Ivana Alawi and Vice Ganda’s film reportedly made P31 million on the opening day of the Metro Manila Film Festival.
There are eight (8) entries in the MMFF this year. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is in charge of organizing the yearly film festival (MMDA).
Labyu with an Accent, starring Coco Martin and Jodi Sta, is one of the MMFF submissions. Maria, Partners in Crime with Vice Ganda and Ivana Alawi, Nanahimik ang Gabi with Ian Veneracion, Heaven Peralejo, and Mon Confiado, My Teacher with Toni Gonzaga and Joey de Leon, Deleter with Nadine Lustre, Louise delos Reyes, and McCoy de Leon, Family Matters with Noel Trinidad and Liza Lorena, Mamasapano: Now It Can Be Told with Edu
While the Gabi ng Parangal will take place on Tuesday, December 27 at the New Frontier Theater in Cubao, Quezon City, the 48th MMFF’s theme is “Balik Saya.” Acting Chairman of the MMDA, Atty. For the MMFF 2022, Romando “Don” Artes issued a formal statement.
On the first day of the competition, the eight entries brought in P63M. Family Matters is in third place with P9M, followed by Deleter with P10M, and Partners in Crime with P31M. On MMFF, other entries are earning quite well.