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Piolo Pascual, Dingdong Dantes win Film Actor of the Year award

MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya star Piolo Pascual and Kapuso Star Dingdong Dantes won the Film Actor of the Year award for their performances in “Mallari” and “Rewind” respectively at the recent Box Office Entertainment Awards presented by the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation (GMMSF), Inc.

This marks Piolo's second Best Actor recognition, following his victory at the inaugural Manila International Film Festival (MIFF) last January, held in Hollywood, USA. 

Vilma Santos was named as the Film Actress of the Year. 

Piolo, accompanied by Mentorque producer John Bryan Diamante aka Bryan Dy, executive producer Rona Banaag, Clever Minds co-owner and supervising producer Omar Sortijas, director Derick Cabrido, along with his Mallaris co-stars Janella Salvador and Ron Angeles, personally accepted the prestigious award.

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“Mallari,” an official entry to the 2023 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), is a chilling cinematic journey into the depths of Fr. Juan Severino Mallari's psyche, the Philippines' sole documented serial killer from the 19th century. This meticulously crafted and the first-ever Filipino film to be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures intertwines historical accuracy with psychological horror. Three major characters were brought to life by Piolo.
The film's impact extended far beyond domestic borders, becoming an official part of the inaugural MIFF, a visionary project launched by Metropolitan Manila Development Authority/MMFF Acting Chairman Atty. Romando Artes. Mallari's overwhelming success and positive reception have opened doors for numerous collaborations, much to the delight of the budding producer.
Meanwhile, Mentorque Productions, in partnership with Project 8 Projects, owned by directors Dan Villegas and Antoinette Jadaone, is set to make waves at the 2024 Cinemalaya Film Festival this August.
The recently completed shooting of "Kono Basho" in Japan was proudly announced by Mentorque's President and CEO on his Facebook account, featuring an image of two women adorned in black kimonos.
Recent sightings of Bryan with Angkas President George Royeca and directors Dolly Dulu and Ivan