KC, Ejercito win big at 2014 Famas Awards

Posted at 07/14/14 8:54 AM

MANILA - Actress KC Concepcion is on cloud nine as she bagged her second best actress trophy.

On Sunday night, Concepcion won the Best Actress award at the 62nd FAMAS Awards held at Solaire Resort and Casino in Parañaque City for her performance in 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival entry "Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill."

ER Ejercito, lead star of "Boy Golden", also took home the best actor trophy.

In her official Instagram account, Concepcion shared her excitement in accepting her first FAMAS Best Actress trophy.

"Wore my first @CarySantiago Gown tonight, to accept my very first FAMAS Best Actress award. Priceless night!!! (love, love, love)," Concepcion said.

Below is the complete list of winners at 2014 FAMAS Awards 

Best Picture: On The Job
Best Actress: KC Concepcion (Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill)
Best Actor: ER Ejercito (Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill)
Best Director: Erik Matti (On The Job)
Best Supporting Actress: Bela Padilla (10000 Hours)
Best Supporting Actor: Pen Medina (10000 Hours)
Best Screenplay: On The Job
Best Cinematography: Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill
Best Editing: On The Job
Best Story: On The Job
Best Sound: On The Job
Best Musical Score: Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill
Best Visual Effects: Pagpag
Best Theme Song: Abra for "Midas" (Boy Golden)
Best Special Effects: Kung Fu Divas

Special Awards:

FAMAS Grand Award: Jeorge Ejercito Estregan
FPJ Memorial Award: Piolo Pascual
Art Padua Memorial Award: Boy Abunda
Dr. Jose Perez Memorial Award: Mario Dumaual
Exemplary Award for Public Service: Engr. Felizardo Jun Sevilla Jr.
Excellence Award in Criminal Justice Pao Jail Visitation Team/Legal, Medical Dental, Optical Mission: Chief Public Attorney Persida Rueda Acosta
Presidential Award: Tzu Chi Foundation

German Moreno Youth Achievement Award: Hiro Peralta, Ken Chan, Jerome Ponce, James Reid, Janine Gutierrez and Julia Barretto
Male Movie Star of the Night: Gerald Anderson
Female Movie Star of the Night: Valerie Concepcion

Last March, KC Concepcion bagged her first ever best actress trophy from the 30th Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards for Movies also for her performance in the film "Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill."