Nora Aunor

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Nora Aunor (born Nora Cabaltera Villamayor; May 21, 1953) is a Filipino actress, recording artist, and film producer.wikipedia
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Thy Womb

Aunor transformed herself into a serious actress and came to be regarded as an acting heavyweight, performing in films such as Tatlong taong walang Diyos (1976), Himala (1982), Bona (1980), The Flor Contemplacion Story (1995) and Thy Womb (2012) which gave her international and local awards and nominations.
Thy Womb is a 2012 Filipino drama film starring Nora Aunor, Bembol Roco, Mercedes Cabral, and Lovi Poe.

The Flor Contemplacion Story

Aunor transformed herself into a serious actress and came to be regarded as an acting heavyweight, performing in films such as Tatlong taong walang Diyos (1976), Himala (1982), Bona (1980), The Flor Contemplacion Story (1995) and Thy Womb (2012) which gave her international and local awards and nominations.
The film won the Princess Pataten Statue for best actress for its lead star, Nora Aunor and the film won the Golden Pyramid Award at the 1995 Cairo International Film Festival.

Bona (film)

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Aunor transformed herself into a serious actress and came to be regarded as an acting heavyweight, performing in films such as Tatlong taong walang Diyos (1976), Himala (1982), Bona (1980), The Flor Contemplacion Story (1995) and Thy Womb (2012) which gave her international and local awards and nominations.
Bona is a 1980 Filipino drama film directed by Lino Brocka, with the film's lead character, Bona, played by acclaimed actress Nora Aunor.

Trap (2015 film)

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The Hollywood Reporter called her "The Grand Dame of Philippine Cinema" for her performance in the movie Taklub.
Trap (Taklub) is a 2015 Filipino drama film directed by Brillante Mendoza and starring Nora Aunor, Julio Diaz, Lou Veloso and Aaron Rivera.

Metro Manila Film Festival

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She has won eight trophies from PMPC Star Awards for her work in television and movies, eight Metro Manila Film Festival, four Luna Awards, five Young Critics Circle Awards, a Cairo Film Festival award, an Asia Pacific Screen Awards, an Asian Film Awards, among others.
Instead, the jurors gave Nora Aunor a "Best Performer" award for her role in the movie Atsay.

Gusi Peace Prize

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In 2013, she received the "Light of Culture Awards from Philippine Centre of the International Theatre Institute and the ITI-Earthsavers UNESCO Dream Center for pioneering in the integration of theater, television, and film. In 2014, Aunor is the recipient of University of the Philippines College of Mass Communications, Gawad Plaridel Award. On September 17, 2015, Aunor was conferred the Gawad CCP para sa Sining for Film and Broadcast Arts, the highest award given by the Cultural Center of the Philippines. She was also conferred of the Gusi Peace Prize in 2015.

Himala

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Aunor transformed herself into a serious actress and came to be regarded as an acting heavyweight, performing in films such as Tatlong taong walang Diyos (1976), Himala (1982), Bona (1980), The Flor Contemplacion Story (1995) and Thy Womb (2012) which gave her international and local awards and nominations.
Nora Aunor is best known for her performance in the film as the purported seer and healer Elsa.

Matet de Leon

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She and De León have one biological child: actor Ian de León (born 1975) and four adopted children Lotlot De Leon Matet de Leon, Kiko and Kenneth.
She is an adopted daughter of Christopher de Leon and Nora Aunor.

Centennial Honors for the Arts

In 1999, Aunor received the Centennial Honors for the Arts awarded by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).

FAMAS Award for Best Actress

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Aunor received 17 FAMAS Award nominations and was elevated to the "Hall of Fame" after winning five Best Actress Awards.

Ani ng Dangal

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She received the Ani ng Dangal Award (Harvest of Honors).

The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service

In 1983, Aunor was recognized as one of The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service (TOWNS) in the Field of the Arts.

