Nora Aunor is a Filipino screen legend, a talented singer with unprecedented record sales and a television host and actress. To date, she has appeared in almost 200 films, including the multi-award winning films Bona (1980), The Flor Contemplacion Story (1995) and Naglalayag (2009). In 1999, Aunor received the Centennial Honour for the Arts awarded by the Cultural Centre of the Philippines. Aunor was winner of the 2012 Asia Pacific Screen Award and Asian Film Award for Best Performance by an Actress for Brillante Ma. Mendoza’s Thy Womb (2012). The film Himala (1982) in which she starred, was awarded the CNN APSA Viewer’s Choice Award for Best Asia Pacific Film of all Time in 2008. In 2014 she has performed in five films: DementiaHustisyaPadre de FamiliaWhistleblower and Brillante Ma. Mendoza’s Taklub.

Accolades

Nora Aunor
Best Actress, 2012

Nora Aunor

Best Actress, 2012

Nora Aunor

Thy Womb (Sinapupunan)

Winner, Best Performance by an Actress, 2012 Nora Aunor is a Filipino screen legend. She’s also a hugely popular singer with unprecedented record sales, and…

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Nora Aunor
Best Actress, 2014

Nora Aunor

Best Actress, 2014

Nora Aunor

Justice (Hustisya)

Nora Aunor is a Filipino screen legend, a talented singer with unprecedented record sales and a television host and actress. To date, she has appeared…

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Films

Thy Womb
2012

Thy Womb (Sinapupunan)

Philippines
2012

Thy Womb (Sinapupunan)

Winner, Achievement in Directing, Best Performance by an Actress, 2012 Brillante Mendoza is regarded as a living treasure in the Philippines, having won Best Director…

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Justice
2014

Justice (Hustisya)

Philippines
2014

Justice (Hustisya)

Biring is a probinsyana from Bicol who becomes involved in the illegal world of human trafficking. She becomes the right-hand woman of her distant relative…

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