Charo Santos, Daniel Padilla among nominees for 1st Eddys movie awards

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Posted at Jun 10 2017 05:36 PM | Updated as of Jun 10 2017 08:07 PM

Charo Santos and Daniel Padilla are up for Best Actress and Best Actor, respectively. Photos: Alessandro Bianchi, Reuters and ABS-CBN

Filmmaker Lav Diaz, ABS-CBN chief content officer Charo Santos, and "La Luna Sangre" star Daniel Padilla are among the nominees for the inaugural Entertainment Editors' Choice Awards for Movies, or "The Eddys" for short, it was revealed Saturday. 

Diaz and Santos both received nods for Best Director and Best Actress, respectively, for "Ang Babaeng Humayo," while Padilla was nominated for his performance in "Barcelona: A Love Untold." 

Overall, Jun Robles Lana and Regal Entertainment's "Die Beautiful" racked up the most nominations with 13 out of 14 categories. Indie films "Saving Sally" and "Pamilya Ordinaryo" were tied at 12 together with Star Cinema's "Everything About Her." 

Organized by the Society of Philippine Entertainment Editors, the Eddys aims to encourage local filmmakers, producers, writers, and actors to continue pursuing their passion of creating films that mirror the realities of our society. The awards ceremonies will be held on July 9 at the Kia Theater in Cubao, Quezon City. 

Below is the full list of nominees: 

Best Film
 
 "Pamilya Ordinaryo"
 "Ang Babaeng Humayo"
 "Everything About Her"
 "Saving Sally"
 "Die Beautiful"
 
Best Director
 
 Jun Robles Lana for "Die Beautiful"
 Lav Diaz for "Ang Babaeng Humayo"
 Avid Liongoren for "Saving Sally"
 Joyce Bernal for "Everything About Her"
 Eduardo Roy Jr. "Pamilya Ordinaryo"
 
Best Actress:
 
 Hasmine Killip for "Pamilya Ordinaryo" 
 Jaclyn Jose for "Ma'Rosa"
 Vilma Santos for "Everything About Her"
 Rhian Ramos for "Saving Sally" 
 Charo Santos for "Ang Babaeng Humayo"
 Nora Aunor for "Tuos"
 Ai Ai delas Alas for "Area"
 
Best Actor
 
 Daniel Padilla for "Barcelona: A Love Untold"
 Paolo Ballesteros for "Die Beautiful"
 Enzo Marcos for "Saving Sally"
 Dingdong Dantes for "The Unmarried Wife" 
 Ronwaldo Martin for "Pamilya Ordinaryo"
 
Best Supporting Actress
 
Barbie Forteza for "Tuos"
Aiko Melendez for “Barcelona”
Maria Isabel Lopez for “Pamilya Ordinaryo” 
Angel Locsin for "Everything About Her" 
Gladys Reyes for for “Die Beautiful”

Best Supporting Actor
 
Joel Tore for “Die Beautiful”
Christian Bables for "Die Beautiful"
John Lloyd Cruz for "Ang Babaeng Humayo" 
Xian Lim for "Everything About Her"
Moira Lang for "Pamilya Ordinaryo"
 
Best Original Story
 
"Pamilya Ordinaryo"
"Everything About Her"
"Saving Sally"
"Ang Babaeng Humayo"
"Die Beautiful"
 
Best Screenplay
 
"Pamilya Ordinaryo"
"Everything About Her"
"Saving Sally"
"Ang Babaeng Humayo"
"Die Beautiful"
 
Best Cinematography
 
"Pamilya Ordinaryo"
"Everything About Her"
"Saving Sally"
"Seklusyon"
"Die Beautiful"
 
Best Music Design
 
"Saving Sally"
"Die Beautiful"
"Everything About Her"
"Ma'Rosa"
"The Unmarried Wife"
 
Best Production Design
 
"Pamilya Ordinaryo"
"Everything About Her"
"Saving Sally"
"Ang Babaeng Humayo"
"Die Beautiful"
"Seklusyon"
 
Best Sound Design
 
"Pamilya Ordinaryo"
"Everything About Her"
"Saving Sally"
"Ang Babaeng Humayo"
"Die Beautiful"
 
Best Editing
 
"Pamilya Ordinaryo"
"Ma'Rosa"
"Everything About Her"
"Saving Sally"
"Die Beautiful"
 
Best Theme Song
 
"Everything Refuses to Move" by Hannah and Gabi from "Saving Sally"

Special awards:

Jo Quirino: Boy Abunda
Manny Pichel: Lav Diaz
Most Active Producer of the Year: Regal Films