Guy and Pip

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They are known as Guy and Pip to their fans.
Guy and Pip is an appellation or moniker used to call the very popular Philippine cinema "love team" of Nora Aunor and Tirso Cruz III whose work in film, television and recording made them the most popular Philippine show business love team of all time.

Christopher de Leon

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Aunor was married to actor Christopher de Leon on 25 January 1975, in a civil ceremony.
In the 4th quarter of 2011, he was part of the TV5 mini-TV series and political primetime drama Sa Ngalan ng Ina with estranged wife and protagonist in the series Award Winning Actress Nora Aunor.

Cinema of the Philippines

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She is known as Philippine cinema's "Superstar" and is regarded as the People's National Artist.
Fan movies and teen love team-ups emerged, showing Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos, along with Tirso Cruz III and Edgar Mortiz as their respective screen sweethearts.

1977 FAMAS Awards

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In 1978 FAMAS Awards, Aunor received another nomination for her movie "Bakya Mo Neneng," this is her six straight nomination from the academy.
A Nora Aunor film, Minsa'y isang gamu-gamo from Premiere Productions, was the most nominated with eight nominations and the most awarded with five wins including FAMAS Award for Best Picture and the Best Director for Lupita Aquino-Kashiwahara.

German Moreno

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Fiesta Extravaganza hosts Ike Lozada and German Moreno frequently invited her to guest on their radio program.
Aside from his hosting stints in two GMA shows, Moreno also hosted Superstar, a Sunday musical-variety show of Nora Aunor, co-hosted with Jograd dela Torre.

Fe, Esperanza, Caridad

She made "Fe, Esperanza, Caridad" (1974) another critically acclaimed movie which was directed by three different directors namely Cirio H. Santiago and two National Artists for film; Gerardo de Leon and Lamberto V. Avellana.
It is a trilogy featuring Nora Aunor giving life to the stories of three women: Fe—an emerging movie superstar who has an invalid husband—, Esperanza—a young wife living in a middle-class neighborhood in the city—and Caridad—a young novice who was seduced by the devil himself.

Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress

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She has won eight trophies from PMPC Star Awards for her work in television and movies, eight Metro Manila Film Festival, four Luna Awards, five Young Critics Circle Awards, a Cairo Film Festival award, an Asia Pacific Screen Awards, an Asian Film Awards, among others.

1978 Metro Manila Film Festival

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Later that year, her movie "Atsay" was the official entry to the 1978 Metro Manila Film Festival.
The movie also won for Nora Aunor the Best Performer Award, the first and only awardee of the category.

Raoul Aragon

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The same film won best director for Brocka, Best Actor for Raoul Aragon and Best Picture.
Aragon was the leading man of Nora Aunor in the movie Ina Ka Ng Anak Mo with Lolita Rodriguez, directed by Lino Brocka, which he played the husband of Nora Aunor.

Asian Film Award for Best Actress

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She has won eight trophies from PMPC Star Awards for her work in television and movies, eight Metro Manila Film Festival, four Luna Awards, five Young Critics Circle Awards, a Cairo Film Festival award, an Asia Pacific Screen Awards, an Asian Film Awards, among others.

1980 Metro Manila Film Festival

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Before 1980 ended, two of Aunor's film were part of the 1980 Metro Manila Film Festival as official entries.
had his first Panday film, the undisputed top grosser of the festival; Nora Aunor had two entries: Lino Brocka's Bona and Laurice Guillen's Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo; Vilma Santos came up with Danny Zialcita's Langis at Tubig; Amy Austria in Marilou Diaz-Abaya's Brutal.

1979 Metro Manila Film Festival

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Before the end of the decade, she made two more movies for the 1979 Metro Manila Film Festival, Kasal-Kasalan, Bahay-Bahayan and Ina ka ng Anak Mo.
Ina ka ng Anak Mo received three major awards including the Best Actor and Best Actress for Raul Aragon, and Lolita Rodriguez and Nora Aunor respectively.

7th Asian Film Awards

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and in the 7th Asian Film Awards (AFA) in Hong Kong (winner) for the movie Thy Womb.