In the Animation category, the winners were Milkyboy by Arnold Arre (first prize), Inay by Carl Joseph Papa (second Prize) and Ang Tala by Arlei Dormiendo (third prize).
Honorable Mention was given to Ang Lalong ni Kulakog by Omar Aguilar and Levanta by Glenn Oliva.
In the Experimental category, the winners are 50/50 by Mikey Red (first prize) and Gapas by Iar Lionel Arondaing (second prize) with two films, Ang Libingan ng mga Pantas ng Perya by Joyen Santos and Si Ginoong Supremo at ang Walang Hanggang Linya by Jeffrey Ortaliza tying for the third prize. Honorable mention was given to Bihag ni Lumang Juan
by Peter James Bacatan.
In the Documentary category, the winners are Magdalena by Anna Isabelle Matutina (first prize), Tortyur sa Ilalim ng Martial Law (second prize) with two films Daan Patungong Melancholia by Mike Esteves and Saka by Harold Calderon tying for the third prize. Honorable Mentions were given to Lundayan by Mikhail Kevin Pineda and Pwede Mo Ba Ako Turuan Ulit? by Patricia Angeli Damaso.
In the Short Feature category, first prize went to Kakosa by Milo Paz; first prize to Boda de Oro by Cynthia Paz and third prize to Ang Walay Kahumanang Adlaw by Glenmark Doromal and Punla by Kenneth Mandrilla. Honorable Mentions were given to Kawal by Edward “EJ” Salcedo, Deathsquad Dogs by Jose Maria Basa, and Sonder by Arianna Martinez.
The Ika-25 Gawad CCP Para Sa Alternatibong Pelikula at Video is the longest running indie film festival and competition in Asia. It promotes Filipino independent filmmaking by giving recognition to the year’s most outstanding film and video artists.
The competition features strictly independent works, including school-based works, and not produced for commercial screening in the four categories of Short Feature/Narrative, Experimental, Documentary and Animation. Winners are awarded cash prizes and certificates.
This year, the announcement for the winners of Gawad CCP Para sa Alternatibong Pelikula at Video was held on November 13 to 15.