Cinemalaya 2013 winners revealed

Last week came as a surprise during the announcement of the winners of Cinemalaya 2013. While "Star for all Seasons" Vilma Santos bagged the best actress, the best actor award came in empty. No one was awarded with it.
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For the "Directors Showcase", we got Jerrold Tarog as the Best Director, for the film "Sana Dati". "Ekstra" took home the "Special Jury Prize".

Take a look at the complete list of winners in the 2013 Cinemalaya:

Best Film: "Sana Dati"
Best Director: Jerrold Tarog ("Sana Dati")
Best Actress: Vilma Santos ("Ekstra")
Best Supporting Actress: Ruby Ruiz ("Ekstra")
Best Supporting Actor: TJ Trinidad ("Sana Dati")
Best Screenplay: Zig Dulay, Antoinette Jadaone, and Jeffrey Jeturian ("Ekstra")
Best Cinematography: Mackie Galvez ("Sana Dati")
Best Production Design: Ericson Navarro ("Sana Dati")
Best Editing: Pats R. Ranyo ("Sana Dati")
Best Original Music: Jerrold Tarog ("Sana Dati")
Best Sound: Roger TJ Ladro ("Sana Dati")
NETPAC Award: "Ekstra"
Special Jury Prize: "Ekstra"

New Breed:
Best Film: "Transit"
Best Director: Hannah Espia ("Transit")
Best Actress: Irma Adlawan ("Transit")
Best Actor: Mimi Juareza ("Quick Change")
Best Supporting Actress: Jasmine Curtis Smith ("Transit")
Best Supporting Actor: Joey Paras ("Babagwa")
Citation for ensemble acting: "Transit"
Best Screenplay: Eduardo Roy Jr. ("Quick Change")
Best Cinematography: Ber Cruz and Lyle Nemenzo Sacris ("Transit")
Best Production Design: Roy Red ("Rekorder")
Best Editing: Benjamin Tolentino and Hannah Espia ("Transit")
Best Original Music: Mon Espia ("Transit")
Best Sound: Michael Idioma ("Quick Change")
NETPAC Award: "Transit"
Special Jury Prize: "Quick Change"

It maybe a sad note but for a Cinemalaya round without a "Best Actor" may mean, we've ran out of good actors in the independent film side of things. What is your opinion about this phenomenon in the show business world?

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