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Miggs Cuaderno wins Best Actor at the LGBT Film Festival in Paris


Cuaderno poses with his talent discoverer and godfather, the veteran film director who created 'Bagets' in the 80s - Maryo J. Delos Reyes.

Cuaderno poses with his talent discoverer and godfather, the veteran film director who created ‘Bagets’ in the 80s – Maryo J. Delos Reyes.

Productions56 Incorporated and GMA Artist Center talent Miggs Cuaderno, also the star of Cinemalaya film entry for 2013 Cinemalaya Film Festival titled ‘Quick Change’ bagged the best actor award at the Lesbian Film Festival, Gay, Bi, Trans & +++ of Paris. The festival celebrates its 20th anniversary and was held from November 25 to December 2 in cinemas MK2 Bibliothèque, MK2 Beaubourg and in several rooms on the outskirts of Paris.

‘Quick Change’ is a film written and directed by Eduardo W. Roy Jr. It is about a life of Dorina, a middle-aged transsexual looking for his niche amidst the complexities of the world he is in. This is a story of suffering, acceptance and hope. Cuaderno plays the nephew of Dorina.

The team of LGBTIQ film festival More Paris offers a selection of the best of international production in the Competition section and reward feature films, feature documentaries, and short films.

Currently, Cuaderno is featured in GMA-7 show, a titled ‘Tropang Potchi’, winner of Silver World Medal from the New York Festivals Best Works for TV and Film. The said show is created for kids sponsored by Columbia International Food Products and is set in a modern milieu, the program aims to promote traditional Filipino values through comic narrative stories and exciting feature segments. Apart from this show, he gets to appear on some shows of the said Kapuso network.

Watch the trailer of ‘Quick Change’ here.

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