Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards’ film “Hello, Love, Goodbye” just won three major awards at the National level of the Asian Academy Creative Awards (AAA)!
The AAA is a legacy awards program that "represents and actively promotes Asian content and creativity." Today, October 15, the organization held a virtual event to announce the National Winners for 2020.
Competing against its Asian neighbors, our very own "Hello, Love, Goodbye" was awarded Best Direction - Fiction (Cathy Garcia-Molina), Best Screenplay (Carmi Raymundo, Cathy Garcia-Molina, and Rona Co), and Best Picture!
Ruel S. Bayani, the AAA Philippine Ambassador and Head of International Production and Co-Production of ABS-CBN said in a statement after the announcement, "We're extremely proud of this achievement. This is the first time Star Cinema entered the Asian Academy Creative Awards, so congrats to all of them!"
According to AAA, the National Winners will represent their respective nations/territories at the Grand Awards and Gala Final to be held in December.
Watch the AAA National Winners announcement here:
"Hello, Love, Goodbye" is a 2019 romantic drama set in Hong Kong. It is currently the highest grossing Filipino film of all time.
It also starred Maricel Laxa, Jameson Blake, Kakai Bautista, Lito Pimentel, Joross Gamboa, Maymay Entrata, Anthony Jennings, and more.
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