‘Write About Love’ star Yeng Constantino is Metro Manila Film Festival 2019 Best Supporting Actress

Josephine Eusebio Constantino-Asuncion, 31, who is professionally known as Yeng Constantino,  was the Best Supporting Actress of the  Metro Manila Film Festival 2019 for her performance in “Write About Love.” It was the 45th edition of the annual Filipino film festival.

The MMFF 2019 Gabi ng Parangal (Awards Night) took place at the New Frontier Theater in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on December 27, 2019. Marco Gumabao and Bella Padilla served as hosts with Binibining Pilipinas Tourism 2013 Cindy Miranda as the backstage presenter.

Among the MMFF 2019 jury members were Vilma Santos-Recto, Jose Javier Reyes, Christopher de Leon, Belinda Enriquez, Corazon Bautista Cruz, Romeo Vitug, Dionisio “Nonong” Buencamino and Larry Faraon. Santos-Recto, Reyes, de Leon, Vitug and Buencamino were also among the Hall of Fame awardees.

“Culion” actress Meryl Soriano and “Sunod” actress Krystal Brimner were also nominated as Best Actress in a Supporting Actress but lost to Constantino. Aljur Abrenica and Allen Dizon presented the award but the “Write About Love” actress was not able to attend the awarding ceremony.


Crisanto B. Aquino directed “Write About Love,” which he co-wrote with Janyx Regalo. They won the Best Screenplay award at the MMFF 2019.

“Write About Love” was produced by TBA Studios. Among Constantino’s co-stars in the romantic movie are Enrico Raphael “Rocco” Quiogue Nacino, 32, Camille “Miles Ocampo” Hojilla, 22, and Joseph Emmanuel “Joem” Bascon, 33.

Nacino and Ocampo play scriptwriters in “Write About Love.” The characters are working on a script about a couple played by Bascon and Constantino.

For the role, Bascon won the award as the Best Actor in a Supporting Role. “Miracle in Cell No. 7” actor Soliman Cruz and “Sunod” actor JC Santos were also nominated in the category but lost to the “Write About Love” actor.

Directed by Brillante Mendoza, “Mindanao” won Best Picture. “Write About Love”and “Sunod” won the Second and Third Best Picture awards, respectively.

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