Sheron Dayoc, an alumnus of Sundance Institute, Asian Film Academy, and Next Masters Tokyo, honed his craft by directing documentaries including The Asian Pitch winner, A Weaver’s Tale (2009). His debut narrative feature Halaw (Ways of the Sea, 2009) won awards at Berlinale and Asia Pacific Screen Awards, and The Crescent Rising won the Best Documentary at Busan. Women of the Weeping River (2016) won the Best Picture, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actor at QCinema and won the Best Picture, Best Direction, Best Supporting Actress, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing at Gaward Urian Awards.

Accolades

Sheron Dayoc
APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2011

Sheron Dayoc

Ways of the Sea (Halaw)
APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2011

Sheron Dayoc

Ways of the Sea (Halaw)

Winner, APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2011 “For its seamless storytelling and documentary quality which evokes the uncertainty and desperation in a little-known story of a…

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Films

Ways of the Sea
2011

Ways of the Sea (Halaw)

Philippines
2011

Ways of the Sea (Halaw)

Winner, APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2011 “For its seamless storytelling and documentary quality which evokes the uncertainty and desperation in a little-known story of a…

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