FULL LIST: Winners, PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2017

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Movie and Press Club (PMPC) held its 33rd annual Star Awards on September 3 at Resorts World Manila.

Die Beautiful was this year's big winner, garnering the prizes for Movie of the Year, Movie Director of the Year, Movie Screenwriter of the Year, Movie Cinematographer of the Year, and Movie Editor of the Year.

In the indie film categories, Pamilya Ordinaryo came out on top, being named Indie Movie of the Year, and also winning Indie Movie Director of the Year, New Movie Actress of the Year, and Indie Movie Editor of the Year.

Daniel Padilla was named Best Movie Actor, while Veteran actresses Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos – who have often been pitted against each other throughout their careers – both won the Movie Actress of the Year title. They also both received the Ginintuang Bituin ng Pelikulang Pilipino Award – the highest special award for the night.

Here are all the winners at the 2017 PMPC Star Awards:

Movie of the Year

Movie Director of the Year

Indie Movie of the Year

Indie Movie Director of the Year

Movie Actor of the Year

Movie Actress of the Year

Movie Supporting Actor of the Year

Movie Supporting Actress of the Year


New Movie Actor of the Year

New Movie Actress of the Year

Child Performer of the Year

Movie Screenwriter of the Year

Movie Cinematographer of the Year

Movie Production Designer of the Year

Movie Editor of the Year

Movie Musical Scorer of the Year

Movie Sound Engineer of the Year

Movie Original Theme Song of the Year

Indie Movie Screenwriter of the Year

Indie Movie Cinematographer of the Year

Indie Movie Production Designer of the Year

Indie Movie Editor of the Year

Indie Movie Musical Scorer of the Year

Indie Movie Sound Engineer of the Year

Indie Movie Original Theme Song of the Year

Special Awards

Ulirang Alagad ng Pelikula sa Likod Ng Kamera - Joel Lamangan

Nora Aunor Ulirang Artista Lifetime Achievement Award - Pen Medina



Darling of the Press

Movie Loveteam of the Year

– Rappler.com