
Best Foreign Language Short: “Dreams & Illusions”
Best Director of a Short Foreign Language Film: “Suicide Volunteers” by Kenshow Onodera
Best Original Screenplay of a Foreign Language Film: “Eli”
Best Feature Documentary: “South Beach on Heels”
Best Director of a Feature Documentary: Edwin Brochin (The Falconer “Sport of Kings”)
Best Short Documentary: “Touche: A Blind Fencer’s Story”
Best Director of a Short Documentary: Anne Verdaguer (“Darwin, Somewhere in the Desert”)
Best Editing of a Documentary: “Zack & Addie”
Best Short Film: “NYC Rooftop Story” by Ricardo Catalan Jr.
Best Director of a Short Film: Antony Easton (“Three Hours Between Planes”)
Best Lead Actress in a Short Film: Catherine Black (“De Puta Madre: A Love Story”)
Best Lead Actor in a Short Film: Mel Raido (“Seagull Boy”)
Best Original Screenplay of a Short Film: “Lapsus”